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Shakur's AAU Coach Sheds Light on PG's Recruitment

Shakur will decide very soon

A lot of AAU coaches get a bad rap. Most are perceived to be in it for themselves or seeking to better their own lives while putting the best interest of their kids on the backburner. Hunting Park (PA) Warriors coach Greg Wright is one of the pleasant exceptions.

Greg Wright has known Mustafa Shakur since the nation's top point guard prospect was a skinny nine-year-old kid trying to play ball with the older boys of the neighborhood. In this day and age of AAU coaches conveniently fielding offers from major colleges to become assistant coaches (should their star player be included in the package deal, of course), Wright has no such delusions of moving on...

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