Found March 08, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
The car idles near the main liquor store in Fuquan Edwin's old neighborhood, and the 22-year-old senior at Seton Hall University steps out from the passenger side and into the cold. Edwin is just now wrapping up his final months at college. His university is only a dozen miles down the Garden State Parkway from here, the place where the Alabama Projects once stood. But in Edwin's mind, the university where he's made his mark -- a star basketball player at a once-great and now-resurgent basketball school, one of the finest perimeter defenders in all of college basketball, a much-improved scorer, and perhaps the most unlikely of all, a soon-to-be college graduate -- might as well be another planet. Because here, in the 14-building housing project near Alabama Avenue that used to be home to thousands of people in Section 8 housing, people rarely made it out. That's just not how things went in the roughest part of one of the roughest towns in America. Edwin doesn'...
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