Found January 17, 2012 on Louisville Card Game:
To the down and out.There is a Wayne Blackshear in the wings. He’ll be in a University of Louisville uniform soon, mending, practicing, he’s on his way. A natural, a player who can create his own shots, a three-point shooter, a mid-range shooter, a rim-rattling dunker, the complete package. Averaged 14 rebounds per game as a senior in high school.Wayne BlackshearHe’ll take pressure off of Kyle Kuric, allowing Kyle to do what he does best from the corner, ease the load on Russ and Chris Smith, permitting them to become role players (if that’s possible with Russ). Peyton Siva will have a go-to guy for a change, making his decision making easier. He will motivate Kevin Ware as well, speeding his acclimation process.And he was recruited by Rick Pitino.Averaged 32.6 points, 14.6 rebounds, 5.6 assists and 3.7 steals as a senior to lead Morgan Park to a 20-7 record and the 3-A sectional finals, beating defending 3A state champions Hillcrest in the semifinals.2011 McDonald’s and Parade Maga...
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