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Jaren Jackson was the best performer of day 2, leading La Lumiere past Findlay in #1 v. #2 battle. Jackson finished with a game-high 24 points and 17 boards, winning the matchup battle over the future Kentucky Wildcat, PJ Washington. Jackson will be playing his college ball at Michigan State next year but first, he would like to finish his high school career with a national title.
The young phenom helped guide La Lumiere to a victory over Findlay Prep to remain the #1 team in the country. While only a sophomore, Campbell is not a stranger to the big stage. He has already played inside of Madison Square Garden and has been featured in GQ magazine, but still he wants more.
Brian Bowen is one of the top players in the class of 2017. We caught up with the unorthodox shooting guard after he helped lead La Lumiere to a 6-54 win over Findlay Prep at the Cancer Research Classic in Wheeling, West Virginia. Bowen explains his versatile style of play and playing in a big game apart of the top high school team in the country.
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