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Random Athlete Of The Day- Frankie King

Point guard Frankie King was born in Baxley, Goergia, the same city that number one MLB prospect Byron Buxton is from. King played at Appling County High School before he attended Brunswick College where he earned Georgia Junior College Player of the Year honors. After establishing himself as dangerous scoring threat he went on to star at Western Carolina University. At WCU, King led the conference in scori ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Brock Berlin

In honor of the Miami Hurricanes’ upset of #12 (AP) Florida on September 7th, we look to the quarterback who was the last Hurricane QB to beat UF in Miami. In 2002, Brock Berlin had just transferred from the University of Florida to the University of Miami and sat on the sidelines due to the NCAA-required one-year of ineligibility while Miami lost a national title in Arizona. The next year would be Berlin’s ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Jahidi White

Jahidi White, which you think would be spelled "Jahadi" based on pronunciation, is from St. Louis, Missouri. The strong power forward/center attended Cardinal Ritter College Prep, which has produced “random” NBA players such as Loren Woods and Chris Carrawell. White then went to Georgetown where he played on teams with Allen Iverson and Othello Harrington. White’s best year came in his senior season where h ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Harold Miner

Harold Miner is known as one of the best dunkers of the 1990’s; his reputation even earned him the nickname “Baby Jordan.” Miner’s story starts in Inglewood, California where he attended Inglewood High School before becoming an immediate star at the University of Southern California. In his freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons he averaged 20.6 PPG, 23.5 PPG, and 26.3 PPG respectively. The Sports Illustra ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Paul Hornung

The extremely athletic Paul Hornung, born in Louisville, Kentucky, lettered all four years in football, basketball and baseball at Flaget High School. Hornung really wouldn't be random at all if you were a football fan throughout the 50's, 60's, and 70's, but if you were born 40 years later, the name might not ring any sort of bell. [caption id="attachment_15312" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credi ...

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Random Athlete of the Day- Grayson Boucher AKA The Professor

I don’t think I need to fact check this, but nobody from Keizer, Oregon has or has had better handles than Streetball legend Grayson Boucher AKA The Professor. Before joining the AND1 Mixtape Tour, Boucher played at Salem Academy High School and then at Chemeketa Community College. At the time the AND1 Mixtape Tour was featuring street stars such as Skip 2 My Lou, Flash, Black Widow,  AO, and Escalade as th ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Kenny Satterfield

Kenny Satterfield, also known as “Serious Satellite,” was born and raised New York City, New York. He attended the well-known Rice High School in Harlem, an alumni base which includes Felipe Lopez, Edgar Sosa, Kemba Walker and Durand Scott.  The exciting point guard developed into a McDonald’s All-American and committed to Cincinnati. [caption id="attachment_15169" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Cre ...

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