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Crump shows shooters touch this season

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When it comes to shooting the ball and possessing good size on the wing, Givon Crump of Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H. is one to watch this spring.
The three-star prospect finished his first year with Brewster, winner's of the prep school championship this month, as a contributor on the wing. Head coach Jason Smith said Crump showed off his strengths this year.
"He can really, really shoot it. He's got to improve his lateral quickness to really cover a wing at the next level," Smith said. "He has a great body and size for a wing. He's all of 6-6."
Crump had his high moments this season, scoring 23 points against a loaded Patterson team and he played well at the Hoop Hall Classic in Springfield, Mass.
"He has all of the tools to be a high-level prospect," Smith said. "With those long and athletic wings, [Crump] will have to improve his lateral quickness and do a better job of keeping guys in front of him. But he was our best perimeter shooter. He can really stroke it. He's a high-major shooter and a specialist at that level."
Wake Forest has been in three times to see Crump this year, Smith says, while Rutgers and George Washington have stood on the sidelines multiple times to get a look at the Washington D.C. area native.
Iowa State, Providence and Rhode Island have offered a scholarship while UNLV and SMU are interested, too.
Crump will likely return to the Arizona Magic AAU team this spring and summer.
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