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Plenty of options for Fletcher

KC Rocktown has at least three players that have the ability and skill level to compete at the high-major level from the class of 2007. Rahmon Fletcher, the 5-foot-10, 155-pound point guard from Paseo High School in Kansas City, Mo., happens to be one of those players. Fletcher has attracted the attention of schools from all across the United States.
"Southern Illinois, Missouri State and Wichita State are the schools that have offered Rahmon," said KC Rocktown head coach Robin Lucas. "Purdue is another school that really likes him a lot. Rahmon has not taken any unofficial visits yet, but he plans to visit Missouri State and Southern Illinois.
"I don't know what schools he will officially visit, but I do know that Rahmon does definitely plan to take some official visits in the fall," he added. "I don't see him taking more than three visits, but that could certainly change."
As it stands right now, Fletcher is receiving a great deal of interest from Auburn, Cincinnati, Dayton, Georgetown, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, Ball State, Buffalo, San Diego, San Francisco and UMKC.
Because of his on the court abilities, it should come as no surprise that so many talented and elite programs are heavily interested in Fletcher.
"Rahmon is the type of player that has the skill to change the pace of the game," said Lucas. "He is so fast and crafty with the basketball. Rahmon can push the ball, can hit the midrange shot or can shot from outside.
"Rahmon is so fast with the basketball, but is also under control," he added. "He just has the ability to change the pace of the game."