#1 Jeameril Wilson

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  • #32368

    LU15
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    6’5 Forward Chicago, Postgrad at Woodstock Academy(CT). Anyone see video of him?

    #32369

    lehigh90
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    2 Star. His offer list pretty pedestrian.

    IUPUI
    W Texas A&M
    Lewis
    Winona St
    Minnesota St
    St Cloud St
    Bucknell

    Looking for video

    #32370

    lehigh90
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    #32371

    lehigh90
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    6’7″ according to the Twitter

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    lehigh90
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    #32374

    lehigh90
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    https://www.prephoops.com/2016/12/recruting-report-jeameril-wilson-2017/

    List him a D2, and low D1

    2017 grad of Niles Notre Dame, Niles, IL
    High school that produced one NBA player, Jim Les, and one good baseball player, Greg Luzinski.

    PG year at Woodstock Academy

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    TMH
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    Jeameril Wilson (Gray Elementary) will play at Woodstock Academy in Woodstock, Connecticut. While at NDCP, Wilson played guard. He was a Team Captain, All Conference 1st Team ESCC, and the Team’s Co-Most Valuable Player. He averaged 14.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, three assists, and one steal per game. Wilson received an Illinois High School Association Scholastic Achievement Award, NDCP’s Faith, Scholarship, and Service Award and an Ambassador of the Year Award.

    “We are very proud of Jeameril and all that he accomplished during his four years at Notre Dame College Prep both in the classroom and on the basketball court. Jeameril was an outstanding team captain, a three-year varsity starter, and worked tirelessly to achieve much success at ND in every capacity. Jeameril led the Dons in rebounding as a senior and was a defensive catalyst each night as a senior. He was a big part of three Regional Championships, a Sectional Championship, an ESCC Championship, and an appearance in the Elite 8 in Class 4A Basketball. He has an extremely bright future ahead of him and we wish him the best of luck at Woodstock Academy, a highly regarded prep school, where he will work towards his goal of playing Division I basketball,” said Boyle.

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    lehigh90
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    Seems like he might be more of a glue guy. Rebound, defend, and play tough. Probably not a big scorer in college, but sounds like a worker and a tough player.

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