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Position: Guard Class: Freshman Height: 5'11" Weight: 170
Birthday: 9-18-62 Hometown: Covington Major: Arts and Sciences
Averaged 23.6 ppg.. 6.5 rpg. and 8.3 assists as a senior ... led Covington Holmes to the 1980 Kentucky State Tournament and
a 33-3 record . . . exceptional jumping ability . . . named to several prep All-America teams . . . played in Atlanta Classic and
Kentucky-Indiana All-Star games . . . four year letterman . . . scored a career high 50 points vs. Covington Holy Cross.
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