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Jabari Parker

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Parker cuts his list to 5. Duke, Florida, BYU, Michigan State, and Stanford. Schools cut were Kentucky, Kansas, DePaul, Georgetown, Uconn, and unc.

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Would love to see him play at Duke but i have a feeling he will go to BYU. Just a feeling.

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Would love to see him play at Duke but i have a feeling he will go to BYU. Just a feeling.

Would be interesting to see him in Provo, but a lot of people seem to think it's a Duke/MSU race.

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Would be interesting to see him in Provo, but a lot of people seem to think it's a Duke/MSU race.

Its a gut feeling i have, Him being a devout mormon. IDK how he will take K cussin' his ass out from time to time lol. It happens.

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Jabari Parker favoring Duke after visit | (via @Clykinsblog) http://t.co/Bn9pymld Parker may commit in the Fall, won't sign till Spring.

11/2/12 9:59 AM

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Hope we sign him, because boy right now we suck!!!

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Add wiggins and parker to next years class and oh my lord!! Doubt K lands both, but if he does look out.

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Word is Parker's making a decision on the 20th. His dad seems to think it's Duke or Sparty

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It's always been Duke/MSU. Duke was the early favorite, and still the favorite to some. MSU should at least be considered equal however, with the distance and his dad's issue with flying factoring in. A year ago, I thought he would be at Duke. Last month, I was leaning towards MSU. Now, I'm back to cautious optimism in the favor of Duke.

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