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Namon Wright

Namon Wright entered his junior season as the West Coast's top 2014 shooting guard prospect. The way he's played to start the year, that standing has only been solidified.

A player that has shown significant and consistent process over the past two years is 6-foot-4, 185-pound Los Angeles Pacific Hills shooting guard Namon Wright. Here's a recent evaluation of the 2014 shooting guard: Every time you see Wright, he gets a little better. On Wednesday against Loyola, he continued that trend, almost leading Pacific Hills to a huge upset win in the process. The...

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