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Jordan McRae

When Bruce Pearl gained a commitment from Jordan McRae to Tennessee's Class of 2010 he not only picked up a four-star prospect, he got a three-position player with five-star potential and CAT 4 intensity.

A whirling dervish on the hardwood, Jordan McRae is a match-up mystery for opposing coaches to unravel as he can shoot from the perimeter, drive to the hoop, post up guards and fly up and down the floor in transition. As a sophomore McRae averaged 18 points, four rebounds, two assists, two blocks and four steals per game to help lead Liberty County to a 23-5 record. In his first season as a...

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