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Actions speak for McRae

Actions speak for McRae

Jordan McRae had nothing to say following his debut in the Rocky Top Summer Basketball League but that was OK. His performance said plenty ... and so did his Tennessee teammates.

McRae, a Hinesville (Ga.) product rated America's No. 9 shooting-guard prospect by Scout last winter, certainly came out shooting Tuesday night at Knoxville's Bearden High gym. The 6-5, 185-pound Vol signee hit 12 of 29 floor shots en route to a team-high 27 points in leading DeRoyal to a 115-104 defeat of Richardson Construction. Jordan McRae was mediocre from behind the 3-point line and awful...

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