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From Novi Sad to the small Quaker school, the sharp-shooting swingman has made his way onto the recruiting radar.

"Cornell felt right," said Knapp, who will be the second Jewish Day basketball player to play for the Big Red.

A look at the local boys' basketball recruits that saw their stock rise the most during the offseason and who might be future Division I prospects from the Washington area.

After a standout freshman season, Bligen is ready to take on a larger role in the Lions back court.

The All-Met guard returned to where it all started at River Falls park and made the call to Tigers Coach Courtney Banghart.

The rising senior aims to improve his off-the-ball game as opponents focus on limiting his scoring.

The strong shot blocker and rebounder was selected as the No. 37 overall pick in Thursday's draft.

Strong shot-blocker and rebounder is projected to be a high second-round pick in Thursday's draft.

Two years ago, IDEA's Kierell Green had never played organized basketball and couldn't dunk. On Tuesday, the 6-foot-6 late bloomer will head to Niagara on a Division I scholarship.

Relive some of the best championships, comebacks and shining moments from the sports year that was in the D.C. metro area.

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