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Date Posted: Monday, August 16, 09:59:13pm
Author: TMH
Subject: Can someone please help this confused old man?

Joel Wright, Air Jamaica, has to be the most confusing person I've read about.
Apparently he attended Thomas Jefferson HS through his junior year (23 pts,17 rbs). He committed to Fordham during that period of time. He later decommitted and then committed to Manhattan. In order to raise his grades, he transfered to Central Carolina Sports Academy. The YouTube video against Quality Education was in fact from Dec '09 but posted as 3/10 because apparently the program folded at mid year. He then transfered to Central Jersy Each One Teach One which from their website appears to be some kind of glorified AAU program. The Duquesne website however has Wright matriculating from New Brittain Academy.
Talk about the circuitous route.

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