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Ben Hansen
03-25-2004, 03:27 PM
<table border=2><tr><td><img src="http://vmedia.rivals.com/uploads/974/148422.jpg "> <TD><B>Mustafa Shakur</B><BR>6-4, 188 PG<BR>Sophomore<BR>Philadelphia (Pa.) Friends Central<TD>9.4 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 4.5 apg, .519 FG%, .803 FT%, .396 3pt%<P><B>Rodney Tention on Shakur:</B><BR>” Improving his defense is the number one thing he has to do. It’s going to get better because he’ll get stronger and he’ll be able to keep people in front of him and he also has to do a better job of keeping guys from beating him off the dribble. Changing his shot isn’t something we need to do because he shot a great percentage this year. I don’t know what changing we’re going to do besides maybe some minor ones. And he also has to continue to be a good defensive rebounder because if he gets a rebound he can start the break pretty fast. I think he’ll have a better understanding of how we’re going to play and how far he can go with his dribble penetration. He needs to get his (shooting) range extend a little bit but he’s not going to come out looking to shoot eight 3’s per game next year.”<tr>

<td><img src="http://www.arizona.rivals.com/IMAGES/PROSPECT/PHOTO/AL-JEFFERSON3.GIF"> <TD><B>Al Jefferson</B><BR>6-8, 255 F/C<BR>Prentiss (Miss.) HS<BR><B>ARKANSAS</B><TD>39.1 ppg for 11-6 team that is NOT ranked…Has had games of 57 and 50 points already…Season-low is 29 points in first game of the year.<tr>

<td><img src="http://vmedia.rivals.com/images/PROSPECT/PHOTO/SLIVINGSTON150.JPG"> <TD><B>Shaun Livingston</B><BR>6-7, 175 PG<BR>Peoria (Ill.) Central<BR><B>DUKE</B><TD>18.2 ppg, 6.0 apg, 5.7 rpg for 15-1 team that is ranked No. 1 in the state of Illinois and <B>No. 5 nationally by USA Today</B>…Led team to state title last year after transferring from Richwood HS.<tr>

<td><img src="http://vmedia.rivals.com/images/PROSPECT/PHOTO/MALIK-HAIRSTON150.JPG"> <TD><B>Malik Hairston</B><BR>6-5, 185 MG<BR>Detroit (Mich.) Renaissance <BR><B>OPEN</B><TD>17.4 ppg on a team that is 11-0, ranked No. 1 in the state of Michigan and <B>No. 3 nationally by USA Today</B>…Still considering where to attend college. <tr></table>
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