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7-Foot-1 Eighth Grader Connor Vanover Can Hoop

This kid's potential is limitless. Meet 7-foot-1 eighth grader Connor Vanover from Little Rock, Ark. Vanover doesn't graduate from high school until 2018, but I have a feeling we'll be hearing about him for years to come. Check out his highlight reel that includes shot-blocking and draining threes. Remember folks: eighth grader...

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junior - 13 months ago
With 17% of 7 foot Americans in the NBA, at 13 years old, this kids has great chance to make it (75%?)
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Beats2Geaux - 13 months ago
Shawn Bradley with a jumper
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Tiger Vision - 13 months ago
Rik Smits....LOL.

Meh, he's playing against people half his height.
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LSU 318 LSU - 13 months ago
Dude needs to get on the Krispy Kreme diet
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JBearden - 13 months ago
Nice stroke and good hands but he cant move ....maybe hell develop enough over the next four years .
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EddieHewitt - 13 months ago
He will reach a point that all the other kids will match and/or surpass his talent and he will not be as good as you would expect. Remember, he is in the 8th grade.
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Voorhies7 - 13 months ago
Dunkin Ductchman
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whoisnickdoobs - 13 months ago
Meh +1
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Chadaristic - 13 months ago
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