Travel Tobacco Road
Duke, UNC Signees In High School Basketball Showdowns
When: February 11 & 12, 2011
Where: Cameron Indoor Stadium & Dean Smith Center
At Duke (2/11/11): Oak Hill (Va.) vs. Christ School (N.C.) â€” 7:30 p.m.
Benedictine (Va.) vs. Our Savior (N.Y.) â€” 9:00 p.m.
At UNC (2/12/11): Oak Hill (Va.) vs. Our Savior (N.Y.) â€” 6:00 p.m.
Norfolk Christian (Va.) vs. Hargrave Military Academy (Va.) â€” 8:00 p.m.
@ Duke – All Tickets $15.00 @ UNC – All Tickets $15.00
* Available at the door or online â€“ www.playbyplayclassics.com
Blue-Chip Prospects Square Off
At College Basketballâ€™s Most Hallowed Venues
On February 11 and 12, a group of the nationâ€™s very best high school basketball players will
showcase their skills on the home courts of Duke and North Carolina on back-to-back nights. The
immediate future of those two elite programs will be on display, with a combined five signed
recruits taking the court.
At Cameron Indoor Stadium, the nationâ€™s most storied high school program, Oak Hill, will match a
stable full of big-time players â€” including Duke signee Quinn Cook â€” against fellow Blue Devil
recruit Marshall Plumlee and Christ School. In the nightcap, Blue Devil signee Michael Gbinije
will bring his smooth versatility and suit up against tough New York foe Our Savior. Jevon
Thomas is a talented junior guard committed to St. John’s, and the Long Island club also boasts
emerging junior big man Chris Obekpa.
Shifting to the Dean Dome on Saturday, Oak Hill will tip it off against Our Savior. In the main
event of the evening, a pair of future Tar Heels will do battle. Both James McAdoo â€” son of
former Old Dominion star Ronnie McAdoo â€” and P.J. Hairston are expected to be McDonaldâ€™s
All-Americans, and will put their wares on display to the delight of the Tar Heel faithful and hoops
recruiting fans in attendance.
For more details, contact Jeremy Treatman – 215.668.1501 – www.playbyplayclassics.com