Toby Durham and Tyrone Bouie may not be Ray Ray Armstrong or Andre Debose; and that's OK with them. The two cousins from Seminole H.S. have been dubbed "Three the Hard Way" along with fellow teammate, Zachary Martin, as they have had to work hard to get out of the shadow left by Seminole's trio of blue-chip prospects from last year's state championship team (including Dyron Dye.)
So far, Durham and Bouie have accumulated a nice amount of offers from schools across the nation. They both have offers from Central Florida, Purdue, Minnesota, Colorado State and New Mexico, but one more came in today.
"Me and Toby got offered by East Carolina," Bouie told InsideKnights.com.
This is now the sixth school to have offered both players.
Bouie expressed that he was hoping to get more offers, similar to how his teammates did last year, and that he'd also like to play with Durham in the Under Armour game in Orlando after the season. While two-thirds of "Three the Hard Way" may not have reached the elite status of their former teammates yet, but they are well on their way.
What does that mean for the Knights? Keeping the duo close to home may not be easy, but it is doable.
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