SPRINGDALE, Md. -- DuVal wing A.J. Wilson can do it all, and he's fully confident in his abilities. In fact, the 6-foot-6, 180-pound 2016 recruit compares his game to Kevin Durant, and believes he can stroke it from anywhere.
Wilson showed out at the DMVElite Tip-off Classic at Flowers High School, scoring 22 points in a loss to powerhouse DeMatha, proving why he holds an early offer from Penn State and is receiving significant interest from a number of major programs, including Maryland. Check out what he had to say in the video below.
Wilson an Emerging Wing Recruit
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