Decisions On Hold For OLSM's Dion Sims
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Toledo, OH.- Some high school prospects have basketball as their primary focus and others have football. Then if, they're talented enough to draw the offers then they have choices and that's not an easy decision.
Well, what if the player is talented in both sports, then that would mean double the decisions and a lot of focus when these two sports are in season.
The State of Michigan has such a player in 6-foot-5 230 pound Dion Sims, a wide receiver and a wing guard. He plays A.A.U. basketball for the R.E.A.C.H. Legends and both sports for his high school Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep.
Read more about Sims and his impending decision in the HOOPS INSIGHT MESSAGE BOARD where T.J. Kelley's content can be found exclusively on GSN.
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