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N.C. State's Hodge ponders turning pro

North Carolina State coach Herb Sendek said he won't attempt to tell Julius Hodge what to do. Still, Sendek said he expects Hodge's decision regarding possible early entry into the NBA to be a team decision. That team is Hodge's family. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 4/13:</b></small><li><a href="" target=blank><b>Skywalker: The David Thompson Story</b></a>

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Among those who could benefit by waiting a year... Julius Hodge, junior, guard, N.C. State. Hodge was the ACC's best player this season, but he's thin (6-6, 191) and lacks a defined position. Is he a point or a wing? - TSN's Mike DeCourcy 4/6/2004

N.C. State's Hodge ponders turning pro
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"Last Thursday, sitting with Rivers in the quarterback meeting room of the pristine N.C. State football facility, I watched a couple of 2003 games on tape -- overtime losses at Ohio State and at Florida State. And I came away thinking: This guy's going to be a really good pro." -'s Peter King - 4/13/2004

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N.C. State's Hodge ponders turning pro
Freedom News Service
"It will involve not only Julius, but his family," Sendek said. Sendek said he knows that the professional route could be Hodge's choice as he considers options this spring. The 6-foot-7 swingman has one year of college eligibility remaining. Wolfpack fans are waiting to see what the reigning Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year decides to do. After the team's elimination from the NCAA Tournament last month, Hodge said he wasn't interested in questions regarding next season. Read More

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