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Pauls, who has done a tremendous job in boosting exposure to all levels of high school/AAU players in the New Jersey area, is hoping for a good turnout.
By having several low to high level type of players at this event and with such underclassmen talent like Fanning aboard, it's likely he'll have a sizable number of coaches in attendance.
Pauls was very happy about Fanning's progress last season as a freshman at Trenton Central. Down the road, Pauls believes Fanning will attract some decent division one interest in his skills.
Fanning is a player who does a nice job on the boards. He can go get the ball off the offensive glass too, making him a very valuable asset to any basketball team.
"He is learning how to play the game the right way," said Pauls.
Fanning has three more years to boost his individual game. "He works hard," said Pauls. "He has time to put it together."