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Another one of North Carolina’s best high school basketball players is heading out of state

Another one of North Carolina’s best high school basketball players is heading out of state

North Mecklenburg High boys basketball star Jeremy Gregory is leaving North Carolina for his senior year of high school.

Gregory, a 6-foot-8 power forward, will play for national power Oak Hill in Virginia.

Gregory continues a line of top N.C. players in recent years to leave the state. At Oak Hill, for example, Gregory will play with former HIckory Grove star Caleb Foster, a 5-star recruit who recently picked up an offer from Duke.

Before the most recent school year, Foster left North Carolina along with three other top 50 national recruits: Jaden Bradley left Cannon School for Florida’s IMG Academy; Jalen Hood Schifino left Combine Academy for Montverde (Fla.) Academy; and MJ Rice left Durham Academy for Oak Hill.

So far this summer, two other national recruits have left the state. Trey Green left Lake Norman Christian and will attend Link (MO) Academy; Aiden Holloway left Covenant Day for La Lumiere (IND).

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