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    Dahmir Bishop commits

    I realize it has already been posted in another thread that Dahmir has verbally committed, but I thought he also deserved his own thread here like the other commits.

    Welcome to the X family Mr. Bishop! Nice to have you onboard.
    Last edited by IM4X; 09-18-2018 at 02:24 PM.

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    Supporting Member xudash's Avatar
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    Welcome aboard Dahmir.

    Be a part of making and sustaining the final 2%.
    X A V I E R

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    We like 6'5" guards.

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    We also like being the BE regular season champs.

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    "The only time you take your hands off an opponent's throat is to get a better grip" - Byron Larkin

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoscox View Post
    Sounds like he is serious about taking his game to the next level. Thanks for posting scoscox!

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    He is a philly player, that league is tough. Look at Gillespie, his team won the league.


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    What I’ve enjoyed from both, Freemantle and Bishop is their excitement in our program. Both mentioned X was a no brainer after O visit. Tells you a lot about how far we’ve come and the quality of our coaching staff/facilities!

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    I like that he has been a part of a championship program. You can't teach championship culture

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixFig View Post
    I like that he has been a part of a championship program. You can't teach championship culture
    This is true, some people are just born winners, they will their teams to victories, we've seen that over the years at X with some of our guys, the good thing is that attitude to how to approach each day can rub off on guys, if you have guys working hard, the rest follow suit.

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