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Published: Thursday, May 23, 2019 @ 11:57 AM
DAYTON — Add another name to the growing list of players in the 2020 class the Dayton Flyers are recruiting: Kam Farris, a 6-foot-3 point guard from Tabor Academy in Marion, Mass.
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Dayton and Murray State offered Farris a scholarship on Wednesday, according to WrightWay Skills, his AAU team.
Farris is a three-star prospect, according to Rivals.com. He has offers from Fairfield, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Canisius, Boston University, Old Dominion and East Carolina, he told HoopGroup.com earlier this month.
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Farris attended Rice Memorial High School in South Burlington, Vermont, until his senior year. He was named Vermont’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior when he averaged 22.7 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists a game. He was originally in the 2019 class but switched to the 2020 class when he moved to Tabor.
“Kam Farris is the best pure basketball player in the state,” South Burlington coach Sol Bayer-Pacht said in a press release in 2018. “You have to guard him 28 feet from the hoop and he hits shots that you simply can’t stop. He can get to the rim and finish and he has tremendous touch.”
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Dayton has two scholarships open in 2019 after Jordan Davis and Frankie Policelli decided to transfer and will have two opening in 2020 with Trey Landers and Ryan Mikesell playing their final seasons.
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Kam Farris shines at the Southern Jam Fest - Q&A with HG Insider— Hoop Group (@TheHoopGroup) May 18, 2019
"I like to have fun and I like to get everyone involved. I feel like there is a lot of energy when I’m out there.”
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