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Five-star in no rush

Five-star in no rush

When one is an early five-star, with offers from many of the national football powers before the summer of a junior season, the recruiting process can sometimes end as soon as it seemingly begins in today’s era. But it’s not the case, despite the same circumstances for 2016 five-star Keion Joyner. The No. 2 rising-junior in America will be thorough throughout the next two years.

Keion Joyner has had his name in the national spotlight for some time, helping guide Havelock (N.C.) High to consecutive Class 3A state championships and becoming one of America’s most coveted recruits by the time his sophomore season ended in the fall. Even with the accelerated pace most prospects would dive into with national champion programs on his trail for a commitment, this five-star... Recommended Stories

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