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Rising Star Amari Lewis Shines Brightly On The Court

Amari Lewis, a 6’4″ combo guard in the class of 2026, is a standout player from Northern High School in Kalamazoo, Michigan. 

Playing AAU basketball for the WM Lakers 3SGB 16U, this young man has all the makings of a future star. 

His potential is enormous, and he should already be on the radar of top college programs.

Amari’s shooting ability is remarkable. 

He can drain shots from anywhere on the court, making him a constant threat that defenders must guard tightly. 

His offensive game doesn’t stop there; he can drive to the basket with confidence and finish strong, unafraid of contact. 

This aggressiveness, combined with his high basketball IQ, makes him a versatile player who can excel at both guard positions.

His ball-handling skills are superior, allowing him to navigate through defenses and create scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates. 

Amari is also incredibly coachable, demonstrating a powerful work ethic and a commitment to improving every day. 

His intelligence on the court and his ability to adapt make him a valuable asset to any team.

This is the type of player college programs dream of recruiting. 

By his senior year, Amari should be a highly sought-after prospect, with many top-notch colleges vying for his commitment.


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