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Tyus Jones, Rashad Vaughn, and the class of 2014

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We're still a ways from the 2013-14 basketball year, but for top recruits the season never ends.

Myron Medcalf, formerly of the Star Tribune and now ESPN, profiles Tyus Jones, a top three recruit in the nation according to multiple scouting services.

Jones, Rashad Vaughn (#6 in the Rivals 150), Reid Travis (#41 in the Rivals 150), and the other top recruits were at the inaugural Clash of the Classes this past weekend at Augsburg College in Minneapolis. It teamed the best 11 players in the state of the 2014 and 2015 against each other, and did the same with the 2016 and 2017 classes in the first game of the night.

The athleticism was on display, and Vaughn brought the house down with these:

Needless to say, this is a talented group. Travis led game two in scoring with some impressive early game action, and Jones showed excellent court vision, dishing out seven assists.

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