Justin Knox, a 6-foot-8 power forward out of Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Central High, recently camped at an…
HOOPS RECRUITING: Knox Has Two At The Top
(See Justin Knox profile) "He tore his patella tendon when he was a sophomore and we brought him along really slow," said Coach Robert Watson, entering his fifth season as Central's head basketball coach. "We didn't want to take a chance of re-injuring his knee so we made sure we took our time so that when he got back he was stronger than he's ever been." That meant being eased back into a full-time role during Central's 2005-06 season. It wasn't until the final third of the season that Knox was cut loose and allowed to play extended minutes. The injured knee is 100 percent now and stronger than it's ever been. He's added muscle on his long, lean frame, too. He's grown an inch and he's about 15 pounds heavier than he was back in January. The added muscle is most visible in his arms and chest but it's clear that he's got plenty of room to add more. "I think he's going to keep growing," said Watson. "I can see him at 6-11 or 7-0, maybe 240-250 pounds. He already has a very versatile...
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