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Hawthorne QB Talks Recruiting

When it comes to two-sport stars, you don't find too many better than Hawthorne (Fla.) High School quarterback/ shooting guard Cornelius Ingram. Ingram, 6-4 and 195 pounds, wants to pursue both football and basketball at the next level. For now, he is concentrating on the sport of football but a day doesn't go by when basketball is not on his mind. "

"Oh no," Ingram said. "I shoot my jump shots everyday after practice. I have to because I can't lose it. I can't. There is too much riding on it and basketball means too much to me. I can't lose my game. Football practice ends for me around 6:30 and then it's off to the gym for jump shots. I will shoot from anywhere to an hour to two and a half to three and a half hours every day." Make no...

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