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Learning from Big Brothers

Learning from Big Brothers

After watching his big brothers go through the recruiting process, Rice Lake (WI) four-star junior center Henry Ellenson is well prepared for the recruiting process.

While being the youngest child with a couple of older brothers isn't always the easiest situation to grow up in, Henry Ellenson calls being the youngest in his basketball family a blessing instead of a burden. After all, he watched his oldest brother, Wally, get recruited to Minnesota (where he'll be a sophomore this season) and second-older brother, Ellwood, commit to Bemidji State in the 201...

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