Aug 9, 2014, 12:45 PM EST
Antonio Blakeney is one of the better in-game dunkers in high school basketball and the five-star guard will be bringing that ability to college basketball after one more season in high school.
The No. 16 overall player in the class, according to Rivals, is one of the premier shooting guards in the class and the 6-foot-3 native of Florida has already put down some big dunks this spring.
Blakeney is currently down to seven schools as he considers Florida State, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Missouri, Oregon and USC.
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