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By LARRY VAUGHT
BENTON — Huntington Prep sophomore forward Miles Bridges, who had seven points and seven rebounds against Atlanta Sports Academy, is the nation’s 18th ranked prospect in the 2016 recruiting class. He’s from Flint, Mich., and says he already has scholarship offers from Michigan State, Providence and Iowa State
He said Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana and Ohio State are all showing a “lot of interest” but have yet to offer scholarships.
The 6-7 Bridges grew up a Michigan State fan, but made it clear he likes Kentucky, too.
“Kentucky is a dream school, too,” he said Saturday. “Just growing up and watching every good player come from there.”
Bridges said he’s been in contact with Antigua and was happy to know Calipari was coming to watch his game Saturday night.
“I can’t let it bother the way I play, but it’s nice to know he’s coming,” Bridges said.