“I was communicative, I was being loud and talking the whole time with my team. I think it was just a matter of me being vocal and just winning over my teammates. We went 0-3 the first day, then we went 2-1 the second day. The last two days, we went 3-0 and won it.” Magwood possesses significant elevation on his shot and has opened up a wide ranging arsenal which includes step-backs, transition 3-pointers, and vertically explosive, ambidextrous finishing. He was quick to cite play-making as his bedrock asset as a player. Louisville, which looks to revitalize the program following a downtrodden, dungeon dwelling 2022-23 season, has expressed interest in Magwood. The Cardinals recently secured a commitment from electrifying, 6-foot Brooklyn-bred point guard Ty-Laur Johnson, a Class of 2023 recruit who re-opened his recruitment after de-committing from Memphis. Magwood will visit the campus, which is five minutes from his home, for a workout on Tuesday. Magwood has developed a relationship with Louisville assistant coach Nolan Smith, the former Duke guard. Smith, like Magwood, is from Louisville originally and also played at Oak Hill Academy. Magwood is looking to set up visits to Illinois and Indiana as well.
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