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1976 may have been the deepest talent statewide ever


Manual, Denver East, Cherry Creek, Fairview, Pueblo East, Wheat Ridge, Arvada West, and Pomona all had at least one player at 6’-9” and most had two - which was incredible back then. There was a lot of D1 talent in the state that year - maybe the most ever.

(In response to this post by BuffsIn2020)

Posted: 06/30/2020 at 1:03PM



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It’s Lavon Williams Day for the Rocky Mountain Showdown -- BuffsIn2020 06/30/2020 12:24AM
  When and who was he? ** -- Ram Master 06/30/2020 8:02PM
  He played way after you. 96-98 ** -- ram-o-litous 06/30/2020 8:15PM
  I actually played at Western Nebraska 89-90 ** -- Ram Master 06/30/2020 8:23PM
  He did, was a couple years after me ** -- Ram Master 06/30/2020 8:40PM
  Cool atmosphere especially for JUCO in that gym.. ** -- ram-o-litous 06/30/2020 8:44PM
  Oh yeah -- BuffsIn2020 06/30/2020 1:27PM
  One more from that class: 6'6 -- CommandZ 06/30/2020 7:32PM
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