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Montreal’s Class 2018 Guard Luguentz Dort is coming!

La belle province continues to produce top talent. On the ‘ I Got Next’ list is Luguentz Dort, a 2018 prospect out of Montreal. We first spotted back in 2014 at the 2014 Canada Basketball U-15 National championships as he bullied the competition and jumped on the National radar leading team Quebec to a second-place finish and first-team all-star. Now at Arlington Country Day (ACD) in Jacksonville, Florida Dort is still bulling the competition and looks ready for the next level.

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