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Duke recruit Semi Ojeleye erupts for 57 points

American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week



Semi Ojeleye scored 57 points in a big win over Paola (Kan.). / 247Sports

It's a good time to be a Duke basketball fan.

The Blue Devils are undefeated and ranked No. 1 in both major college basketball polls. Top high school basketball recruit Jabari Parker recently announced that he'll head to Durham next fall. And another recruit, Semi Ojeleye, scored 57 points in a game.

Ojeleye, a 6-foot-8 senior at Ottawa (Kan.), led the Cyclones to a 77-30 win over Paola (Kan.). Earlier this season, Ojeleye scored a career-high 58 points.

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For his effort, Ojeleye leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week list. The rest of this week’s top high school basketball performances (in alphabetical order):

Justin Coleman, Wenonah (Birmingham, Ala.)
G, 2014
The 5-foot-9 guard scored a career-high 56 points in a 90-89 double-overtime loss to Columbia (Decatur, Ga.). Coleman, who has offers from Arkansas, Alabama, Auburn and Georgia, among others, shot 15-of-28 from the field and an impressive 22-of-23 from the free throw line.

Emmanuel Mudiay, Prime Prep (Dallas)
G, 2014
Scored a game-high 18 points and was named MVP of the game after leading Prime Prep to a 59-46 win over then-No. 3 Huntington (W.Va.) Prep in the Cancer Research Classic.

Girls Basketball

Marly Anderson, Glencoe (Hillsboro, Ore.)
F, 2013
Scored a game-high 23 points to go along with 11 rebounds and four blocks -- in less than three quarters of action -- in a 68-27 win over Century (Ore.) on Friday.

Bianca Quisenberry, Tecumseh (New Carlisle, Ohio)
G, 2013
Eclipsed the 2,000 career points plateau after scoring 30 points with 13 rebounds and 10 steals in a 63-29 win over Northmont (Ohio).

Kaitlyn Read, Highland Park (University Park, Texas)
G, 2013
Totaled 40 points, 15 rebounds, 13 steals and 12 assists while leading Highland Park to wins over West Mesquite and Carrollton Creekview.

 

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