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His twin brother is also pretty talented and a D-I player but not at the same level as Cooper. If they want to go to school together, someone at the mid-major level will get a steal with him but if they go their separate ways, he will be able to go to any school in the country.
Honestly, if he stays on track and is still that level of recruit in 4 years, his brother can also go to any high-major school in the country...because that's probably a package deal most coaches will probably sign up for to get the one they want.
 

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Honestly, if he stays on track and is still that level of recruit in 4 years, his brother can also go to any high-major school in the country...because that's probably a package deal most coaches will probably sign up for to get the one they want.
Possibly. But that means the brother that isn't quite as good, Ace is his name, is going to have to accept being a role player and maybe seeing the court in times of blowout victories only. He currently is in his brother's shadow and will undoubtedly be there again for the next 4 years and would have to live in that shadow again another year or 2 in college. They are pretty close from what I have gathered, but that's an awful long time to be that "other" brother. But, who knows as things could change a great deal with Ace improving quite a bit and catching up to his brother Cooper or closing the divide. Cooper has PG skills at his 6'7 height and that really separates them.

Anyway, anything is possibly given they are still so young.
 
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