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Mitchell High School’s Lawrence Watt is averaging 21 points and 6.4 rebounds.DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times (2012)

Mitchell High basketball recruit feels early bond with Saint Leo

Sometimes high school athletes agonize over where to play in college. And sometimes, it's a pretty easy choice. Mitchell High School's Lawrence Watt falls into the latter category. "When I went through my official visit (at Saint Leo University), they really made me feel like family," said Watt, a senior basketball …


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