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Morgan Park 2014 small forward Josh Cunningham is among the best prospects left in the state. The senior is an athletic wing with good size and versatility. Cunningham is active around the basket, quick to the glass, and finishes in transition. He made great strides in his perimeter game handling the ball and shooting it during the summer.
The top 10 prospect in the state visited Bradley unofficially over the weekend. The Braves have made the Mac Irvin Fire forward a major priority. He has built a close relationship with the Braves coaching staff led by Head Coach Geno Ford and his lead recruiter assistant coach Ronald “Chin” Coleman.
“My relationship with the coaching staff is real good. I feel like I got to know them well and they are real cool people.”
Cunningham has visited Bradley so many times he could give the tour. What stands out about their program to the forward?
“The players. How cool they are and I like the way they play. They are getting better and better each year.”
The Morgan Park star says the next step in the process will be cutting down his list. Right now all of the schools that have offered are still in the mix.