6-foot-4 guard Junior Lomomba is at a training camp for the Canadian national team, but he is still picking up offers and interest from various schools around the country.
The Madison (WI) Memorial High School student is another of the extremely talented young Canadians playing basketball in the United States, following in the recent footsteps of players like Syracuse forward Kris Joseph and incoming Texas freshmen Cory Joseph and Tristan Thompson.
A successful run this spring on the AAU circuit has only heightened the interest in the versatile backcourt performer who can play all three positions on the perimeter. That interest will no doubt continue into July as he runs with The Family on the AAU scene.
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