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my taste in music is pretty much a little of everything. I love great conversation,you'll find all the keys to locked doors by listening to someone open up their mind.

i'd like to date someone that lives near me, that i'd be able to see often and go on dates with. I like to explore true origin, animalistic instinct within a person, that is the most intimate,true version of one's self. I'm a Happy, hopeless romantic and I genuinely care about people.. I live in Caro, which is about 30 miles east of Saginaw.

Robert “Tractor” Traylor, Murray-Wright, University of Michigan The 6-foot-9, 300-pound Traylor averaged 23 points, 15 rebounds, and shot an astounding 65-percent from the field his senior season.

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Jason Whitens, Powers North Central, Western Michigan University; 4th Greg Elliott, East English Village, Marquette; 5th Amauri Hardy, North Farmington, UNLV; 6th Jamal Cain, Detroit Cornerstone, Marquette) Cassius Winston, University of Detroit Jesuit, Michigan State University (2nd Austin Davis, Onstead Community, University of Michigan; 3rd Spencer Littleson, Rochester Adams, Duquesne/Toledo; Corey Allen, Ypsilanti, University of Detroit Mercy; Karmari Newman, East English Village, George Mason/Oakland) Deshaun Thrower, Muskegon, Stony Brook/Ferris State (2nd Justin Tillman, Pershing, Virginia Commonwealth University; 3rd Jaylen Johnson, Ypsilanti, Louisville; 4th Edward Sumner, Detroit Country Day, Xavier (OH); 5th Darrell Davis, Frederick Douglass, Dayton) Monte Morris, Flint Beecher, Iowa State University (2nd Derrick Walton, Jr., Harper Woods Chandler Park Academy, University of Michigan; 3rd James Young, Rochester, Kentucky; 4th Kahlil “Kay” Felder, Pershing, Oakland University (MI); Dontel Highsmith, Dowagiac, Northern Illinois/Cleveland State) Matt Costello, Bay City Western, Michigan State University (2nd Denzel Valentine, Lansing Sexton, Michigan State University; 3rd John Simons, Cadillac, Central Michigan University; 4th Connor Tava, Warren De La Salle, Western Michigan University/Boston College; 5th Lloyd Neely, Crockett, Oakland University (MI)/Saginaw Valley State University) Dwaun Anderson, Suttons Bay, Michigan State University/Wagner (NY) (2nd La Dontae Henton, Lansing Eastern, Providence; 3rd Amir Williams, Detroit Country Day, Ohio State University; 4th Carlton Brundidge, Southfield, University of Michigan/University of Detroit Mercy; Brandan Kearney, Southeastern, Michigan State University/Arizona State University/University of Detroit Mercy) Keith Appling, Pershing, Michigan State University The 6-foot-2 Appling, who averaged 28 points, six rebounds, five assists, and three steals and led Pershing to a second-straight PSL and Operation Friendship title this year, became the fourth Doughboy to win the honor of Mr. Previous winners were Appling’s future MSU teammate Derrick Nix (2009), Winfred Walton (1996) and Willie Mitchell (1994). He’s a killer on the court and a gentleman off the court.” Appling made his case for this year’s award during the 2009 Class A state championship game against Kalamazoo Central when he broke Antoine Joubert‘s (Southwestern/Mr.

“He’s a humble kid and totally unselfish,” Pershing coach A. Basketball 1983) record with 49 points during the Doughboys’, 90-73, victory.

Along the way he became the first Class A player to score over 2,000 points in his career.

Joubert finished with 2,208 career points, still good for 11th all-time in state history.

He put an exclamation mark on his prep career during the 1989 final when he scored 27 points on 10-of-13 shooting and dished out eight assists in the 85-73 victory over the Prospectors.

Demetreus Gore, Chadsey, University of Pittsburgh The 6-foot-5 Gore scored 34 points per game his senior year and led the PSL in scoring for the second consecutive season (he averaged 32 points as a junior).

Gore went out with a bang too, scoring 55 points in his final PSL game against Southeastern.

“Demetreus is one of the greatest scorers in the history of the PSL,” then University of Detroit coach Don Sicko told the Antoine “Judge” Joubert, Southwestern, University of Michigan The 6-foot-5 Joubert averaged 31.9 points, 14 rebounds, and seven assists his senior year and was easily one of the most decorated PSL players in state history.

I love life, still have some love to share with a special man. I am a person who is very real when it comes to life and its' issues.

Like to travel when cold in Michigan Like Fishing and hunting Music is great but no voice and low volume A drink with dinner is nice but not always needed Enjoy out doors when not to hot I am around 200 lbs Looking for The main reason of my being on the site is the wish to end my loneliness and searching for my soulmate.

I'm not that athletic, but I can promise you that I can write you one wicked of a love letter/poem.

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