North Carolina recruit used to the attention
Kendall Marshall shouldn't be at the top. He should be a cautionary tale, the poster child for too much, too soon.
If the critics were right, Marshall would have quit basketball by now, burned out by the unreal expectations the star-making machine puts on hoop prodigies in the 21st century.
By the time Marshall was 12, he had accumulated a lifetime's worth of accolades. It all started when he was pegged as the nation's No. 1 fifth-grade basketball player ...
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