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Robert Cartwright Talks Stanford
Follow @TheBootleg After an impressive spring and summer on the AAU circuit playing for Los Angeles Rockfish, 6-foot-3 Robert Cartwright has emerged as one of the top point guard prospects on the West Coast in 2014. A consummate floor general, the senior-to-be at La Cañada's Flintridge Prep boasts the complete package for a lead guard. "He's an extreme competitor with elite intangibles with his drive to be successful and approach to every game he plays in. He's a pretty good shooter off the dribble from both midrange and three and is an unselfish player with strong vision and creating ability," says Scout.com's West Coast Recruiting Analyst Josh Gershon. Combine that with what Gershon describes as "terrific" lateral movement and hence "elite" defensive ability, and it's no wonder why both scouts and college coaching staffs alike have taken notice. In the few weeks that comprise the spring and summer evaluation periods, Cartwright has risen to no. 72 in the Scout.com Top 10...
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