How College of Charleston Landed Top Recruit

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The most unlikely recruiting coup of Bobby Cremins' 38-year coaching career began with a phone call from a stranger. 

A man called the College of Charleston basketball office in spring 2009 and asked Cremins to meet with him, his son and a young basketball prospect from Ivory Coast who was staying with the family. Cremins had never spoken to the father and he'd never heard of either the son or the other kid, yet past experience taught him it would be foolish not to at least introduce himself.

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