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Ohio basketball standout transfers to Clarkston

Basketball   | Jeff Dullack

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Clarkston was already planning on entering the upcoming basketball season with one of the state’s top backcourts with senior Dylan Alderson and junior Foster Loyer.

Now, the Wolves frontcourt may be getting a big boost.

Taylor Currie, a 6-foot-9 forward entering his sophomore season, is said to be leaving the state of Ohio and heading to the Mitten State where he suit up for the Wolves this Winter.

After proving to be a force in his freshman season in Ohio, playing for Worthington Christian, Currie will provide an immediate boost for the Wolves in the frontcourt, and should help make Clarkston one of the favorites for the Class A title this year.

Currie has already grabbed the attention of high level Division 1 basketball programs after playing just one year of high school basketball and will only get better in his three remaining years of high school playing for Clarkston coach Dan Fife.

The Wolves advanced to the Regional Semifinals a season ago and with the help of Currie, who is regarded as a 3-star prospect, Clarkston could have its eyes set on a trip to the Breslin this winter.