Top Ranked 6th Grader Jai Smith Dunking & Dominating Competition at All-Star Game

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| August 19th, 2015 | 2,504 Views

Most elementary schools have low rims – between 7 to 8 feet – and just a handful of kids that can actually dunk on them and when they do dunk, recess gets pretty rowdy.  Now just imagine how the schoolyard kids would react to seeing this 6th grader throwing down contest dunks on the low goal and then doing Reggie Miller style dunks on the 10 foot goal?

The 6th grader is 12 year old Jai Smith – one of the top ranked players in the class of 2021 and participant in the 2015 We All Can Go All-Star Game in Dallas.

Earlier in the summer, the 6’3 young hoop phenom helped his AAU team – Carolina Elite – to a national championship.

Shout out to CityLeagueHoopsTV for the vid.


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