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Brooklyn's Carrington on Nova: "I would probably like to do that."

Khadeen Carrington, a 6-foot-3 junior combo guard at Brooklyn's Bishop Loughlin is yielding interest from top schools, including Villanova. Although he's yet to receive an offer from the Wildcats, Carrington said the interest from the program is "high." He said Villanova is the only Philadelphia school he would see himself playing at.

Brooklyn's Carrington on Nova: “I would probably like to do that.”

The path has been made for New York’s Khadeen Carrington and he said he’d have no trouble following along.

The 6-foot-3 junior combo guard at Brooklyn’s Bishop Loughlin is yielding interest from top schools, including Villanova. Although he’s yet to receive an offer from the Wildcats, Carrington said the interest from the program is “high.” He said Villanova is the only Philadelphia school he would see himself playing at.

According to the New York Post, Carrington received an offer from Connecticut last week, which could mean a Nova offer is near.

“JayVaughn Pinkston went to my school and then he went to Nova,” said Carrington. “I would probably like to do that.”

The school, located in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill, also sent Curtis Sumpter to Nova.

Contact Matt Breen at mbreen@phillynews.com or on Twitter @mattbreen

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