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Eye opening visit for Carson

Eye opening visit for Carson

Perceptions can become reality, until proven otherwise. 2011 point guard Jahii Carson made the short drive to Tempe for his first ever ASU visit and came away convinced that the notion of the maroon and gold playing at a slower pace couldn't be further than the truth. Consequently, he realized the up tempo style the Sun Devils are employing will be a great fit to his skills.

The 5-10 Carson was departing this afternoon to Portland to play in the Adidas Nations tournament, and stopped over at Arizona State for an unofficial visit just a few hours before his departure. Due to his time constraints the visit was limited just to the Weatherup Center but it was time well spent nonetheless. "Because this was my first visit this is the first time I saw the Weatherup Center... Recommended Stories

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