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Hines talks transfer

Malik Hines Malik Hines
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Malik Hines accomplished everything he wanted to his junior season at Murrah. He put up good numbers and helped the Mustangs win a 6A state championship.

Knowing that made it a little easier for him to make a major move and transfer schools. Hines is no longer at Murrah and will play his senior season at Cordia Prep in Kentucky.

Hines says the move is something he's thought about for years and believes he will play against better competition in Kentucky and it will help him be better prepared for college the following year.

The 6'9 forward is currently considering colleges such as UConn, UNLV, Ole Miss, Mississippi St. and Louisville to name a few.

 

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