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At 6 feet 8 inches and with skills that seem to grow exponentially each year, Rooosevelt High's Bryson Williams can’t help but stand out – especially in a senior season that has seen him score a Central Section-record 1,005 points and counting. And he has the Rough Riders in position to win their first section title in 39 years – all while Fresno State eagerly awaits his arrival next season. Bryant-Jon Anteola banteola@fresnobee.com
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