QE's talent runs deeper than Miller
February, 2, 2010
Athletic Director and head coach Isaac F. Pitts Jr. have built the Quality Education Academy basketball program into a force to be reckoned with in the world of high school hoops. Pitt's passion and enthusiasm for coaching and teaching these young men life lessons and the importance of education is emphasized each and every time I speak with him or watch his team compete. Located in Winston-Salem, N. C., Pitts has assembled a very talented team with high-major prospects at every position. They play a very competitive schedule and will take on all-comers. The Pharaohs played in the Kreul Classic, Hoops in Overdrive, Prime Time Shootout and The Marriott Invitational just to name a few events at which we have had the pleasure of evaluating his players. College coaches have made the Quality Education campus a must stop on the recruiting trail and don't expect that trend to end anytime soon. Pitt's junior class is not only very talented but deep. The team is led by ESPNU Super 60 player Quincy Miller (North Chicago, Ill.), a 6-foot-9 silky smooth combination forward. Miller has a who's who of high-major programs on his list. He has taken unofficial visits to Wake Forest, Duke, NC State, Kentucky and South Carolina.
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