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Proviso East's Phillip Perry Commits To Wisconsin

Brian Stinnette
June 13, 2004

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Proviso East's Phillip Perry has given a verbal commitment to play basketball for Bo Ryan and the Wisconsin Badgers. Perry's stock has exploded with his strong play this spring on the AAU circuit with the Illinois Warriors and Chi-Town Mixers.

Perry, a 6-2 combination guard, told that "I can't wait to get on campus". He noted that the fact that the coaching staff got to know him on a personal level, and not just a basketball level played a major role in his decision. His mother also loved the campus.

Perry went on to tell that he has had to fight for everything that he has gotten out of life, and that he looks forward to getting to Wisconsin, and battling for playing time, and helping the Badgers win games. The fact that the Badger coaching staff "kept it real", and told him he would have to earn his playing time, was a bonus.

Perry is a tremendous offensive player. He is capable of putting a lot of points on the board in a hurry. On a side note, Phillip Perry is also genuinely a great kid.

Perry, who is an AAU teammate of Illinois recruit Jamar Smith, says he looks forward to battling him in the Big 10 Conference the next four years. Perry writes a Player Diary for