Jahlil Tripp is an American basketball player. He played college basketball for the South Plains Texans and the Pacific Tigers.High school career Tripp played basketball for Brooklyn Collegiate High School in Brooklyn, New York. On December 4, 2013, while returning home from a girls basketball game with his teammates, he was hit in his calf by a stray bullet. He underwent surgery and was able to continue playing in under one month. Two games after his return, Tripp broke his left leg, underwent surgery again and missed the rest of his junior season. As a senior, he transferred to Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, averaging 17 points and 11 rebounds per game. Tripp's request for a fifth year of eligibility, due to his injuries during his junior season, was denied by the Public Schools Athletic League. Shortly before his graduation, he committed to play college basketball for Rutgers but reopened his recruitment after a coaching change. However, he did not receive more NCAA Division I offers, as it was late in the recruiting process, and decided to play for South Plains College, whose coach Steve Green knew one of Tripp's former high school coaches.Source: Wikipedia
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