#DNHuddleUp: Deseret News sports staff, readers share their thoughts on where Jabari Parker will play
High school hoops superstar Jabari Parker is taking the next week to consider which university he will attend, so in our latest #DNHuddleUp feature, we asked the Deseret News sports staffers to give us their opinions.
The Cougars made their pitch last month, when thousands of fans wore T-shirts bearing the phrase "Chicago to Provo" during Parker's official recruiting visit.
But is BYU's faith-based atmosphere enough to draw the young phenom, or will he sign with a college basketball powerhouse? Check out the responses from our sportswriters — and our readers — below.
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