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According to multiple sources Gonzaga has just offered 2013 twins Marcus and Malcolm Allen from Centennial High School in Nevada. Malcolm Allen is a 6 Foot 1 Inch Point Guard. His Junior Season at Centennial he averaged 15.1 PPG, 3.8 APG, 2.9 RPG, and 1.9 SPG. Marcus Allen is a 6 Foot 3 Inch Shooting Guard. His Junior Season at Centennial he averaged 20 PPG, 2.8 APG, 5.2 RPG. and 2.9 SPG. Obviously these twins are very good basketball players. The thing that sets them apart however is the fact that they have 4.5 weighted GPA's and belong to the National Honor Society.

Landing these true scholar athletes would very likely mean 4 years with Gonzaga because they will probably want to graduate so we won't have to deal with early exits. They have said that they would like to go to the same college and that they are looking at the academics more than typical recruits. Based on the offer lists I have seen we are one of the best Basketball teams but there are some pretty prestigious schools on their lists as well.

Here are some clips of the twins in action:

Marcus Allen

Malcolm Allen

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