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Southwind High School senior Jarnell Stokes stood before family, friends, and media as he told them he prepared to continue higher education and basketball at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Photo by Justin A. Shaw, Special to the News Sentinel

Southwind High School senior Jarnell Stokes stood before family, friends, and media as he told them he prepared to continue higher education and basketball at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

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  • Southwind High School senior Jarnell Stokes stood before family, friends, and media as he told them he prepared to continue higher education and basketball at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
  • Southwind High School senior Jarnell Stokes stood before family, friends, and media as he told them he prepared to continue higher education and basketball at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
  • 'I prayed heavily on this decision and God answered me. I liked the coaching staff at UT, their faith in God appealed to me. I feel like being a volunteer will be the next best step for me. To me, my hard work and work ethic, wherever I go I see success', Jarnell Stokes
  • I love Memphis, Memphis is my home, but it's time for me to become a man', Jarnell Stokes. Stokes said he'll be majoring in finance once a UT student.
  • Jarnell's mother Shunta Stokes said his college decision was 'solely up to him. I support his decision wholeheartedly, he's the one that has to attend the school, not me. His dad and I are behind him 100%.'

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