ROCHESTER, Minnesota -- The awards keep coming for Matthew Hurt. One week after playing in the McDonald's All-American Game, Hurt was award the Minnesota AP Player of the Year award.
The senior has put up video game numbers this season, averaging 37 points-per-game and 12 rebounds-per-game. Hurt is scheduled to announce his college commitment later this month with Kentucky, Kansas, Duke and North Carolina as possible destinations.
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