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Staying home; Ten of the best players in the country chose to play in their home states

1. Mateen Cleaves; Flint, Mich., Michigan State

One of the three remaining "Flintstones" on the Spartans, Cleaves was rumored to be heading to the NBA after last season. Now a senior and among the nation's top point guards, Cleaves suffered a stress fracture in his right foot and is expected to be out for a couple of months. Currently eight assists behind Scott Skiles for first on school's all-time list, third in steals and fifth in three-point field goals. Has his mother's name tattooed on his left shoulder and "Flint" on his right.

2. Terence Morris; Frederick, Md., Maryland

Came to Maryland with a lot of hype after committing orally as a...

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