Standout NC High School Athlete Facing B&E Charge

A talented, well-known high school basketball player from North Carolina is charged with breaking and entering, according to WRAL.com.

WRAL.com calls John Wall of Raleigh "one of the nation's top uncommitted college prospects."

According to the website, Wall, age 18, was cited in connection with an April break-in at a Raleigh home, and two other teens were also charged in the break-in.

Scout.com ranks Wall the #1 high school point guard in America.

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  • by Anonymous on May 24, 2009 at 12:10 PM
    Well he signed with a renegade program. If he can stay out of prison for a year he will make millions off the backs of the Americans who make up the majority of the society that this borderline retard loathes.
  • by Sam on May 11, 2009 at 07:02 AM
    Apparently this ECU hater is the one who must not have an education and is jealous of all of the ECU alumni it sounds like and also I have a State Championship ring in both football and baseball as well, so don't be talking about Williamston HS either.
  • by Sam Location: Williamston on May 8, 2009 at 06:43 AM
    To ECUhater from XX, CC: I am sure that you must be one of the same people that has put numerous trashtalk comments under a different name. How about you say that to my face, and yes to the face of a person who has received a BSA/MSA degree and is making more money than you will ever make most likely. I know my sports (Especially football and baseball) very well also, and nobody can deny that. What do you know huh? UNC Basketball? Duke? USC or Michigan or one of those other thug schools football programs? BTW, you are also talking about a guy who has received a black belt in addition to what else he has, so I would stop talking if I were you. You are making a fool out of yourself.
  • by ECUhater Location: XX, NC on May 8, 2009 at 03:27 AM
    Sam's spelling and sentence construction are a lot to be desired. Oh well he attended ECU... Williamston HS can't compete with the NC big boys. Again it shows how much he knows about sports...
  • by Sam on May 7, 2009 at 06:39 AM
    To big boy, I would not even come close to consideering Pernell Griffin as a thug. I know him and his family well. They are a good christian family and Pernell had goals in his life. He also had made good grades throughout high school and college. D'Brian on the other hand really messed up what would have been a potential NFL career. He goes down as one of the best runningbacks to ever play high school football in NC, even considering the fact that Williamston is a 1A high school, D'Brian was on up there.
  • by deadfish Location: NC on May 6, 2009 at 06:55 PM
    The usual suspects doing their usual... I wonder how many judges will give these troubled young men a chance to serve in the US Military in exchange for a new chance in life?
  • by big boy Location: williamston on May 6, 2009 at 06:00 PM
    well first of all i black and not a thug, i see there is racial profiles every where, when are we going to get over this?? nobody says nothing when a white guy in sports get in trouble but "ALL" people will come out and support a "thug" if he is good....right?? we had stand outs Debrian Hudgins....Pernell Griffin....etc and half of thim was thugs but when the game was played every one was there. dont judge people because every one is not perfect, u have flaws to. some of this boys need role modals, some of you up here running your mouth help out and stop judgen....thanks and take care
  • by Sam Location: Williamston on May 6, 2009 at 07:49 AM
    Also this is for you Bud: PURPLE...........
  • by Sam Location: Williamston on May 6, 2009 at 07:49 AM
    Bud, yes we can still be friends. I apologize for any overreaction. I just stand up for my alma mater and have a problem with any garbage talk. Greenville does have it's bad parts and it's good parts. The big difference is the further Northwest the worse and the further the Southeast the better. It runs the same way with Martin County as well. That's all. It's cool.
  • by Bud Location: Washington on May 5, 2009 at 12:39 PM
    Sorry Sam, I wasn't picking on ECU but Greenville instead. For your information I have season tickets to baseball and football every year, and I know our teams are full of great people doing the right thing. It's called sarcasm...maybe I'd be a basketball season ticket holder if we can get this guy a one-year scholarship! I didn't mean to make you mad Sam, can we still be friends?
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