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6-Foot High School Baller Throws Down Monster Dunk Over 6-Foot-9 Player

March 26, 2014

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Winner of last year's Triad All-Star Dunk Contest, Carlee Clemons from Millbrook High School (N.C.) put on another show in this year's competition.

The 6-foot point guard started things off with a windmill dunk over a woman he grabbed from the sidelines, making it look easy.

For his final dunk, Clemons took it up a notch by leaping over three people and throwing down a huge one-handed dunk. The most impressive part? One of those people was 6-foot-9 sophomore Harry Giles, from Wesleyan Christian Academy (N.C.), who has already received offers to play at Kentucky, Florida and Ohio State.

His epic dunks earned Clemons his second consecutive All-Star Dunk Contest crown and a spot on ESPN SportCenter's Top 10 Plays of the Day.

Check out the video below to see Clemons' incredible performance.

In case you want to re-live the most incredible dunk ever performed by a little point guard flying high over a huge player, view the video below of Nate Robinson's dunk over Dwight Howard, which won him the 2009 NBA Dunk Contest.

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- STACK Assistant Digital Producer Annie Koeblitz graduated from Rollins College, where she played lacrosse and majored in Critical Media & Cultural Studies and Sociology.
Annie Koeblitz
- STACK Assistant Digital Producer Annie Koeblitz graduated from Rollins College, where she played lacrosse and majored in Critical Media & Cultural Studies and Sociology.
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