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Mt. Juliet's Will Pruitt & Lebanon's Allissa Mulaski

Mulaski to Bryan; Pruitt to Lipscomb --

Wilson County Class of 2020 basketball standouts Allissa Mulaski and Will Pruitt have announced their college commitments.

Mulaski, a deadly 3-point shooter from Lebanon High will sign with NAIA Bryan College while Mt. Juliet's all-state guard Pruitt is set to ink with NCAA Division I Lipscomb University.

Mulaski, the daughter of Joe and Jannie Mulaski, is a three-year starter for the Lebanon Devilettes and has already gone over the 1,000-point mark in her career.

Mulaski was a second team All-Wilson County pick last season and helped the Devilettes to a record of 25-11, the Region 5-AAA championship and a quarterfinal berth in the TSSAA BlueCross Championships for the first time since the 1982 season.

As a senior, she averaged 12 points per game and sank 91 3-pointers at a clip of 39 percent. For her career, she's knocked down 218 three's -- 38 percent.

Bryan College finished last season with a record of 31-2 and a loss in the first round of the NCAA DII tournament.

The Lions went a perfect 26-0 in the Appalachian Athletic Conference.

Pruitt, who was voted Class AAA All-State by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association, was also named the Wilson County Player of the Year by The Wilson Post.

The son of David and Angie Pruitt, Will was also voted Most Valuable Player for both the District 9-AAA regular season and tournament.

He averaged 17.7 points, 5.1 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game as he helped lead the Golden Bears to a record of 28-3, the District 9-AAA regular season and tournament crowns and a berth in the Region 5-AAA semifinals

Lipscomb finished last season 29-8 -- falling to the University of Texas in the championship game of the National Invitational Tournament at Madison Square Garden.

Both Mulaski and Pruitt are expected to sign National Letters of Intent with their respective college programs in November.

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