By Michael O'Brien

Justin Taylor's residency being questioned

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The Hillcrest star, who transferred from Rich Central last year, was off to a hot start this season...

Taylor did not play tonight against Thornwood or Friday night against Eisenhower.

“There are some questions about his residency,��? Hillcrest coach Tom Cappel said.

Taylor played for Hillcrest all of last season and in seven games this season.

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DOES IT REALLY MATTER WHERE THIS KID LIVES??? AS LONG AS HE GOES TO SCHOOL AND DOES WELL. MOST OF THE KIDS THAT ARE IN SCHOOL JUST GO TO GO THEY DONT GO FOR WHAT THEY ARE SUPPOSE IT.

It's funny that so many people who supported the multiplier to offset "recruiting" conveniently ignore the fact that public schools recruit all the time.

If recruiting high school players is ilegal, why are the Catholic schools allowed to do it?

Yes it does matter. cheating is cheating !!!!
Is that what we want him to learn ?????

No one should really care about the residency of a kid playing basketball. Everyone should focus on the poor ISAT test scores that are continually produced at Hillcrest and Rich Central. On academic probation and pretty much no hope.

IHSA is full of cheats it's been going on since Cox was at KING in chicago. Look at Hubbard Football??? The only time people care is when their team is getting beat down. If this young man was garbage this would be a none issue. All of these morlas kill me!!! Gimme a break

Stop saying bad things about this kid.

I know him personally, and he is well above the average in the areas of intelligence, diligence, and character. He also just happens to be a very talented basketball player, and you can trust me that there is more to this story that must first be investigated before any accusations are bandied about!

Who Care's. Why is it that Nobody worries about all the other kids that are out of their district? Everyone's just mad because he's good. it doesn't matter what district he's in he'll always be a great player. It's his senior year leave him alone

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