4th Grader Recruited for University of Miami Basketball Team

A 9-year-old, who already plays for the high school varsity team, is getting college recruitment letters.
2:57 | 06/17/14

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And it's time for the next we're glad you're with us what some great news to share from one of our audience sees Lana -- Her husband Seth now proud parents of twins. Oh I think we've got some pictures there are Olympics again Bennett James Morley a normal that's -- look at their shirts as he made my love that mom is now -- -- fit officially an early morning mom patty she's watching us right now. He or she looks gorgeous looks great she says the best part about being a mom right now is to look at those big wide eyes she says to me you -- to -- your life. How old look at her Saturday looks so happy and perfect together that they're like that the picture in the photo frame that you get their perfect couple -- Sort -- statement is very own early morning month. Well. It's -- it's the suspect here at University of Miami and recruiting not your world I mean really that good nine year old girl very steered David -- -- He actually is in the fourth grade -- played varsity high school basketball. A look at -- there -- -- their recruiting dinner and raising though a little eyebrows on this what. But believe it or not she's actually interested in possibly paying playing for Connecticut. She's only nine years old Elaine I'm not even -- middle school yet the young it's it's crazy really this is beyond and but but we -- -- shot from University of Miami is -- to -- economy look at her she's got a pretty impressive to have those skills at nine. I'm -- she looks like she certainly does look at her for her -- early to get committed all right. Let's -- you've heard about people selling their personal photos for cash online a -- of services but one woman from Mississippi a stay at home mom. Has the companies coming to her -- role she's been working with. Night he'd -- dissect these National Geographic some of these you see here. Melissa Benson 37 years old from Mississippi. Is selling these -- grab photos that -- -- -- 400000. Follow outlet a lot of this out of us. It's -- what you can do it yourself on camera they are pretty artistic photos -- like that I'm. And you know -- -- at one point women from coming under this -- but. There's a thing called the Brazilian blowout where they put these chemicals care attending your hair. Take -- flat -- but now there's a new thing and we're still not just the World Cup but women are burning the ends of their hair you see it there. They've got a candle to -- end -- their -- apparently it opens -- The hair follicles and it's a new treatment procedure for dry and damaged hair if you can believe it. And it's come to try to bella -- I'm no word on the smell but apparently the women in Brazil are the -- About that treatment find out come back tell us how well yeah and radio have Donovan does my hair here. -- in the back and we'll see how it looks like -- look good -- from the pictures there so that's at Tiffany's this half hour -- stay with us.

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