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Four-star PG Labaron Philon decommits from Auburn basketball

Philon averaged nearly 35 points per game this season for Baker High School.
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Star 2024 point guard Labaron Philon has decommitted from Auburn basketball

Philon, a four-star guard out of Mobile, Alabama, has been named the Alabama Gatorade Player of the Year - the third straight player from the Mobile area to have won the award.

Philon averaged nearly 35 points per game this season for Baker High School, scoring over a thousand points in total on the way to a regional title appearance.

ESPN National Director of Recruiting Paul Biancardi describes Philon as "a prolific scoring guard who loves to get out and attack the basket." Notes "His speed with the ball in the open floor allows him to get by defenders. Philon’s three-point shot has developed over the past six months, too, and his offensive game is best at a faster pace when he can transition defense into offense. He is dedicated to improving and has been a sterling example of a great teammate.”

Philon is the second player in the 2024 class to decommit from the Tigers, with center Peyton Marshall having left the Tigers' class last week.

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