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<p>THE APPROACH: North Little Rock&amp;#8217;s Kevaughn Allen heads towards the lane as Cabot&amp;#8217;s Clayton Vaught watches.</p>Buy Photo

THE APPROACH: North Little Rock&#8217;s Kevaughn Allen heads towards the lane as Cabot&#8217;s Clayton Vaught watches.

<p>WHEELS UP: Allen is now mid-flight towards a dunk</p>Buy Photo

WHEELS UP: Allen is now mid-flight towards a dunk

<p>FLIGHT: Allen has become what is known in the sports world as a &amp;#8216;poster&amp;#8217; and is at the highest point of his jump while Cabot&amp;#8217;s Hunter York gets out of the way.</p>Buy Photo

FLIGHT: Allen has become what is known in the sports world as a &#8216;poster&#8217; and is at the highest point of his jump while Cabot&#8217;s Hunter York gets out of the way.

<p>PUSHING UP: Allen hits the lane and starts his jump towards the rim.</p>Buy Photo

PUSHING UP: Allen hits the lane and starts his jump towards the rim.

<p>THE LANDING: Allen throws the ball through the rim to complete the dunk.</p>Buy Photo

THE LANDING: Allen throws the ball through the rim to complete the dunk.

North Little Rock point guard Kevaughn Allen, even though a sophomore, is already considered one of the state’s top players.

At 6-foot-3, Allen has the height, but he can also jump out of the gym as he showed Friday night against Cabot.

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