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Topic - Jerry Wainwright
Davante Gardner and Jamal Ferguson are Tidewater natives who have relocated 750 miles northeast to help one of college basketball's top programs. They are proof that Marquette, a Jesuit school of 12,000 students in downtown Milwaukee, has made some recruiting inroads in the southeastern corner of the Commonwealth – not exactly a logical geographic match.
Ferguson, a freshman from Maury High School in Norfolk, will impact the program more in future seasons, Wainwright said.
"There's nothing up there to do," he said of Milwaukee. "They've just got a lake with a beach, but it's too cold to go out there."