Patrick Strohecker , 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
Brandon McGlynn reclines on a table inside the training room at Dallastown High School before a boys’ basketball practice in early December.
The wires attached to him stretch from his thighs to a machine, sending shocks into his muscles. It’s a process known as electrical muscle stimulation.
He sports a University of Rhode Island basketball shirt, a gift from his older brother, Four, who played basketball there last season. Some day, Brandon will likely have his own wardrobe of team-issued gear from the NCAA Division I college that signs him. As a junior for the Wildcats’ basketball team, he picked up his first D-I offer from the Naval Academy back in August, and more are sure to follow.
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