Justin Wright-Foreman is the No. 2 leading scorer in the nation with 26.8 points per game. The senior guard and Queens native is fourth among Hofstra's all-time leading scorers with 2,210 points, and even surpassed former Hofstra star and current assistant coach Craig "Speedy" Claxton on that list. But can Wright-Foreman lead his team to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2001 and make it to the NBA like his predecessor? He'll look to check off the first of those accomplishments as Hofstra heads to the CAA tournament, beginning Saturday, with a first-round bye as the No. 1 seed. Credit: Newsday / Casey Musarra; Additional video footage from CAA; Photos by Paul J. Bereswill, James Escher, Kathy Kmonicek, Steven Ryan, J. Conrad Williams/Casey Musarra; Additional video footage from CAA; Photos by Paul J. Bereswill, James Escher, Kathy Kmonicek, Steven Ryan, J. Conrad Williams

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