#Greeny’s Top 5 sports prodigies of all-time

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    #Greeny’s Top 5 sports prodigies of all-time

    On the anniversary of Tiger Woods’ first Masters win in 1997, Mike Greenberg breaks down his top 5 sports prodigies of all-time.

    5. Ken Griffery Jr.

    4. Wayne Gretzky

    3. LeBron James

    2. Serena Williams

    1. Tiger Woods

    #Greeny

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