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Anthony Chiusano | | February 2, 2017

FGCU brings back 'Dunk City' by dunking on surprised students

"Dunk City" became a popular slogan during the 2013 NCAA tournament when No. 15 seed Florida Gulf Coast embarked on a suprising Sweet 16 run filled with posterizing dunks and highlight reel plays.

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Four years since that Cinderella team put the program on the map and earned its Dunk City nickname, the dunks keep coming. And not even students on campus are safe.

FGCU freshman forward RaySean Scott Jr. posted two videos this past Tuesday and Wednesday of him dunking on random students on campus, using a plastic ball and hoop โ€” the latter being held by a teammate.

The first dunk came in what appears to be a dining area:ย 

"Slam Cam Day 2" then came outside the next day over a student on a bicycle:

PSA to FGCU students: Beware, or you may find yourself on Dunk City's next poster.

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