There are a lot of talented Senior in this 2023 class that have been overlooked. So much talent, the ability to be seen can be tough, today we will make College coaches aware of a few other seniors that also…
There are a lot of talented Senior in this 2023 class that have been overlooked. So much talent, the ability to be seen can be tough, today we will make College coaches aware of a few other seniors that also deserves some looks.
Devin has shown a jump in his production so far into his senior season for the Trojans of Olympic. They are sitting at 18-1 and have been able to win a lot of games handily due to their elite defensive play behind the 6’7″ Senior. He is averaging four and a half blocks a game and a steal as well. Recording a triple-double with 12 points, 13 rebounds, and 11 blocked shots against an impressive South Meck team on January 6. A very important conference win for the Trojans. Devin has shown the ability to be the defensive anchor of this team and college coaches should take notice.
The versatile big man from Kentucky has shown that he can be effective playing beside some of the best talents in the country, with Mikey Williams of Vertical Academy or if he is playing beside a Nick Hamrick at Westminster, he always delivers. He is averaging 21 points and 14 rebounds a game and should be on the radar of a lot of coaches. A wing with good size and is an impressive defensive player. He is averaging 2.4 blocks and steals a game. He is stuffing the boxscore and it is really impressive what he has been Ale to do so far this season.
Jordon Nevill(East Meck)
One of the more underrated shooters in the State, Nevill has one of the best shooting touches in the Senior class. He can create off the dribble with that smooth stroke, very crafty in the in-between game as well. He is the tone-setter for this team and is a pest defensively. Setting the tone with 23 points and two steals a game. He has shown a four-point jump in his scoring average this season as well. A sneaky finisher around the rim should garner some attention from College coaches.
In Pettus sophomore year he was averaging 31 points a game. An impressive number, while still picking up four assists and four steals a game. However, his senior campaign has been even more impressive because his numbers look even better across the board. A stifling defender averaging 23 points, 3.5 rebounds, seven rebounds, six steals, and a 1.5 blocks game! Only has one turnover a game and he has shown the ability to be the leader and command an Offense. He can core in bunches and score with some of the best of them in the State. Committed to Northern Kentucky, his talent and growth had to be addressed. He is having a sensational season.