Posted On: 09/17/15 10:00 AM

September 17, 2015

After one of the better freshman campaigns in the state last season, Central Decatur point guard Carter Booth found himself ranked 42nd in the latest PHI prospect rankings.

The 5-foot-11 sophomore averaged 5.8 points and a team high 2.8 assists while coming off the bench for the 20-3 Cardinals.

His successful freshman season coupled with his exposure playing with Iowa’s up-and-coming grassroots program Kingdom Hoops, was enough to capture the attention of one area Division I program.  

“Western Illinois sent me a letter a couple of weeks ago, and that’s about it right now,” said Boothe.

“I definitely think about it all the time; what my future's going to be, where I want to go, what I want to do.”

With plenty of time left to generate recruitment, Boothe looks to be a mainstay with Kingdom Hoops, and competed with the 15U Elite team this offseason.

“Kingdom Hoops is definitely a step-up from the level I play, it’s a lot more fast-paced, and everyone could do everything pretty much. I thought I handled the ball alright, and I distributed well,” he said.

“I though I did well playing at the fast-pace and being able to not

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