Posted On: 01/31/18 8:17 AM
Prep Hoops Kentucky takes a look of Tuesday’s top ten performers from a busy night in Kentucky high school basketball (*note, stats must have been available in order to be considered).
CJ Fredrick, Covington Catholic (2018)
The Iowa commit and senior sharpshooter scored 32 points in route of out-of-region foe Scott High School. He is currently averaging 21.7 points per game.
Jake Walter, Covington Catholic (2018)
I’d have to go back and do some more in-depth research, but I’d venture to say that Walter’s 29 points last night was a season high. The 7’0 Xavier commit is averaging 11.1 points and 7 boards per game.
Keaston Brown, Henry Clay (2019)
Small college coaches need to start taking noticed of Henry Clay’s junior guard. He scored 21 points against Madison Central in a big-time win for the Blue Devils last night.
Harris Hawkins, Henry Clay
Another junior for Henry Clay, Hawkins also helped carry the Blue Devils in their win last night, netting 17 points.
Isaiah Minter, Madison Central (2018)
After a huge win against top ranked Louisville Trinity just days before, the Indians fell on the road in a close one to Henry Clay. Minter did his thing, scoring 17 points and leading the Indians as floor general.
Isaiah Cozart, Madison Central (2019)
The junior big-man scored 18 points, leading the Indians in scoring in their loss to Henry Clay.
Chase Villers, Ashland-Blazer (2018)
The senior guard poured in 25 points in a win against 16th region foe Elliot County last night. Ashland currently sits atop the region, with Villers leading the way averaging 19.5 points and 5 rebounds per game.
Michael Moreno, Scott County (2019)
One of Kentucky’s top prospects in the 2019 class was huge in an 11th region match-up against Bryan Station. In a game that most thought would be a good one, the Cardinals won 105-65. Moreno scored 28 points in the win.
Kyle Rode, Lexington Christian (2019)
Another top 2019 prospect, Rode continued on his stretch of impacting LCA in the win column, scoring 18 points vs. Holy Cross just days after winning the All “A” Classic.
Aiden Matthews, Meade County (2018)
Matthews scored 20 points in a loss to North Hardin last night. The senior forward is starting to gain attention from a number of instate D3’s and NAIA’s.