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Posted On: 02/22/18 11:43 AM
Northern Kentucky has produced some high level basketball teams, and some high level basketball players. Prep Hoops Kentucky takes a look at the top remaining unsigned seniors around the Northern Kentucky area:
NORTHERN KENTUCKY’S TOP UNSIGNED SENIORS
Brennan Hall, Newport Central Catholic
Hall is averaging 20.4 points and and 3.3 rebounds per game while shooting 45% from the field. He has offers from NAIA’s Our Lady of the Lakes (TX) and powerhouse William Penn (IA).
Raavai Commodore, Holmes
Commodore didn’t have the season most expected, only averaging just under 8 points per game. But the senior guard has shown potential to play at the small college level. He would be a pick-up for any D3 schools still looking to fill a guard spot on their roster.
Chris McNeil, Cooper
Brother of Sean McNeil who had committed to Bellarmine after his senior season, Chris is averaging just over 10 points and 3 rebounds per game while shooting 56% from 3-point range. He’s been on a program that knows what it looks like to win, any D3/NAIA program would be lucky to have him.
Ethan Haynes, Boone County
The underated senior wing from Boone County has averaged 17.8 points per game this season. He’s also averaging right at 7 rebounds. Another small college prospect around the NKY area.
Tanner Clos, Campbell County
Clos has an offer from NAIA Cincinnati Christian and has some interest from Asbury University. The senior guard is averaging right at 16 points per game.
Joel Day, Campbell County
Day would make the perfect role player for any D3/NAIA program willing to take a chance on him, and they should. He’s everything you’d want in a teammate. Day is also averaging 14 points and is shooting 40% from 3-point range.
Leevi Dunnaway, Mason County
Dunnaway is one of the top 10 scorers in a tradition rich Mason County program. This season is averaging 20 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. Another D3/NAIA prospect from the Northern Kentucky area.