Posted On: 02/7/18 8:00 PM
The Kentucky high school basketball regular season has about a week and a half left before district and region tournaments commence. Since November, a ton of points have been scored, a ton of rebounds have been ripped down, and a ton of assists dished out. Prep Hoops Kentucky gives you our All-Stats Team though this point, leading on in to district tournament play:
PHKY All-Stats Team
Zion Harmon, Point Guard, Adair County (2021)
We could have chosen a number of players to fill the lead guard spot here, but Zion Harmon’s stats throughout the season have been eye popping. He leads the state in points per game, averaging 33.3 a night. He shoots over 50% from the field, while nailing over 80 3-point field goals. All while serving as his teams floor general night in and night out. In the Indians last game against Green County, Harmon netted 38 points, grabbed 5 rebounds, and went 5-10 from deep. Only a freshman, Harmon currenlty holds offers from Creighton, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.
Andrew Taylor, Corbin (2018) – 28.7 PTS, 10.2 REB, 52% FG)
Cobe Penny, Anderson County (2018) – 22.3 PTS, 7.2 REB, 45.3% FG
Jobby Howard, Caverna (2018) – 30.1 PPG, 43% FG
Eric Boone, Bryan Station (2018) – 20.5 PPG, 11.3 REB, 50% FG
Dontaie Allen, Shooting Guard, Pendleton County (2019)
Many noteworthy candidates here too, but no shooting guard has been able to do what Allen does on a nightly basis statistically. The junior is averaging 31.3 points per game (2nd behind Harmon) and 11.3 rebounds per game (ranked 4th in the state). He’s also shooting 60% from the field and 40% from 3-point range. He currently holds offers from Winthrop, Morehead State, Northern Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky, and IUPUI.
Skyelar Potter, Warren Central (2018) – 24.6 PPG, 12 REB, 56.5% FG
Trevon Faulkner, Mercer County (2018) – 25.9 PPG, 9.2 REB, 52.5% FG
Steven Fitzgerald, Pulaski County (2018) – 31.4 PPG, 8 REB, 55% FG
Dekeyvan Tandy, University Heights (2019) – 31.1 PPG
Mickey Pearson, Small Forward, John Hardin (2018)
The St. Louis commit does it all for John Hardin, and his stats say it all in being named to our All-Stats team through this point. Pearson is averaging 26.2 points and 11 rebounds while shooting 55.5% from the field and 40% from 3-point range. A walking double-double.
De’Torrion Ware, Christian County (2018) – 29 PPG, 9.3 REB, 50% FG
Jayden Scrubb, Trinity (2018) – 18.5 PPG, 7.5 REB
Jared Coomer, Barren County (2018) – 17 PPG, 10.4 REB
Jarius Key, Bowling Green (2018) – 18.6 PPG, 10 REB
Michael Moreno, Power Forward, Scott County (2019)
Moreno can play both the small and power forward positions. But what matters here, is what he does for Scott County and how it applies to our All-Stats team. Moreno is averaging 20 points and and 11.1 rebounds per game while shooting just under 60% from the field. No one in the state has been able to contain him in the post, hence a reason why no one in Kentucky has been able to defeat Scott County this year. Moreno holds offers from Bradley, Eastern Kentucky, and Iowa.
Carter Hendricksen, Lexington Christian (2018) – 19 PPG, 8.9 REB
Dustin Geralds, Madison Central (2018) – 15.7 PPG, 10 REB, 56% FG
Will Philpot, George Rogers Clark (2018) – 13.1 PPG, 10.1 REB
Clint Wickliffe, Fern Creek (2018) – 12.1 PPG, 8 REB
Isaiah Cozart, Power Forward/Center, Madison Central (2019)
Cozart will most likely play the power forward position at the next level, but as Kentucky’s all-time blocks leader, he needs to be here. Cozart is every driver/slasher’s worst nightmare. Want to post him up? Hope you’re taller and can jump higher than his wingspan. Cozart is also averaging 13 points and 10 rebounds per game. He currently holds offers from Eastern Kentucky and Morehead State.
Jake Walters, Covington Catholic (2018) – 12 PPG, 7 REB, 74% FG