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Posted On: 02/5/18 3:05 PM
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Centennial 6’2 point guard Ishon Hardin has made it quite clear this winter that he’s one of the best senior prospects in The Silver State.
Nevada’s 39th-ranked 2018, Hardin is having a monster season with the Bulldogs, averaging 20 points, seven rebounds and 3.5 assists per game.
“The season’s going really good,” said Hardin. “My role is to lead my team in every way that I can in order to win.”
Still unsigned, Hardin is one of the area’s best available prospects. There’s been some JuCo interest, but nothing is set quite yet for his hoops future.
Whatever college program ends up with the senior playmaker will get a guy who can likely come in a make an impact right away.
“I’m a very aggressive player,” said Hardin. “My strengths are driving to the rim and finding my teammates and rebounding.”
Umpqua Community College is the school that Hardin noted is recruitment him most. But at the moment his focus on on advancing as far as he can with his Bulldogs squad in the postseason.
And with a deep run in the playoffs, Hardin could see a boost with his recruitment.
“My goals are to make it to the playoffs, compete for a state championship, and get more colleges to notice me,” said Hardin.