Posted On: 02/16/18 1:00 PM
Chaminade (MO) 6’6” sharp shooter Luke Kasubke is establishing himself as one of the premier 2020 prospects in the state of Missouri. He has elite size for position along with tremendous length. He can let it fly from three drilling them at an outstanding rate. Every time the ball leaves his hands you think it is going in. Moves exceptionally well without the ball to get open. Also displays athleticism scoring off the bounce on occasion and finishing above the rim. With the way the game is played now Kasubke will garner a lot of looks this spring playing with Brad Beal Elite.
The wing spoke with us about his sophomore campaign.
“I think I have had a pretty good season so far. I have done a great job buying into my role for this team to succeed and I knocked down a lot of big shots when we needed them.”
Kasubke discussed the strengths in his game.
“I’m an athletic wing that can knock down shots. I can also put the ball on the floor well and attack the basket, but I don’t have to do that as much on this team because of all the talent that we have.”
I think he brings up a great point here. Most at first look would label him as just a shooter. This isn’t the case. He plays above the rim on both ends finishing dunks and blocking shots. Moves well defensively and is a solid passer. Where do things stand with recruiting?
“So as of now I have two offers from Missouri State and Tennessee Martin. I am visiting Illinois this weekend.”
He is looking forward to seeing Illinois on Sunday.
“I know they got a new coach and haven’t talked to them a whole lot, but I have met Coach Walker and I like him and plan on learning more about the program.”
He broke down the two schools that have already offered him scholarships.
“Missouri State was the first school to offer me. I went down there for a visit and watched a game. I really like Coach Lusk and Coach Pickens and how they do things.”
“I haven’t talked to Tennessee-Martin a whole lot, but they were at the game against Belleville West and offered me after.”