Prospect Intro: Tommy Krohn (2019)

High School
Kentucky

Posted On: 06/19/18 5:00 AM

Tommy Krohn is a versatile wing from Logan County who is coming off a strong Junior season and hoping for an even better Senior year for the Cougars. As a Junior, Krohn was the 3rd leading scorer at a little over 10 points per game and also led the team in rebounding. Tommy finishes well around the rim in addition to being a good shooter. The lanky wing shot an impressive 64% from the field last season and a remarkable 47% from 3 in limited attempts. Although Krohn needs to get stronger to be able to compete at the next level, he could be a very good small college wing.
 
Coming off a year where Logan County finished 15-14 and missed the fourth region tournament, Tommy was pleased with his individual growth last year, “I was extremely happy with my individual high school season  as I grew and developed more IQ for the game. As a team we fell short in the opening round of district.” Tommy is getting a late start on the AAU season due to spending his spring on the baseball diamond for Logan County. In July Krohn will be traveling as part of Tennessee Vision 17u. Tommy is also generating some small college interest as he will attend elite camp at Kentucky Christian and Thomas More College is going to be out to watch him play in July with the Vision.
 
Krohn has some pretty big goals for his senior campaign at Logan County under new coach John Tinsley. “My goals for next season are to be the 13th district champions, 4th region champions and to make the All 4th region First Team as an individual. He’s hoping that his July AAU season will help to increase his toughness around the rim, his basketball IQ and showcase his ability to defend multiple positions. Right now Krohn projects as a small college wing playing at the D3 or NAIA level. A big July could help raise him to the D2 level. Regardless of how July goes, Tommy Krohn’s ultimate goal is to get Logan County to Rupp Arena in March. The region is wide open for once and they could win it. If they show up at Rupp in March, I suspect Tommy Krohn will be a large reason why.