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Posted On: 08/11/18 5:37 PM
The class of 2019 in the state of Indiana is very deep this year when you look at the amount of kids that could go onto college and play. One of those players on the list is Peyton Meadors, a 6’3 shooting guard who plays for Mount Vernon (Fortville). Meadors ran with Indiana Elite Force this past summer, and the 132nd ranked player in the state. He has improved immensely this summer and you’ll be able to see that in the spark that he provides for his team.
Schools such as Anderson, DePauw, Goshen, Hanover, Indiana Tech, Mount St. Joseph’s (OH), Ohio Dominican, and Tiffin have shown interest in the tough guard. You can imagine that the interest in Meadors will only grow as his senior year gets underway due to his toughness and energy, something all small schools love.
This summer Meadors improved his quickness, defense, athleticism, rebounding, and taking his man off the dribble. These traits are paramount for him to have especially as a taller two-guard. Coming into his senior year, Meadors is a returning starter who will bring invaluable leadership to a squad who went 15-10 and won a sectional title.
With the talent that Mount Vernon lost, Meadors will have to step up this upcoming year to help his team out as they also gain a new head coach. Meadors is a guy that has a good jumper with length and hasn’t really been able to show his offensive prowess yet in high school. This could be the year where his offensive output could take off, and coaches will be watching.