Posted On: 10/30/18 2:09 PM
The class of post players in the Junior class is smaller than the typical group in Kentucky and after a 2019 class full of D1 and D2 posts, the 2020 class hasn’t yet seen the college attention and offers that previous classes have. There are some very solid prospects in the group and some could be D1 commitments a year from now if they continue developing. Here’s a breakdown of the top post players in the Junior class.
- JJ Traynor, Bardstown – Traynor is no longer strictly a post player. JJ has expanded his game and is more of a stretch 4 or even a 3 at this point. At 6’8, Traynor has the versatility to play inside and out but if he has to get a bucket, he is a capable low post scorer. JJ is also an above