94 Feet: Kharee McDaniel


Posted On: 11/8/18 8:00 AM

The 94 foot conversation is a one on one segment with prospects from all over the state of Texas. This week we go baseline to baseline with one of the top prospects in the state of Texas. He is arguably top 5 in the Greater Houston area Class of 2019. We also break down his strengths and weakness, as well as the outlook of his future. Let me introduce to you Kharee McDaniel of Klein Forest High School within Houston, TX. 

Kharee is a 5’11 165lbs senior point guard. He has been playing varsity basketball for the past three years. As a sophomore he averaged 8 points per game. His junior year he led the team in scoring averaging 15 points per game. Was named Co-MVP of his District last season. During this spring/summer for the Houston TopGuns his AAU/Grassroots team he averaged 24 points per game. Kharee is one of the best point guards in the Greater Houston area. He currently is committed to the University of Central Oklahoma, which is a NCAA Division 2 school. 

Kharee how are you today? I’m Feeling good, we just got finished with our final scrimmage before the season. I know it’s just days away from the first game how are you feeling and how is the team looking? We are looking good. The season is still young but we are ready for the season to start. I’m ready to play, it’s my senior season so I want to go out on top. Are you going to be signing you NLI any time soon? Yes, I’ll be signing this month. I’m excited about the journey and happy for this opportunity I have to play college ball. Since last year and even over spring/summer ball what areas has your game improved the most? My leadership skills has improved the most. Defensively I have improved also. What area of your game do you work on the most? My deep ball game, I want to be able to stretch out the offense more with a deep 3PT shot. Do you allow rankings to affect you? I don’t worry about what people say or where i’m ranked. God will take me where I need to be.

Kharee game is that of a D1 Mid/Low Major. University of Central Oklahoma got a steal with this prospect. He is a prospect who lets his game speak for himself. The moderate areas in his game is his Passing IQ, Rebounding, and 3PT Shot. He hits the 3PT around 38%. Here is a list of his strengths and weakness.


  • Handles
  • Penetrates the lane
  • Finish in the lane
  • Mid-Range Jumper
  • Quickness
  • Motor
  • Strength for position


  • Can’t defend post
  • Get’s loss in screens at times