Posted On: 01/30/19 4:18 PM

Several players are using this season to boost their stock with college coaches and enhance their name across the state. Here's a look at some of the breakout performers this season so far.

  • Brayden Sebastian, Garrard County - Fresh off a 47 point and 23 rebound performance last night and 38 points and 7 rebounds on Saturday, the 6'3 guard is having a monster season and averaging just under 28 points per game while adding 10.3 rebounds per game. His performances have earned him an offer from Campbellsville University and the attention of other schools. 
  • Cody Potter, Shelby Valley - One of the stars of the All A last week, Cody has "in the gym range" and a green light to shoot as much as he wants. Averaging 24 points and 10 rebounds per game for the Bobcats, Potter is making the case that he is one of the best shooters in the state, regardless of class. Making 44% of his 3s and nearly 4 per game, Cody is a high level scorer.
  • Luke Morrison, South Oldham - Possibly the best shooter in the state, Morrison is top 8 in the state in scoring with 26 points per game but is also

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