Posted On: 02/6/19 12:15 PM

With the season winding down, it’s time to reset the recruiting landscape for these Seniors. Here’s a look at where the class of 2019 stands with their recruiting right now.


  • Dontaie Allen – Kentucky
  • David Johnson – Louisville
  • KyKy Tandy – Xavier
  • Isaiah Cozart – Western Kentucky
  • Dieonte Miles – Xavier
  • Kyle Rode – Liberty
  • Jackson Harlan – Western Kentucky
  • Jacob Hobbs – Lipscomb
  • Trevon Smith – Tallahassee Community College
  • Nick Thelen – Bellarmine
  • JJ Ramey – Pikeville
  • Korbin Spencer – Pikeville
  • Spencer Macke – West Virginia (Walk-on)
  • Tanner Dickerson – Kentucky Christian
  • Alex Westerbeck – Hanover College
  • Connor Guthrie – Bethel University
  • Cameron Willis – Tusculum University
  • Stan Turnier – Georgia (Walk-On)
  • Nick Martin – Asbury

Holding Scholarship Offers:

  • Michael Moreno, Scott County
  • Jordan Graham, George Rogers Clark
  • Brennan Canada, George Rogers Clark
  • Darius Osborne, PRP
  • Reid Jolly, Campbell County
  • Jamarion Sharp, Hopkinsville
  • Keaston Brown, Henry Clay
  • Kyle Stivers, Franklin County
  • James Nicholas, Hopkinsville
  • Carson Guthrie, Mayfield
  • Carter Baughman, Mercer County
  • Trey Meister, Scott
  • Donnie Miller, Newport
  • Cade Cunningham, Madisonville-North Hopkins
  • Adam Sizemore, North Laurel
  • Deshaud St. Martin, Danville
  • TJ Deere, Cooper
  • Harris Hawkins, Henry Clay
  • Walter Johnson, Ballard
  • Hunter Hollingsworth, Whitley County
  • Deuce Ralls, Montgomery County

Quick Hitter Analysis:

  • There is incredible depth in the class. There are recruits at every level from elite high major to really good D3.
  • There are still multiple kids without offers that should end up with offers before all is said and done. There are some real sleepers in this group.
  • Geographically, it looks like the Western Kentucky bias is real. Many of the best unsigned players in the state reside in regions 1-4. Kids like Derrin Boyd and Rodriguez Thomas should have offers by now.
  • There could be 40+ kids in the 2019 class to sign and play college basketball. That’s a really astronomical number in the state and hopefully a sign of things to come as Kentuckians keep proving themselves and showing that our state is often overlooked for basketball talent.