Posted On: 03/25/19 11:23 AM

The 2020 Class is not deep with post players but they are a decent crop of big men who will find a home at the college level in the not too distant future. Here's a look at the state's top Junior posts.

  • Ksuan Casey, Madisonville-North Hopkins - Ksuan is the best low block scorer of the group and also the only one holding a D1 offer already. With Casey, the biggest issue is his lack of conditioning. He's a skilled player that is a tough cover on the block and can stretch the floor. With Ksuan being so young (he'll graduate high school at 17), he could go to prep school and come out a high major center.
  • JJ Traynor, Bardstown - I have been president of the JJ Traynor fan club for about 18 months now but he always flashes just enough potential to keep you wanting more. Long, athletic and skilled, JJ finished with 11 points and 9 rebounds per game as a Junior but he should be getting a double-double at minimum every night out. This is a huge AAU season for Traynor and could be a high major recruit or end up at the D2/NAIA level. It's

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