Posted On: 06/6/19 1:09 PM

After a win over Indiana on Sunday, a loss in the Monday rematch and a loss to the Kentucky Senior All-Stars last night, the dust has settled on the Kentucky Junior All-Star team. Here are some takeaways from the 3 games.

Brayden Sebastian continues to impress. There are some players who stand out in these all star games for the wrong reasons. Brayden stood out because he showed what an efficient scorer he can be with a lot of talent around him. Instead of a volume scorer, Sebastian was a knockdown shooter and held his own on defense, even adding some rebounding in the win on Sunday. Brayden is going to be a very solid college player and is likely the favorite to be the 12th region's Mr. Basketball nominee.

Tyren Moore is instant offense. Tyren was very average to start things on Sunday. He missed shots and had a couple of turnovers. Then he flipped the switch and lit it up in his next turn on the floor. He hit shots, created offense for others and pushed the pace to get the Kentucky Juniors on a big run. It will be interesting to see where he ends up at the

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