Posted On: 06/11/19 1:29 PM
Friday I spent the day at Western Kentucky’s Diddle Arena watching some of Kentucky’s most talented players and teams. There were some high level games and some blowouts but it was good to see some of the Western Kentucky talent that we don’t get to see a lot of during the regular high school season. Here are some of the top players at WKU’s annual team camp. There were some teams that played Thursday and left but I didn’t see them since I was only at camp on Friday.
Dayvion McKnight, Collins – McKnight was the best player at camp on Friday. It may not have been very close either. Dayvion dominates games without scoring 25 and 30 points per game. He rebounds at a high rate and runs the Collins offense while sett