Posted On: 12/3/19 7:08 AM

Divine Child High School has a proven history of producing next level basketball talent. Senior point guard Jack Kenney and junior guard Andrew Iaquaniello are ready to have solid seasons. That being said, the sophomore class at Divine Child may hold the keys to the future success of the program. They have 3 players from the class of 2022 that look to be major contributors, and even starters, this season. All 3 have the potential to put up 20 plus points on any given night this season.

Let's take a look at each of these talented sophomores:

Troy Cicotte (6’2", Guard, Divine Child High School)

Cicotte is a long guard and knows how to take advantage of that length. He has exceptional ball handling ability which allows him to be very versatile on the perimeter. He's an intelligent player, especially considering that he's an underclassmen. Cicotte is a natural shooter with range extending beyond the 3 point line. 

Lorenzo Vitti (6’1", Wing, Divine Child High School)

Vitti may remind you of former University of Michigan star Jimmy King. He's smooth and fast getting up the court. Vitti puts the ball on the floor and goes with no hesitation, which gets him

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