Kahari Beaufort Skills Academy

Posted On: 01/18/21 8:28 AM

The second annual Kahari Beaufort Skills Academy hosted some of the best players from Connecticut. There were three separate sessions with four prospects allowing skills trainer Jaquann Starks, from Revolution Basketball Training of New England, to lock in on each prospect and assist with their overall development. Although the gym was full of talented prospects three players, in my opinion, are destined for long-term success. If you haven’t done so check out Ian Riaf’s write on the top four guards from the skills academy here.

Troy McKoy Troy McKoy 6'5" | SF Windsor | 2023 State #188 Nation | 6’6" Wing-Forward | Winsor HS | 2023

Troy is well known throughout the state of Connecticut but will soon become a high-ranking household name nationwide. Troy is a 6’6" versatile three-level scorer who possesses outstanding athleticism. Being physically advanced for his age Troy uses his size and strength to get downhill and finish at the rim. He showed consistent activity on the offensive end getting to the paint off the dribble or rising up for the pull-up jumper. He showed flashes of his defensive potential displaying his lateral quickness and ability to help on the weak side as a shot blocker.

Brody Limric Brody Limric 6'8" | PF St. Andrews | 2022 State | 6’8" Forward |

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