Zion Harmon visits Kentucky

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    Zion Harmon visits Kentucky

    2021 Point Guard Zion Harmon who plays for Adair County and is ranked the #1 player in the nation for his class visited Kentucky yesterday unofficially. He will also be attending Big Blue Madness on October 13th. Louisville and Vanderbilt are also suppose to come visit him in Columbia, KY sometime soon.
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    I thought his visit was canceled for some family issues.

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    That was Zion Williamson who's visit was canceled.

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    Vandy won't be getting Harmon... I'm not sure Louisville can either.

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    Ok. How old is this kid? Can we see his birth certificate? He appears to be a little older than his peers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKY Bandit View Post
    Ok. How old is this kid? Can we see his birth certificate? He appears to be a little older than his peers.
    KHSAA has presumably seen his birth certificate and approves. Case closed.

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    He turned 15 in March. So he will be 16 at the end of his freshman year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACfan4 View Post
    He turned 15 in March. So he will be 16 at the end of his freshman year.
    Does this mean he will lose his final year of high school eligibility or can you play at 19?

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    Quote Originally Posted by All In View Post
    Does this mean he will lose his final year of high school eligibility or can you play at 19?
    If he doesn't turn 19 until the end of his senior year, he will be fine.

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    Thought I read he played for Bowling Green?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StickerMann View Post
    Thought I read he played for Bowling Green?
    He transferred to Adair Co this year, played for Bowling Green last season.

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    I have known of many that play when they are 19. About any held back player is going to be 19 years old.

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    Just amazing to think that starting my senior of high school playing varsity basketball I was 16 years old (turned 17 in September) and we have kids turning 16 as a freshman. I would of died for 2 more years of high school basketball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACfan4 View Post
    I have known of many that play when they are 19. About any held back player is going to be 19 years old.
    Depending on how weather shakes out, my daughter could turn 19 before she graduates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACfan4 View Post
    2021 Point Guard Zion Harmon who plays for Adair County
    "...will play for" is probably more accurate since he has yet to play in a game for Adair County.

    Wish this young man a lot of luck, good health, and hope that he is surrounded with family members that truly have his best interest at heart. He has an amazing opportunity out in front of him if he keeps pulling the right level at each fork in the road.

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