Northern Kentucky Player of the Year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Red View Post
    I questioned the hype around CJ earlier in the year, and thought Kunkel a better player. Lately, I see the AAU hype for CJ is for real. He has taken it up a few notches from the last 4 or so games I've seen. He is as fun to watch as Kunkel when he plays with this focus and intensity, and he may be a better shooter.
    The above simply says you didn’t see CJ enough to form an opinion. He has been consistent the entire season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestUnited View Post
    Facts are Facts!
    1- C.J. plays the hardest schedule in state
    2- C.J. has better season averages
    3- C.J. stats against like opponents not even close
    4- CJ was better in combined head to head.
    5. C.J. has one regional loss. Kunkel has two
    As foolish as some of your comments have been... you completely lost me with #5.

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    Cooper lost to a team Cov Cath beat by 20+. I have put facts on here about Frederick! Still waiting for someone to post facts why Kunkel! Right now it’s all about people’s opinions.

    Will the real player of the year please stand up!

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    CJ is a very good player that benefits from being surrounded by other very good players and a system built perfectly for him. He's not as good as his supporters think but he's not as bad as his detractors would suggest.....but somewhere in the middle. Watching the game last night I was much more impressed by his team. A.J. makes them something different on a different level defensively.

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    Give them Co-Player of the Year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dognation2 View Post
    CJ is a very good player that benefits from being surrounded by other very good players and a system built perfectly for him. He's not as good as his supporters think but he's not as bad as his detractors would suggest.....but somewhere in the middle. Watching the game last night I was much more impressed by his team. A.J. makes them something different on a different level defensively.
    Isn't the system always designed around the best player? Does Sully have the ball in AK's hands most of the time?

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    Please!!! Let this madness stop!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelPops View Post
    Isn't the system always designed around the best player? Does Sully have the ball in AK's hands most of the time?
    Yes, but some systems fit other kids better. This system is perfect for CJ's skill set. A ton of screens from some very good players. Everyone on his team has to be accounted for. It's difficult to double team this group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Rude View Post
    Please!!! Let this madness stop!!!!
    Lol, I'll oblige.

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    NKAC coaches meeting was this morning. I was told Kunkel and Fredrick Co-player of year as voting ended in a tie as voted on by D1 coaches which includes, Cooper, CovCath, Conner, Ryle, Boone County, Campbell County, Scott, Dixie Heights, and Simon Kenton. (you can't vote for your own player)

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    Quote Originally Posted by I gotta go to work View Post
    NKAC coaches meeting was this morning. I was told Kunkel and Fredrick Co-player of year as voting ended in a tie as voted on by D1 coaches which includes, Cooper, CovCath, Conner, Ryle, Boone County, Campbell County, Scott, Dixie Heights, and Simon Kenton. (you can't vote for your own player)
    I think a tie is fitting.

    If your list is correct... Did a school not vote, or did someone other than AK or CF receive a vote?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dognation2 View Post
    Yes, but some systems fit other kids better. This system is perfect for CJ's skill set. A ton of screens from some very good players. Everyone on his team has to be accounted for. It's difficult to double team this group.
    I'm not clear on what point you are making in the POY debate. Are you saying CJ benefits more from the CCH system than Kunkel does from the Cooper system? Does Sully not run Kunkel off of screens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow Card View Post
    I think a tie is fitting.

    If your list is correct... Did a school not vote, or did someone other than AK or CF receive a vote?
    With two strong candidates and knowing the vote was going to extremely close I wonder how SUlly and Ruthsatz voted since they couldn't vote for their guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelPops View Post
    With two strong candidates and knowing the vote was going to extremely close I wonder how SUlly and Ruthsatz voted since they couldn't vote for their guy.
    The 8th dude on Villa probably finished 3rd with 2 votes. Ha....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestUnited View Post
    After looking at stats CJ Frederick, he should run away with Player of the Year in Northern Kentucky.

    Stats for the Year:
    CJ Frederick ( Covington Catholic):
    22.5 ppg. 57.4% FG 48.8% 3FG 83.7 % FT

    Non 9th Region Schedule:
    Lexington Catholic, Cincinnati Moeller, Cincinnati La Salle,Ensworth, Ballard, Fern Creek, Florida Prep, Leesburg, Pickerington Central , Oak Hill, IN, Middletown, Roger Bacon, Boyle County and Madison Central
    Many of those of those Non Kentucky schools are listed as the top schools in the class. One of the toughest schedules in the state.

    Stats against Northern Kentucky Schools:
    25.0 ppg. 63% FG 55% 3pg 86 % FT
    You also have to consider that he isn't play the full game against a lot of these NKY teams.

    Those stats are unreal. Many consider him one of the best to ever play at Covington Catholic. Those stats prove that he might be one of the best in Northern Kentucky in a long time. To me its a no brainer .
    Nky is blessed to have two of the best players in the state in him and Kunkel. However imo them two are not even the best player in NKY in the last 5 years. Imo that would be James Beetle Bolden from Holmes. CJ and Kunkel are great, but imo it has not been a long time since we seen guys as good as them. In fact it's been less than 3 years.

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