Spencer Back at Elliott County?

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    Spencer Back at Elliott County?

    The word is Korbin Spencer has enrolled at Elliott County for his senior season.
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    Good deal. I look forward to following his season.

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    Will he be eligible? I really hope so.

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    That's correct per Aaron Snyder of adi's twitter via Lions coach/ad Greg Adkins.

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    With Colin porter eligible this year as well I look for the Lions to be very hard to beat

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat_fan View Post
    With Colin porter eligible this year as well I look for the Lions to be very hard to beat
    Outstanding backcourt for sure.

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    He’ll be eligible because he’s transferring from a non member KHSAA school

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Great Scorer View Post
    He’ll be eligible because he’s transferring from a non member KHSAA school
    Not correct, can't transfer back from a prep school and be automatically eligible because you coming from a non member school.

    See Trace Young from Huntington Prep and the kid who went back to Waggener from Findlay Prep after a year.

    However the difference between those two and Spencer is, Spencer is going to his home school. Young not sure what his home school was he played at Ohio County, Apollo, Huntington, Cordia and finished at North Hardin. The kid at Waggener, his home school wasn't Waggener even though that is where he went as a freshman before transferring his home school was something else and that is where he would have had to go to be eligible. Waggener appealed and he eventually got eligible late in the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Great Scorer View Post
    He’ll be eligible because he’s transferring from a non member KHSAA school
    Where did he transfer from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    Where did he transfer from?
    Hargrave Military Academy

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    Any highlights on this Kid? Have heard good things about him for along time, but never seen him play...

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    I am surprised he isn't transferring from the Hargrave Senior Center. How old is this kid? I have heard he might be a little old to still be in high school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoopsJohnson View Post
    I am surprised he isn't transferring from the Hargrave Senior Center. How old is this kid? I have heard he might be a little old to still be in high school.
    Everyody states those rumors about everyone held back, same rumor will be started on Collin Porter at Elliott County when he becomes a senior as well.

    Not sure of Korbin Spencer age but he will turn 19 sometime after August 1st this year so he is eligible.

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