The 2015 Class in Kentucky

Page 2 of Looking at the list of kids who have signed already in the 2015 class. I cannot remember a better class of basketball players in Kentucky from top to b... 18 comments | 1563 Views | Go to page 1 →

  1. #16

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    This is a great topic btw....I've gotta do some more digging. Without going too far I'd say the 1996 class was pretty strong with Isiah Victor & Lamont Barnes. I'll be back!
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  2. #17

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    The '99 class was very solid too. I think all these kids graduated in '99. Rick Jones(Vandy),Marquis Estill(UK),Chris Shumate(Murray St),AW Hamilton(Wake Forest/Marshall),Josh Graham(VCU),George Baker(DePaul),PRP had 3 D1 kids,Chez Marks(Morehead St),Mike Wells(WKU),Tony Johnson(UAB),Tim Barnes(Iowa St),Alonzo Evans,Petie Spaulding(Chattanooga),Jon Bentley(EKU),Nathan Popp(UNC-G),JR Reynolds(Eastern Illinois),Darrell Arbaugh(Furman), & Joe Sykes(LA Tech

  3. #18

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    the 98 class was also very good....

    JP Blevins - UK
    Todd Tackett - UK
    David Graves - Notre Dame
    Shawn Fields - Georgia/EKU
    JR Van Hoose - Marshall
    Jaron Brown - Pitt
    Erik Brown - UL
    Quinton Bailey - UL
    Wes Burtner - Belmont
    Derek Robinson - Western KY
    Casey Simpson - Western Ky/Campbellsville
    Jermaine Taylor - Gerorgetown College
    Harold Swanagan - Notre Dame
    Kyle Umberger - Morehead St
    Scott Mendenhall - Transy

    Im sure there are others...

    Great thread topic!!!!

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    For the '98 and '99 team, post #2 in the thread below has the guys who played in the State Tournament, then went on to play in college. Pretty incredible lists when looking at the overall depth and talent. '98 was the first year I started attending the whole tournament (at least that I was old enough to remember), and I'm not sure there was a two year stretch better than those classes. Really spoiled me seeing the depth and talent in those years as my first tournaments.

    All Decade State Tournament Team (1990's)

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