Top 10 Players in the state right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Holiday fan View Post
    Johnson from all reports had a great summer. He may be alone this year as his sidekick may not be eligible
    What have I missed here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SECRules View Post
    Great list of impressive young men and programs.

    It's hard to believe that there is only one boy from from Louisville and no one from Lexington. Any potential sleepers in those two towns?
    Can't speak to Lexington, but both the 6th & 7th regions which comprise Louisville have returning players from 2016/17 1st team All Region honors as voted by the coaches in those respective regions.

    In the 7th somebody already mentioned the super talented Jay Scrubb and of course his teammate David Johnson is clearly a Top 10 player as he is ranked in the Top 50 in the country. The only other non-senior 1st team 7th region pick was Pierce Kiesler from St. X who was the leading scorer in the local All Star game at Bellarmine for rising juniors in June.

    In the 6th region Anthony Wales returns as the 2nd leading overall vote getter behind his FC teammate and POY, Chance Moore. Wales had previously received 1st team honors after his sophomore season, so he has a chance at his 3rd consecutive year as an All 1st team selection in the 6th. That does not happen often in Louisville. As a lead guard, his Fern Creek HS team was 35-3 and his Adidas Louisville Magic team was 8-0 during the Gold Gauntlet circuit in the spring until he suffered a broken foot in early May. He is very good leading talented teams, but he deserves the credit of being a very talented PG. He is committed to D1 Samford.
    Ahmad Price was the 5th leading vote getter after being a 2nd team selection his sophomore season. Both he and Wales have been starters upon entering high school which also does not happen often at the larger public schools in Louisville. Price was a leading contributor with his HoopDreams 17U team all spring & summer. These two teammates at Fern Creek each have played a major role in leading FC to an average of nearly 25 wins/season since they have arrived. Ahmad has held D1 offers and interest early in his HS career.
    Trey Hill obtained the sixth most votes last season after sitting out most of his previous season after his transfer from Fern Creek. He is expected to help PRP make a run for the 6th region title his senior season. Trey has multiple D1 offers, including EKU, while also playing well for Team Vision and an Under Armor team in Indianapolis, G3 Grind.
    Curt Lewis was right behind Trey Hill in voting and Luke Ezell followed him as the only other two underclassmen on the 1st team. Both are very fun to watch and will need to have great seasons to carry their respective teams to a regional title.

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    Kyle Rode from LCA is good, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WKY View Post
    What have I missed here?

    I assume cager may have eligibility issues? I would be shocked... I've been a hoptown fan for many many years. We never have kids miss because of academics. And I can't think of any other reason why he would be ruled ineligible. We proved we have a high tolerance for these types of things last year..

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    When they are referring to Johnson I think they are referring to David Johnson at Trinity and his running mate Jay Scrubb being possibly ineligible. Not Jalen Johnson and Stephen Cager being ineligible.

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