Who to Watch at the KHSAA State Tournament

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    Michael Moreno of Scott County would be at the top of my list.
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    I am biased (wky guy), but if you haven't seen the tandem of Cager/Johnson, they are really, really good, and they seem to be getting better. Cager averages 19 and Johnson 22 against BGP top 20 teams this season (8 games). The Fern Creek matchup is going to be a fantastic game to be at. I would make the argument they will be the best backcourt in the state next year.

    Also, 7 footer Chris Vogt from Graves County changes the whole strategy for teams. Unfortunately, you will have to see him in the 1st round because they don't have the overall talent to beat Bowling Green. It will be interesting to see how Harmon handles not being able to go inside.

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    Kunkel from Cooper and Ohmer from Scott for sure, but Zion Harmon is the #1 ranked prospect his grade IN THE COUNTRY... definitely worth time to check him out....

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    Excited to see Harmon, Ohmer, and the Moreno kid. There are others that I've heard about, but those are just 3 that come to mind. Should be a fun week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silo11 View Post
    I am biased (wky guy), but if you haven't seen the tandem of Cager/Johnson, they are really, really good, and they seem to be getting better. Cager averages 19 and Johnson 22 against BGP top 20 teams this season (8 games). The Fern Creek matchup is going to be a fantastic game to be at. I would make the argument they will be the best backcourt in the state next year.

    Also, 7 footer Chris Vogt from Graves County changes the whole strategy for teams. Unfortunately, you will have to see him in the 1st round because they don't have the overall talent to beat Bowling Green. It will be interesting to see how Harmon handles not being able to go inside.
    Harmon went 6/8 from three in the region finals, so there'd be a chance that's how he handles it. But with BG, it doesn't matter how tall the trees are, they get inside. Even if they're driving and dishing to another guy at the rim.

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    From Northern Kentucky Cooper & Scott, the best players right now are:

    Sean McNeil-Cooper
    Adam Kunkel- Cooper
    Jake Ohmer-Scott

    Others from these teams to watch:

    Nelson Perrin-Scott
    Dante Hendrix- Cooper

    If either of these teams are going to make a run at it, these players will have to play well.

    Both teams have solid role players also, such as:

    Chris McNeil-Cooper
    Blaine Walters-Cooper
    Brayden Runion-Cooper
    Chad Ohmer- Scott


    Scott and Cooper also have good coaches, Steve Fromeyer and Tim Sullivan. Sullivan is a really good one. Fromeyer in his first year as Varsity coach for Scott, and I believe he'll prove to be the real deal as well.

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    Some people on here are promoting their own children... I like to see that! Get their names out there. This is one heck of a tournament to prove your skill sets and value as a player. Hope they ALL do well!

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    Great feedback. I sincerely appreciate everything that has been posted. This helps get me oriented to the kids from each team. Also good insight of which games are expected to be the best match-ups. I'll be at all games, so I will not miss any of the action.

    I cant wait to see Harmon, he must be an incredible athlete.

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