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Top 25 Class of 2014

Ballard Guard Quentin Snider
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The class of 2014 in the Bluegrass state is loaded with talent. The top prospect is Ballard’s Quinton Snider. The 6-foot-1 point guard has already committed to play for Rick Pitino at the University of Louisville.

1. Quinton Snider, Ballard, 6-1, 150, PG

Snider averaged 19.6 points per game last season, as he led the Bruins to a second place finish in the state tournament. The University of Louisville commit is ranked as the nation’s No. 24 prospect according to Scout. He’s comes in at No. 26 on 247 Sports, No. 29 on Rivals and No. 31 on ESPN.

2. Shane Hall, Johnson Central, 6-8, 200, F

Hall averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds per game last season, as he led the Eagles to a 15th Region championship. He is an athletic forward, who has scholarship offers from Butler, Eastern Kentucky, Indiana State, Tennessee and UAB. Hall is ranked as the nation’s No. 47 prospect according to 247Sports. Rivals has him ranked as the No. 108 player in the country.

3. Jordan Green, Henry Clay, 6-5, 185, G

Green averaged 15.4 points and six rebounds per game last season. He’s ranked as the nation’s No. 153 prospect according to 247Sports. Green currently holds two scholarship offers from Manhattan and New Mexico State.

4. Jackson Davis, Lafayette, 6-8, 220, F

Davis put up huge numbers as a junior, averaging 20.1 points and 11.8 rebounds per game. He currently holds a scholarship offer from Illinois. Several other programs are showing interest as well, including Virginia, Notre Dame, Purdue, Butler, Miami, Minnesota and Florida State.

5. Trey Grundy, Henry Clay, 6-7, 190, F

Grundy averaged 11.5 points and seven rebounds per game last season. Several division I programs are showing interest in Grundy, including Butler, Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Western Kentucky and Xavier.

6. Justin Johnson, Perry County Central, 6-6, F

Johnson averaged 16.3 points and 10 rebounds per game last season. He holds scholarship offers from Eastern Kentucky, Western Kentucky, Southern Miss. and Indiana State.

7. Kelan Martin, Ballard, 6-6, F

Martin averaged 19.1 points and 10.2 rebounds per game last season. He holds offers from Western Kentucky, Tennessee Tech, IUPUI and Murry State.

8. Brandon Hatton, Dixie Heights, 6-2, G

Hatton averaged 23.4 points per game last season. He holds offers from Winthrop and Samford. Hawaii, Butler, Western Michigan and Xavier have also shown interest.

9. David Kapinga, Pulaski Southwestern, 5-10, G

Kapinga holds offers from BYU and Western Kentucky.

10. Christen Cunningham, Henry Clay, 6-1, G

Cunningham averaged 12 points per game last season.

11. Chris Hudson, Hazard, 6-7, F

Hudson averaged 13.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per game last season. Eastern Kentucky, Indiana State and Samford have shown interest.

12. Darion Burns, Fleming County, 5-11, G

Burns averaged 17.3 points per game, as he led Fleming County to 16TH Region championship.

13. Jordan Fox, Jackson County, 5-10, G

Fox has an offer from Miami, Oh.

14. Tony Steward, Fleming County, 6-4, G

Steward led Fleming County in scoring, pouring in 18.4 points per game.

15. Lamontrey Harris, Pleasure Ridge Park, 6-7, F

Harris averaged 13 points and eight rebounds per game last season, as he helped the Panthers win the 6th Region championship.

16. Austin Rentfrow, Marshall County, 6-7, F

Rentfrow averaged 14 points and 8.5 rebounds per game last season.

17. Hunter Shelton, Apollo, 6-5, G

Shelton is one of the state’s best three point shooters.

18. Antonio McDaniels, Pleasure Ridge Park, 6-0, G

McDaniels is one of the quickest guards in the state. He averaged 10 points per game last season.

19. Jaelin Sanford, Louisville Moore, 6-1, G

Sanford will miss the summer with a torn ACL but if he can come back healthy, the Mustangs will be a contender in the 6th Region.

20. D’Angelo Hunter, Pleasure Ridge Park, 6-7, F

Hunter is a long athletic player, who has potential to play at the next level.

21. Cory Thomas, Louisville Fairdale, 6-0, G

Thomas averaged a team high 18.4 points per game

22. Trey Edwards, Hopkinsville, 6-0, G

Edwards averaged 10 points per game last season.

23. Robert Shaw, St. Xavier, 5-10, G

Shaw averaged 14 points per game last season.

24. Brent Bach, Augusta, 6-1, G

Bach was one of the state’s top scorers last season, pouring in 26.5 points per game.

25. Trevor Lewis, Ohio County, 6-2, G

Lewis averaged a team high 16.5 points per game.


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