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810 Varsity Analysis: Kearney

By By Craig Wind, 810 Varsity, 02/21/21, 7:45PM CST

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Craig Wind scouts and delivers a breakdown of Kansas City area teams and players to 810 Varsity through the upcoming season. Wind formerly wrote for Rivals.com and is the owner-author-founder of Midwest Basketball Recruting Intel, an NCAA-certified recruiting service. Winds sends his reports to 270+ D1 college coaches around the USA on a weekly basis about players who will play basketball at all collegiate levels.

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  • When the Bulldogs decide to run their offense ‘inside-out’ and then get the ball into the post first to KEANON MCNALLY (JR) 6’9” and ASHTON HOLLOWAY (JR) 6’6” before they crank up trey-balls, their offense will flourish like it’s never been before. Not that McNally or Holloway are dynamite low-post scoring threats yet, but the defense has to guard all that size down low and then the shooters push it and kick it and 8 of 14 from the trey line will continue to skyrocket with more wide open looks … 

  • In the meantime, Virginia Millitary Institute  has a commitment from BRENNAN WATKINS, a 5’11” senior sharpshooter and this young man scores the basketball with the best in the metro KC area. Wonderful skills and great character, just not very big nor very athletic. He needs to be patient with the Keydets and embrace the system and the process …  

 

  • BRAXTON BREEDLOVE (JR) 5’10” and TYLER CARR (SR) 5’11” are wonderful compliments to Watkins on the perimeter, they would be the best jump shooters with range on MANY of the area teams had they not grown up as Bulldogs! 

  • Kearney is a team worth keeping both eyeballs on down the stretch in March, if they get hot from deep, watch out!

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