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Kennard In High Demand

Kennard In High Demand

COLUMBUS, Ohio --- As one of the best players in the class of 2015, it is no surprise that Luke Kennard is getting a ton of interest from college coaches. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard is having an excellent spring leading his King James Shooting Stars AAU team to some tournament titles, and college coaches continue to track his progress.

"We've been to quite a few tournaments and won a few," said Kennard of the spring. "Our team is looking real good. We have picked up some new players like (2016 phenom) V.J. King, and we are playing pretty well right now." Kennard feels his game is becoming more complete now and he has made some strides with his play since the high school season. "We've been playing open gym and I have improved... Recommended Stories

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