Taylor County High School sophomore Quentin Goodin recorded a triple-double in last night’s game against Nelson County. Goodin finished with 22 points, 13 assists, and 12 rebounds to lead his team to an 80-50 victory over Nelson County. A University of Michigan assistant coach was in attendance to witness Goodin’s performance.
Goodin is a 6’2″ point guard from Campbellsville, Kentucky. He already has offers from Indiana, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and West Virginia.
Kentucky and Louisville have also expressed interest in Goodin. He has already been in attendance at games for both teams this season. Kentucky assistants have watched him play multiple times over the last few months. John Calipari even watched him play in a game last month at Lexington Catholic High School.
Another player Kentucky may have their eyes on is Lafayette High School senior Jackson Davis. Davis had 42 points, 17 rebounds, and three steals in an 84-69 victory over Henry Clay High School last night.
Davis is a 6’8″ power forward and is one of the top seniors in Kentucky. Although he committed to Rice University, he didn’t sign with them during the early signing period. This means he is free to sign with another school if he so desires.