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Quentin Goodin has yet to play a second as a high school freshman.
However, the national media has already taken notice of the Taylor County Cardinal, who averaged 11.1 points (hitting 30 three-pointers and 72.5 percent from the charity stripe) as a starting guard for TCHS as an eighth grader, has completed most of his summer tour on the hardwood.
Goodin attended the invitation-only John Lucas International in Houston where he was ranked 17th out of 120 players from this country and internationally.
Then it was on to the Fab Frosh All-American Camp in Suwanee, Ga. where he was rated 26th, 28th and 30th by three different scouting services and the sixth overall shooting guard. This camp consisted of the top 120 players in the United States.
Goodin then was at the HoopScoop All-Camp in Louisville where he was chosen the 12th best player out of 120 players nationwide.
The 6-2 Goodin heads to Orlando Friday through next Thursday for the 14-and-under AAU National Tournament. He’ll finish up his summer at the Purdue Elite Camp in August and may go to the John Lucas Midwest Camp in Louisville in October.
Evan Daniels the national recruiting analyst for Scout.com says that the Boilermakers already like Goodin.
“Quentin Goodin is receiving preliminary interest from Purdue, UAB and Eastern Kentucky.”
Future 150 reporter Tyler Mounce says, “Western Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky, Purdue, UAB, and Dayton are some of the early suitors vying for this young point guard’s talent at this time.”