After a junior season in which Franklin's Luke Kennard scored a state-best 41 points per game en route to being named Ohio's Mr. Basketball, the talented wing announced this evening that he'd committed to Coach Mike Krzyzewski and the Duke Blue Devils over Kentucky, Ohio State, Michigan and others. Let's take a closer look at Luke Kennard.
For a player that is arguably the best in Ohio, regardless of class, there aren't too many weaknesses to Kennard's game. As the junior combo-guard was the primary scorer for Franklin all season long, Kennard showed his many talents offensively. However, as we have seen with Duke's shocking loss to Mercer, and Kansas' early exit to Stanford, offense isn't the only thing that matters.
Below are highlights from Kennard's career-high 59-point game in February: