North Charleston, SC (Future150) -- R.B. Stall High School (SC) senior Kaylon Washington is used to not being in the spotlight. The soft-spoken, extremely intelligent young athlete is a player who easily can be forgotten on the court, due to his quiet demeanor.
That, however, is about to change. The 6'3" shooting guard used a standout Future150 National Camp performance to cement his status as a late blooming prospect who is just beginning to scratch the surface of his potential.
The Top 40 All-Star selection had a solid season at Stall last year, averaging eight points, eight rebounds, three assists, and three steals per game.
Now as he heads into his last season playing basketball in the South Carolina Lowcountry, he is looking for more.
Right now, he is receiving interest from Southern Wesleyan University and Guilford College, but his recent play projects that larger schools will come calling soon enough.
"This season, I want to bring my team to the playoffs, maybe even a championship. I also want to bring my averages in points, blocks, steals, and assists up. Last but not least, I want to gain division one college attention and scholarships."
Look for the long-armed defensive star to use this season as a way to showcase all of his skills, and to give a glimpse of just how good of a college player he can become in the future.