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2016 Kentucky Guard Making His Move This Spring
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (7:12 AM CT, Sun June 8, 2014)
2016 PG Braxton Beverly is set for a big junior season.
2016 PG Braxton Beverly is set for a big junior season.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Hazard, KY (Future150) -- In the state of Kentucky, Perry County Central High School rising junior Braxton Beverly has been on the radar for several years now. After a big spring Nike EYBL circuit with The Travelers, people outside state lines are beginning to find out just how talented the 6-footer is.

Playing in the most competitive spring league in the country, not only has he helped lead his team to the 2014 Nike Peach Jam set for July, but his overall body of work is impressive as well.

Considering the wealth of talent in the league, his averages of 6.9 points, 3.6 assists, and 2.3 rebounds per game show the consistency of his work on the floor. He has been a steadying force for his team, and his most impressive statistic might just be that he's averaging under two turnovers per contest.

After attending Future150's "The Summit" Camp last weekend for elite freshman and sophomores, he has built on his burgeoning reputation. 

He left the camp as the #5 overall performer after dazzling onlookers with his flashy game. He pairs a high basketball IQ with an innate ability to find ways of scoring the basketball. He's also a fearless attacker and calculated assist man. 

Currently holding offers from Cleveland State, Marshall, Northern Kentucky, Samford & Western Kentucky, expect that list to grow in July when his game shines brightest in front of the plethora of college coaches sitting courtside at the Nike Peach Jam Finals.

In our latest rankings update nationally, Braxton sits at #122 in the country for the 2016 class.


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