Kyvin Goodin-Rogers

Kyvin Goodin-Rogers


CLASS: 2013



  • Campbellsville, KYHometown
  • Marion County High School
  • 6-1Height
  • Weight
  • 72Overall Rank
  • 20Position Rank
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ESPN Player Evaluations

Louisville Invitational-Jan. 2012: Playing well. Solid. Nice off side post option. Good size at the 4. Not flashy, just gets the job done. (Clay)

Raatz Fence-Jan 11: This athletic forward is another sophomore who's got more varsity playing time under her belt than most seniors. Listed at 6-1 and meeting that with the help of her shoes and thick socks, she's demonstrating more and more potential for the wing at the next level. The form on her shot and the range that she has shown will force defenders to play her tight and put her in a position to attack more often off the dribble. Despite committing five turnovers, her ballhandling has advanced over the past year and she's more comfortable making reads on the drive rather than making up her mind early as she did in the past. She still needs to be more of an interior force for Marion County to be successful. Her 15 rebounds and five blocked shots are numbers she's capable of putting up against most high school competition and critical for a team that lacks any real size. (Lewis)

Pickerington North-Dec. 2010: Still evolving into a wing but showing more and more potential. She works effectively in the high post and has the ability to take it off the drive or shoot it from the elbow. The ballhandling isn't there yet to play full time on the perimeter but there are flashes. She seems more content to float around the perimeter than establish an inside presence for a team that desperately needs it. It may not be where her future lies but it would be good to see her step up where needed. (Lewis)

Battle in the Boro-July 10: Length and athleticism combine with agility for this 6-1 forward. Willing to post and call for the ball aggressively. Quick moves allow her to finish effectively and her vertical gets her around the rim. She's stepping out away from the paint and becoming more comfortable on the wing. The ballhandling is there but still not a strength yet. She can shoot it comfortably from the perimeter and may well ultimately be looking at the wing to call home. (Lewis)

Derby Classic-July 10: Great combination of size and athleticism which allow her to put the ball on the floor and score from the high post. (Bodine)


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