Monday, June 25, 2012

Kentucky's 2012 Class (Boy's) Where Are They Going?

I've put together a list of where many of the top 2012 players from Kentucky will be playing next year. There are some that I couldn't find a destination for. If there are any omissions, errors, etc. let me know and I'll fix that.


Taylor Barnette (Lexington Christian Academy) - Virginia

Ryan Taylor* (Hargrave Military Academy, formerly Western) - Marshall

Tamron Manning (Scott County) - Marshall

MeKale McKay (Moore) - Arkansas (Football/Basketball)

Desmond Dorsey (Jeffersontown) - Missouri State West Plains

Jaylen Beckham (Bryan Station) - Samford

Jalen Wesson Palm (Butler) - Monmouth

Jaysean Paige (Perry County) - College of Southern Idaho

Adam Wing (Rowan County) - Evansville

Jay Johnson (Woodford County) - Tennessee Tech

Nathan Dieudonne (Louisville Trinity) - Boston

Isiah Ivey (Scott County) - Gardner-Webb

Jamie Carr (Fern Creek) - Southeastern Illinois College

Charles Foster (Louisville Trinity) - Lee Academy

Twin Lancaster (Logan County) - Western Kentucky

Daniel Ross (Jeffersontown) - Northeast Mississippi CC (Football)

Tyler Wesley (Oldham County) - Centre College

Zach Fardo (Bishop Brossart) - Thomas Moore College (Baseball)

Mike Terry (Fairview) - Undecided

Greg Minor Jr. (Jeffersontown) - Indiana University Southeast

Dominique Hagans (Southeastern Illinois, formerly Lafayette) - Eastern Kentucky

Donovan Halsel (Warren Central) - Western Kentucky (Track)

Orlando Rutledge (Lake Land College, formerly Fern Creek) - Tennessee Martin

Troy Saxton (Louisville Trinity) - University of Alabama-Huntsville

Elijah Pittman (Lamar State College, formerly of Holmes) - Marshall

Devon Rowan (North Oldham) - Kaskaskia College

Max Clemons (Pleasure Ridge Park) - Bellarmine

D.J. Townsend (Rowan County) - Georgetown College

Alan Bopper Stenzel (George Rogers Clark) - Georgetown College

Matt Day (Buckhorn) - University of Virginia at Wise

Jeril Taylor (PRP) - Rend Lake College

Cortez Macklin (PRP) - Rend Lake College

Dontel Rice (Holmes) - Gulf Coast CC

Cory Gregg (Ashland Blazer) - Black Hawk College-East

Jonathan Barger (Knox Central) - Undecided

Jordan Brewer (Bardstown) - Charis Prep

O'Brien Hobbs (Fern Creek) - Cincinnati State

Jermaine Rutley (North Hardin) - Kaskaskia College

Jauan Akins (North Hardin) - Kaskaskia College

Adam Hendrix (North Hardin) - Lincoln Trail College

Josh Page (Paul Lawrence Dunbar) - Kentucky Christian University

Taylor Howard (George Rogers Clark) - Asbury College

Darius Gibson (Tates Creek) - Eastern Arizona CC

Tyler Black (Mason County) - Jackson State CC

Adam Fatkin (George Rogers Clark) - Rockhurst University

Parker Stansberry (Dixie Heights) - Transylvania University

Joe Jennings (Bishop Brossart) - Transylvania University

Sawyer Williams (Owen County) - Morehead State

Brian Stone (Collins) - Malone

LeMon Gregory (Muhlenberg County) - Angeline College

William Bryant (Moore) - Kaskaskia

Percy Blade (Eastern) - Western Kentucky

Anthony Myrks (Bardstown) - Berea College

Tanner Broughton (Barbourville) - Union College

Anthony Parrish Jr. (Fern Creek) - Bellarmine

Quentin Ellis (Glasgow) - Angelina College

Andrew Kinney (Central Hardin) - Spalding

Daquan Boyd (Moore) - Kaskaskia College

Jermaine Lee (Christian County/Fern Creek) - Southeastern Illinois

Trevor Hunt (Grant County) - Kentucky Christian

Jared Rering (Pendleton County) - Kentucky Christian

Gabe Antrobus (Pendleton County) - Kentucky Christian

Montez Buford (Iroquois) - Rend Lake College

Stephon Bryant (Doss) - Rend Lake College

Rex White (Doss) - Laramie College

Jonathan Finch (Christian Academy) - Lindsey Wilson

Tyler Stocking (Christian Academy) - Asbury

Jagos Lasic (Morgan County) - Cincinnati Christian College

Logan Baumann (Ohio County) - University of Louisville (walk-on)

John O'Bryan (Madison Central) - Rockford College


List compiled from Rivals, Scout and ESPN recruit databases and via the All-State teams of The Associated Press, Louisville Courier-Journal and the Lexington Herald Leader. Also had help from Bluegrass Basketball  and Jody Demling with some additional players.

*Ryan Taylor is technically from Indiana, however he did spend his senior year in Kentucky and played with the Kentucky All-Stars so I've listed him here anyways.

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