Last week we took a look at the state's top seniors, now it's time to take a look at the state's top juniors. The junior class took a hit over the summer, when Lexington Catholic's Jaylen Beckham decided to transfer to prep school. However, the class still appears to be solid.
1. Tameron Manning - Scott County
Manning has scholarship offers from Akron, eastern Kentucky, James Madison and Marshall.
2. Devon Rowan - North Oldham
Rowan (pictured) is one of the top post players in the state, regardless of class.
3. MeKale McKay - Moore
McKay emerged as a top prospect, after playing well over the summer.
4. Desmond Dorsey - Jeffersontown
Dorsey figures to be a major contributor on a very strong Jeffersontown squad.
5. Charles Foster - Trinity
Foster recently picked up a scholarship offer from eastern Kentucky.
6. Taylor Barnette - Lexington Christian
Barnette is one of the state's top outside shooters.
7. Nathan Dieudonne - Trinity
The 6-foot-6 Dieudonne is one of the 7th Region's top post players.
8. Mike Terry - Fairview
Terry should be one of the 16th Region's top scorers.
9. Isaih Ivey - Scott County
Manning and Ivey should keep Scott County competitive.
10. Matt Day - Buckhorn
Day averaged over 18 points and 10 rebounds per game last season.
11. Jermaine Rutley - North Hardin
12. B.J. Moore - Sheldon Clark
13. Jalen Wesson - Butler
14. Jay Johnson - Wooford County
15. Daniel Ross - Jeffersontown
16. Jordan Brewer - Bardstown
17. Adam Wing - Rowan County
18. Zach Davis - Knott County Central
19. Max Clemons - Pleasure Ridge Park
20. Troy Saxton - Trinity
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