Potential Basketball Blue-Chip Kevon Ferguson
The City of Memphis tends to have more than a fair share of outstanding basketball players.
An up and coming potential blue-chip athlete is Kevon Ferguson, a six-foot, 2-inch combo guard is rising to the opportunity in school and national basketball camps.
His passion for the sport extends from his father Keith Ferguson, who played collegiate basketball. Kevon may have gotten as brighter and earlier start on learning how to play the game, earning a starting position on Middle College High School’s varsity team since the ninth grade. Ferguson also received honors such as 16-A all district teams and Magnolia Heights Basketball Classic All Tournament twice. He earned a spot on the All Metro Team.
In recent months, Ferguson attended the 38th Annual High Potential Blue-Chip Basketball Camp. Among 500 participants, he received recognition as Top Underclassman, being on the camp’s All-State Team. Ferguson also is listed among the top 25 basketball players in Tennessee.
As Ferguson continues to make progress with his basketball skills, there would be several schools trying to encourage him to be a member of their college basketball team. More than 20 universities are currently expressing their interests to recruit Ferguson, including: Texas Tech, Purdue, Northern Illinois, American and Western Kentucky.