Add Indiana’s Mr. Basketball to Kyle Guy‘s list of accolades.
Guy, a 6’3″, 165-pound senior out of Lawrence Central High School (Indianapolis, IN) and soon-to-be first year at the University of Virginia, received the honor this evening while at the Indiana Sports Awards Banquet. The talented combo guard beat out Butler-bound forward Joey Brunk and Florida State-bound guard C.J. Walker, among others, for the award.
Following a season in which Guy became Lawrence Central’s all-time leading scorer, he becomes the school’s first ever Mr. Basketball recipient. Guy averaged 23.5 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 3.7 assists per game as a senior, leading the Bears to a 19-7 overall record. This performance came after an AAU season in which he earned Adidas All-American honors.
In addition to those honors mentioned above, Guy is a 2016 McDonald’s All-American as well as the 2016 Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year in Indiana.
The past year has obviously been a special one for Guy. Through Twitter, check out a sampling of his top moments…
— LCHSAthletics (@LCHSAthletics) April 29, 2016
EVERYONE TUNE INTO CBS @ 330 pm ET to see me shoot in the national 3 point contest!!pic.twitter.com/EmmuFTgsCI
— King Wavy (@Kyle_Guy24) April 3, 2016
Tune into ESPN @ 9 pm ET and catch the McDonald's All American game pic.twitter.com/T9bp8vqcB4
— King Wavy (@Kyle_Guy24) March 30, 2016
— King Wavy (@Kyle_Guy24) March 17, 2016
— King Wavy (@Kyle_Guy24) February 6, 2016
— King Wavy (@Kyle_Guy24) November 22, 2015
— King Wavy (@Kyle_Guy24) November 12, 2015
— King Wavy (@Kyle_Guy24) July 17, 2015