Despite coming off a hand injury, the 6-foot-2 guard toughed out the event, which consisted of some of the best prospects in the 2016 class.
"I think I did pretty good with a broken hand," Goodin told Scout.com. "I can't still fully go all the way. It's fun. It's a lot of competition. Everyone that is great in the US is here. It's fun."
A solid athlete, Goodin has the ability to play both on and off the ball. He's skilled enough and has a good enough IQ to run a team, but he's also a more than capable scorer attacking the basket and from three.
Goodin recently took an unofficial visit to Kentucky.
"It was real fun," he said about the visit. "I got to meet the coaching staff and the players. I really enjoyed what they did out there. I really felt a part of something. They wanted me and stuff. Overall I liked the trip."
"They wanted me to come to Big Blue Madness, but I don't know if I'm going to go," he added. "I'm probably going to go to the Louisville/Kentucky game and then Butler."
Goodin said Butler has recently turned up their attention and he plans to visit them soon.
"When they came and watched me practice, they really enjoyed me I could tell," he said. "They want me on their campus and to meet their guys."