Guy is growing as a player

Sophomore Kyle Guy is one of the top players in Indiana's 2016 class.

At Indianapolis (Ind.) Lawrence Central, Kyle Guy is being asked to run the show as a sophomore. The 6-foot-1 scorer is one of the top prospects in the Hoosier State in 2016, and this season he is showing growth as a player.

"I think the season is going really well," said Guy. "We are really maturing as a team and we have had a couple of humps in the road, but we have played probably the toughest schedule in the state, so I am just proud of how we are maturing."

Last year Guy was a role player for Lawrence Central, but this year he has taken on more of a leadership role, and he feels his game has grown because of it.

"I think I have improved on all aspects of my game, especially my confidence," Guy explained. "I feel like even with a target on my back I have been playing well."

Recruiting wise Guy has offers from Purdue and Indiana, and then also schools like Butler, Michigan, Michigan State, Xavier, Ohio State, Notre Dame, and Northwestern are showing interest in him.

One school that Guy is very familiar with is Butler. He has visited the school a few times, and is developing a good relationship with the coaches there.

"I really like Coach (Michael) Lewis and Coach (Brandon) Miller," noted Guy. "Coach Miller is going to be really good there, and I like Butler a lot. I feel like I fit their system well."

Another school that Guy has seen is Indiana, and he likes the Hoosiers program quite a bit.

"I feel like they are going through some growing pains, but I feel like they have been playing well lately, and I like the coaches and the whole atmosphere down there," said Guy of Indiana.

For now Guy is in no hurry to make a decision, but he is taking visits and hopes to gain a lot of information about all of his potential schools over the next year.


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