Goode Enough

George Goode isn't a guy whose received a lot of notoriety on the national level, but the Missouri native is one of the more talented forward in the junior class.

George Goode had his coming-out-party at the Nike Camp this past summer. Now he's looking to send off his coach at Raytown South in style.

The team's hopes took a little bit of a hit recently when one of the team's top players, guard Chris Allen, quit the team. However, with Goode leading the way, Raytown South will still be tough to beat.

Goode, who is long, runs the court well and can shoot the ball from the perimeter, is averaging 19 points per game as Raytown South is 3-1 this year.

Goode, who lives about 45 minutes from the University of Kansas and more than two hours from Missouri, said that the Jayhawks, Baylor and Miami have each offered a scholarship – and that Arkansas has also shown interest of late.

``I really haven't though about it (recruiting) much lately," Goode said. "I haven't set any visits or been to any games."

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