Louisville signee Kyle Shook enjoyed her time at the McDonald's All-American game; had 2 points and 4 rebounds in 13 minutes of action

University of Louisville signee Kylee Shook enjoyed her time at the McDonald's All-American game. She finished with two points, four rebounds, two assists and two blocks in 13 minutes.

Colorado Springs, Colo., Mesa Ridge High School forward Kylee Shook only played 13 minutes of action in the McDonald's All-American game on Wednesday night. But she made the most of her time.

The 6-foot-5 Shook finished with two points, four rebounds, two assists and two blocked shots for the winning West team.

Shook, who is the all-time leader in blocked shots and rebounds in Colorado high school history, competed in the three-point shoot out and said she "really enjoyed her time" in Chicago at the event.

"It's just a great honor to be here to see all of this talent together, both boys and girls," Shook said.

Shook said she has been catching up with her future teammate Ciera Johnson and both have been talking about their time at U of L. Shook said she will arrive in in late May.

"I need to get into the weight room and get stronger and get more confident in myself," Shook said. "(Jeff Walz) wants me to come in and be able to play and not be weak. I just need to work on my strength."


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