"LeAntwan can get to the basket better than any player that I have seen and I've coached eleven years," said Coach Davidson. "In transition, he can move and angle his body in so many different ways around the basket and make shots. Sometimes, what he does amazes me."
Davidson is not the only coach that is amazed by the talent of Luckett.
"Coaches started noticing me in the 8th grade," said Luckett. "They really thought I was already in high school. I used to play with the older boys in AAU ball."
And the coaches continued to keep an eye on him through the years.
Three of those schools have already offered the talented junior.
"Mississippi State, LSU and Georgia have offered," said Luckett, who is being recruited as a two-guard. "Georgia offered last year and Mississippi State and LSU offered this year. Mississippi State offered during the summer."
As of now, one school had really caught his eye recruiting-wise.
"I like Georgia because I grew up a Georgia fan," said Luckett.
Luckett and his teammates play their next game this Saturday against McClain High School in Lexington, Mississippi.
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