Worth A Look: New York's Kevin Menner

Scout.com's East Coast recruiting expert Mike Sullivan feels that Kevin Menner is worth a look by division one schools ...

He produces. He plays hard. Two perfect sentences to describe the talents of Kevin Menner, a 6-foot-4 swingman from Brooklyn, New York.

Menner is a big part of the Juice All Stars' success. He battles the bigger bodies inside the paint and has no fear in taking the ball to the basket. In other words, he will cause chaos inside for defenders.

Kevin has taken his individual game up North to play in the highly regarded New England Prep League. He will play for hard-nosed coach, Mike Byrnes of the Winchendon School in Massachusetts.

"I have enjoyed it up there," Menner said. "I like it there. I feel I can improve my game too there."

Brian Towey's Scouting Report: Menner is an unsung standout. The 6-foot-4 1/2, 185-pound power forward/small forward is a garbageman type who'll do the dirty work. He boasts a good basketball body and is a capable run-and-jump athlete.

Kevin can also step out and hit the occasional jumper from 12-to-15 feet but gets the majority of his work done within 10 feet of the hoop.

Conclusion: Menner is an effective forward. He should have plenty of division one interest as his season progresses due to his ability to score against bigger defenders.


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