Upstate Guard Has More D-1 Interest

Reporter Mike Sullivan has the story on upstate guard Kelvin Agee ...

Kelvin Agee, a 6-foot-2 backcourt player from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, has seen list list expand since he had a solid summer.

Agee, who performed well at the New York State Empire State tournament, led his team with 31 points to guide the Western group to its first Gold Medal since 2001.

Agee knocked down seven three-pointers in one game too. He had a total of 13 threes in the event and averaged 27 points a game.

Due to his above published achievements, Agee now has more division one programs interested in him. The list includes Fairfield, Niagara, Northeastern, St. Francis of Pennsylvania, Rider, and Hofstra.

The list grew not only due to Kelvin's terrific play but the upside he has in his individual game.

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