Upstate Guard Prospect Shines In Tournament

Reporter Mike Sullivan has an update on upstate prospect Kelvin Agee, who had an impressive tournament ...

Kelvin Agee, a 6-foot-2 backcourt player from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, recently had a terrific Cataract Classic tournament.

Agee, a current senior who also had a wonderful summer, elevating his chances to play division one basketball in the future, helped his high school defeat Mother Theresa and Rush-Henrietta.

Agee produced 34 points and grabbed 12 rebounds against Mother Theresa. Against a very competitive team in Rush-Henrietta (Dane Miller, Rutgers prospect), Niagara Falls won 77-67. Agee had another terrific game, scoring 28 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.

Buffalo, Canisius, Niagara, Central Connecticut State, Northeastern and Youngstown State are the schools showing interest in Agee's skills.


Kelvin Agee has the ability to score from anywhere on the court as evidenced by the points he produces on a nightly basis.

He'll damage a zone defense. He's still open in his recruiting process.


1. Agee sparked his team to a Gold Medal in the Empire States game. He led all scorers with 31 points a game.

Agee's perimeter game shines as he dropped in 13 three-pointers during the event.

2. Kelvin averaged 23 points and nine rebounds per game in the Can/Am tournament.

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