"Kevin is a very rugged inside player, has great hands and a knack for the ball," said Team NJABC head coach Matt Pauls.
Pauls added: "He has great post moves, and because he is a lefty he throws defenders off a bit. Has been hurt a bit lately, but as he recovers, he has tremendous upside."
Kevin's game also features the ability to knock down a medium range jumper. However, like all high school players, he's working on some areas of his individual game.
"He can improve on his ballhandling and quickness," said Pauls.
Pauls continued: "He is new to the grassroots scene, but without a doubt has the potential to be a great player."
It's likely that schools that have followed the players at Team NJABC will take a hard look at Kevin's game over the next few months. Certainly, schools like Fairfield, Fordham, Stony Brook, etc. will take a look at Kevin's game.