Kelvin Agee, a 6-foot-2 backcourt player from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, is likely to have a big senior season in 2008-2009.
Kelvin comes off a big summer in which he elevated his play in some big events. While his recruiting list recently changed due to two schools landing prospects at his position, he is still regarded as a player to watch in the upcoming year.
Agee has shown the ability to score points in bunches. While his frame needs to be strengthened like most high school guards, he possesses the skill to bury the long ball.
Currently, Agee has recruiting interest from Niagara, Buffalo, Northeastern, Canisius, and Central Connecticut State.
Fairfield and Rider were the two programs that recently dropped out of the recruiting process after receiving commitments from players who compete at a similar position as Agee does, according to the coaching staff at Niagara Falls High School.
Agee is open in his recruiting process and is likely to be watched extensively over the next few months.
PREVIOUS ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN KELVIN AGEE'S SUMMER:
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.