Zion Harmon, a point guard and one of the top 10 sophomores
in the nation, has transferred to Marshall County High School. Harmon
played for Adair County last year and averaged 32.7 points. As an eighth grader he helped lead Bowling Green to the state championship.
Harmon currently has offers from Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Southern Methodist, and Stephen F. Austin. But his father, Mike Harmon, says he wants to stay in state and is hoping that Louisville and Kentucky will make scholarship offers. Of course, he'll be going to high school just 20 minutes away from one of the top mid-major programs in the country.
So, who knows? Maybe he'll become a Racer fan and pick Murray State.
Mike Harmon also says that his son is doing everything possible to reclassify and finish high school in 2020 instead of 2021.