Justin McKoy promises from Panther Creek to Virginia

– Justin McKoy, six senior Panther Creek High School, will play for Virginia, according to jobs on his Instagram account.

"This time I got it right," McKoy said on Instagram. "I chose a school that will improve me as a player not only, but as a man of God as well."

“First of all I would like to pay tribute to my lord and Savior Jesus Christ, without him, I would have nothing! I do not really know where to start. and downs, "McKoy wrote as he went on to thank his coaches.

McKoy was released from his secret letter to Penn State last month. Since then, he has collected offers from NC State, North Carolina and Virginia. He visited the national Cavaliers final this weekend.

McKoy is a 6-foot-8, 225 pound small forward, and a member of the Class in 2019. As a senior person, he is double double with 24.6 points and 10.6 rebounds per game. McKoy is also posted 3.4 helps, 1.6 blocks, and 1.3 steals per game for the Catamounts. It is the primary full-time school scorer with 2,054 career points.

McKoy is a state-of-the-art option, named as the district player of the year by the N.C. Basketball Coaches Association. and a finalist for the HighSchoolOT Honors Boys Basketball Player of the Year.

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Panther Creek completed the season with an overall record of 24-6 and a 7-3 mark in the Tri-6 Conference. The Catamounts went on to the third round of state games in which they lost Wakefield 76-73.

There are many offers on board for McKoy. North Carolina Schools are stretched by Appalachian States, Campbell, NC State and UNC-Greensboro. McKoy also has offers from Charleston College, FIU, George Mason, Hampton, Hofstra, Kansas State, Lehigh, Louisiana Tech, McNeese State, Central Tennessee State, Murray State and Saint Louis.


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