Scroll to #5 impressive write up by a highly respected, unbiased national scout The phrase “plays above the rim” rarely applies to a 5’10 point guard. Published shortly Before Kyrell committed The November 11 signing date cannot come soon enough.
I would have loved to have seen what type of interest three-star point guard Kyrell Luc could have drawn while playing with Mass Rivals during the summer.
As a junior at Brimmer & May, the 5-foot-10 point guard was named NEPSAC AA Player of the Year and it doesn't take too long to see why. Luc is an intense competitor and easily one of the most athletic backcourt players in the class of 2021. He has tremendous quickness, plays above the rim and is really difficult to keep from getting to the rim.
In a class thin on point guards, it looks to me like he's a guy who could have seen his stock soar. If I'm an upper level mid major or even a high major, I'm taking some time to research him if I need a point guard because there is something there.
Luc isn't totally without attention. Boston University, Cleveland State, Fairfield, Holy Cross, Milwaukee and a few others have seen enough to make scholarship offers. Should one of them end up with him he looks like he could be a major steal.
In NERR’s updated rankings Kyrell was 5th in Massachusetts and 13th in New England
All 7 of the guys ranked 12-19 who have committed are going to PL or Ivy schools. Most of the guys above 12 who have committed are going to a high major, The possible exceptions are East Carolina (AAC) and Santa Clara (Mountain West).