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Neuqua Valley’s Kyle Carrabine: A Prospect With Upside

Brian Stinnette
May 14, 2003

Neuqua Valley’s Kyle Carrabine, one of the best shooters in the state of Illinois, has tremendous upside potential to his game. He could develop into an outstanding basketball prospect.

The 6-7 Carrabine routinely torches his opponents with long-range bombs launched from beyond the three-point arc. During the high school season, Carrabine showed the uncanny ability of being able to come in cold off of the bench, and then immediately begin drilling jump shots.

Carrabine told Chicago Hoops that he believes his ability to “catch and shoot” is the strongest part of his game right now. He is actively working hard to get stronger. Carrabine is also placing emphasis on improving his ability to beat his man off the dribble.

The addition of strength, and improved ballhandling to Carrabine’s game, could send his stock soaring. Carrabine is a prospect with a lot of upside to his game.

Butler, Ball State, Dayton, Indiana State, Eastern Illinois, Bradley, Rice, Wisconsin-Green Bay, Lehigh, Yale and Princeton are among the schools that have shown an interest in Carrabine.

Carrabine plays on the AAU circuit with Troy Johnson’s Illinois Wolves.