6’ 2016 Pat Good is somewhat of a local legend. Last year, as a junior at David Crockett High School in Jonesborough, Tennessee Good averaged 25 Points and 6 Assists per game. Good also was All-Conference, District Player of the Year, and won All-State honors in Tennessee’s 3A Classification.

Behind Good, who is coached by his father John Good, also won their first conference championship since 1984. Furthering his basketball bloodlines, Good’s brother CJ is a starting guard at King’s University CJ Good was King’s second leading scorer at 10 points per game, starting 25 of 30 games during his sophomore season. His sister Johneshia, who played at Milligan College. Her senior season, Johneshia was named Appalachian Athletic Co-Conference Player of the Year.

Fast forward to Good, being that his father is a head basketball coach, his sister was a college conference player of the year, and his brother is a standout college player, it is almost in his blood for him to be a standout basketball player. And many say that Pat, is the best of the bunch.

At this point, Good’s recruitment is starting to take shape. He currently carries offers from Lees-McRae, Naval Academy, Lincoln Memorial, and Kings University. He also has heavy interest from others schools, “App State is showing more interest and Ill visit South Carolina at the end of the month.”

Now that AAU season is over with, and high school basketball has yet to start, Good will look to take some visits, “We should be taking an official visit soon to the Naval Academy (once students get back on campus there). I will also be heading down to South Carolina the last Saturday of the month for their elite camp.”

Playing for his Tennessee Bobcats AAU team Good plays more of a facilitating role, getting his entire team involved and comfortable in the free flowing style. For his high school team, Good is more of a scoring threat within that system. He feels that, he is able to fit into a lot of situations in college, “I think my game and IQ will allow me to adjust to any style I need to. I can shoot it really well, but my ability see the game and set up my team mates is my best skill. I am working hard in the gym at my change of pace and just every overall aspect of game.”

When it comes to making a college decision, Good is pretty open to every school that is interested in him, “Conference or league doesn’t matter, I want to go wherever I can win. All I have ever known is really intense coaches, location doesn’t matter much and I want to major in Engineering or Sports Management.”

As for schools that have shown the most interest, there are a couple that stand out, “South Carolina, Navy, and King are the schools that have shown the most interest. Coach Martin was at a handful of AAU games, Coach D was at AAU games and we stay in contact weekly, the King staff attended AAU games and high school workouts.”

Even with four offers, Good is still falling under the radar. The South Carolina interest is legit as Good played great during team camp there. He is a good passer, can score with deep confident range, and just has an IQ to run the team. Basketball is in his blood.

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