6’4 Sr. Kevin Quinn of Virginia Episcopal School

Back in 2014, Kevin Quinn attended the NC Phenom 150 camp. This is what we had to say about Quinn over two years ago. “Kevin as a combination of skill and athletic ability. He does a lot of things well on the court. Quinn has good size for the combo guard position and can handle, pass and shoot effectively. We really like his upside and potential and could be a surprise player in the 2016 class.”

This past March, Quinn was selected to the Virginia Top 80 camp for the top players in Virginia regardless of class. He has a solid frame and comes onto the court knowing what he is good at. His ability to knock down perimeter shots especially 3-pointers will translate well at the next level and should elevate his recruitment at the collegiate level.

Phenom Hoop staff write Kyle Ellis stated, “Quinn is one of the sharpest 3-point shooters in the state of Virginia. After watching him progress throughout his high school career, he has clearly proven he has what it takes to play at the next level.”

Currently, Quinn owns an offer from VMI and is getting interest from Murray State, Furman, Mercer, and Delaware. He is averaging 12 PPG and 4 RPB and sports an impressive 3.1 GPA. Clearly, he is well grounded and works equally hard in the classroom as well as the basketball court.

This past weekend, VES participated in the National High School Hoops Festival at famed DeMatha High School in Hyattsville, Maryland. Kentucky bounder 6’10 Sacha Killeya Jones put in one of the days best performances according to national scouting guru Clark Francis. VES won 56-53 in overtime. However Clark Francis stated, “The other guy who really stepped up for Virginia Episcopal was 6’4 Kevin Quinn and this sharp shooting 2-guard with a low major future chipped in with 17 points, 6-14 field goals, and 5-13 3-pointers.”

We have tracked the progress and development of Quinn since 2013. He has constantly shown the ability to stretch defenses with his shooting efficiency time and time again. He’s an extremely hard worker and is could be a nice “surprise catch” for a D1 school looking for a big time shooter. His performance on the national stage at the National High School Hoops Festival should be a nice resume enhancer and one to build upon.

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