Unsigned Senior Spotlight - Kevin Constant
Kevin Constant is one of the best available prospects in New England's 2020 class.
He had a decorated high school career at Central Catholic, a strong post-graduate campaign with Tilton, and has been a consistent staple of the DC Blue Devils grassroots program over the years.
Constant is a full academic qualifer and holds full scholarship offers from the likes of Tampa, Le Moyne, and New Haven, with additional interest from other division II and low-major schools.
Post-Grad Year - Tilton School
- 14.6ppg, 5apg, & 5pg
- All-NEPSAC Honorable Mention in Class AA
Senior Year - Central Catholic High School
- 18.5ppg, 8rpg, & 3apg
- Led team to a 21-4 overall record
- Merrimack Valley Conference Most Valuable Player
- Boston Globe Player of the Year
- All-USA Today 1st Team
I want coaches to know that I'll do anything to contribute to the team to get job done. I'm a 'win first" type of guy and love being in the gym working on my game. I love getting to the paint and finishing or looking to dish or kick-out for threes, whatever the right play is in the situation. Over the years, I've improved a lot on my jump-shot and am still looking to improve more as the years go by. Defensively I love getting after it and challenging offensive players, usually guarding the best player of the opposing team. What helps me a lot on that side of the ball is my athleticism and length. I have a six-foot-ten-and-three-quarter wingspan and it comes in handy on defense.
"It all starts with Kevin's work ethic, the kid Loves being in the gym working on his game. Kevin might be one of the most hardworking kids I've coached in my time coaching. He has a very high IQ, understands the game, can score in all 3 Levels and sees the floor very well . What makes Kevin a very elite player is high athleticism and his length. Any program that picks up Kevin is not only getting a talented player but a great kid off the court"
- John Walsh, Head Coach, Central Catholic High School
"His measurables are absolutely off the charts. He has a freakishly long wingspan and equally big hands. He's also a high-level athlete. Defensively, his tools are off the charts and he has the right mentality to maximize them. Offensively, he's always been an effective attacker but his handle is a lot tighter and more crisp than it used to be. His jumper has always been the Achilles of his game, and while it's still a work in progress, he's made very notable strides in that area of his game as well. Opposing defenses are definitely going to have to account for him as a spot-up shooter and given how well he attacks and defends, that's all he needs."
- Adam Finkelstein, ESPN & NERR