After four years of being on the varsity team and soaking up the priceless and invaluable moments of being on a multiple time championship state team, Keyons now more experienced and better prepared for whatever obstacles he endures along his already prosperous and successful hoops journey.
After a breakout senior year and a stand out summer highlighted with monster performance after monster performance, Keyon has put himself in rare air, garnering nationwide spotlights. This attention has aligned Keyon with multiple basketball opportunities and has propelled him into a social media hoop star. The 6’2 170 lb guard is just another prime example of Michigan’s production when it comes to developing talent.
On November 10th the official ‘Washington Men’s Basketball’ Twitter sent out a tweet that read:
Welcome to Seattle, @TheCh0sen0ne_!
as Keyon retweeted followed up with Purple Hearts showing his already growing love and appreciation for the program and it’s respective colors. That tweet was essentially a prideful double down from Kenyon, not only where countless sport outlets reporting the signing but Keyon himself posted to the world confirming his next anticipated move. Keyon looks to be the latest Washington star as the program has produced NBA talents like Nate Robinson, Isaiah Thomas, Markelle Fultz, Dejounte Murray, and many more.
Flint has a long list of great athletes, with names ranging from Andre Rison, Monte Morris, to Claressa Shields all being successful in their respective fields.
Will the underrated Keyon be the next Beecher star?
Notable stats and accomplishments:
- Division 3 Player of the Year
- Senior season averages of 26 pts, 9.3 ast, 6.6 stls, and 4.3 rbs
- Led EYBL in scoring at 22 ppg on 46.7 %
- 2021 Division 3 State Champ
- 37 points in a championship game, most ever by a Beecher player
Check out Keyons latest performance:
Facebook: Keyon Menifield Jr.