6’6 SG from Jeffersontown in KY, was at Christ School in NC last year. He was being recruited by VT, so Odom could be our in if we are looking.
Rivals - 3 star
Scout - 3 star
ESPN - 90 rating 3 star
ESPN player evaluation
[b]Strengths:[/b] Although this left-hander's game is a little unorthodox, Kimbro knows how to score. He is strong and explosive with good size on the perimeter. He can put it on the floor and get it to the rim or he can knock down the pull-up jumper. He has an attacking mentality and is relentless at putting pressure on his defender in both the half court or transition. [b]Weaknesses:[/b] He can be a good defender, but had the tendency to gamble too often looking to make the big play. Average shooter from three point range and that is the next area of his game that he must develop in order to keep defenders honest and from sagging off. Also must develop more of a right hand to give him secondary offensive moves beside going to his left every time. [b]Bottom Line:[/b] Tony is a physical athlete that caused miss-match problems because of his strength and quickness. He's a strong and very athletic wing with a college body. I love his intensity level and his all-around play; he should develop into a solid high major prospect in the 2011 class.NotesTravel Team: Team Loyalty...