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Kai Sotto moves up to 68th in ESPN's Top 100 high school players; now a four-star recruit
by Niel Victor Masoy, January 26, 2020 1:48am
Kai Sotto continues to raise his case as one of the best high school players in the United States of America.
In the recently released ESPN'S top 100 high school players of class 2020, Sotto is now ranked as the 68th best cager and 11th best among the centers of his batch.
Sotto is now also classified as a four-star recruit.
The 7-foot-2 Sotto was at the 76th spot in the previous ranking by ESPN.
Recently, the 17-year-old Filipino sensation, led his The Skill Factory (TSF) team to the championship in the King Invitational tournament in Atlanta.
Sotto bagged the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award of the said tourney with averages of 27.0 points, 10.6 rebounds, 4.3 blocks, and 3.0 assists.
Sotto's fine play has also turned the heads of top collegiate basketball programs in the US.
Last year, Sotto paid an unofficial visit at the University of Kentucky where he conversed with the Wildcats’ coaches John Calipari and Kenny Payne.
He then made an official visit at the Georgia Tech University and even wore the schools’ jersey as he posed for a picture with Yellow Jackets coach Josh Pastner.
Earlier this month, Sotto paid an unofficial visit at the Auburn University - another NCAA Division I school - as well.
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