Another top secondary school select is taking his abilities to the G-League, this time diverting down a proposal from the Auburn Tigers.

Scoota Henderson is positioned as the No. 12 generally speaking possibility in the class of 2022. In any case, he has now chosen to rename to the 2021 class where he is positioned now positioned No. 10 generally speaking.

The 6-foot-3 point watchman will sidestep school and sign a G-League Ignite bargain worth $1 million, as indicated by Shams Charania of The Athletic.

Kentucky had beforehand show interest in Henderson yet never offered him a grant.

Henderson won’t be qualified for the NBA Draft for two additional years because of the way that he won’t turn 19 until the time of the 2023 draft.

The G-League way is turning into a more mainstream alternative for tip top secondary school prospects as Henderson joins Jaden Hardy, Michael Foster, and Fanbo Zeng as possibilities from the 2021 class to skip school.

While the quantity of possibilities that choose for take this course is expanding, assuming the NCAA can pass the name, picture, and resemblance rule transforms, we may see a portion of these world class players take the school course, which could be incredible information for programs like Kentucky.

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