You can only hold Quentin Goodin down so long, so watch out when he gets up.
The Christian Academy (Knoxville, Tenn.) built a 20-point, first half-lead against Goodin’s Taylor County (Campbellsville, Ky.) squad at the Arby’s Classic in Bristol, Tenn., holding the four-star point guard to two points at halftime, and then the Xavier recruit took over with a series of spectacular plays, including this string of rather ridiculous dunks in a 68-62 comeback victory.
All in all, Goodin scored 22 second-half points to finish with 24 on the evening, adding seven rebounds, seven assists and three steals in the first-round win.
“I try to take advantage every time I can dunk the ball,” Goodin told the Bristol Herald Courier, “because it not only gets myself going, it gets my team going, it gets the bench going, it gets my coaching staff going and it makes us want to play defense and get more stops and get more runs like that because it’s a fun way to play.”
Needless to say, even his future school was impressed by Goodin’s performance: