Tyler Herro proved to be one of the country’s most prolific scorers in 2018 averaging over 30 points per contest.
The 6-foot-5 guard from Wisconsin will join a loaded 2018 class at Kentucky. Herro will have some stiff completion in the backcourt with McDonald’s All-Americans Immanuel Quickley and Keldon Johnson along with Ashton Hagans, who reclassified from the Class of 2019. Returning freshman Quade Green is also set to make a big leap in his second season with Kentucky.
Herro will likely be John Calipari’s top instant offense option for the Wildcats. Whether that means Herro is inserted into the starting line-up or becomes a crucial rotational piece, Kentucky fans will be in for a show show every time he hits the floor.
Enjoy this look at Herro’s Top 5 Plays of his senior season at Whitnall High School.