In this photo taken on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, Franklin's Luke Kennard, left, drives past the Bellbrook defense in Bellbrook, Ohio. Kennard could have been Mr. Football. Instead, he won the state’s top award in basketball first. The 6-foot-6 Franklin High School junior, also an all-state quarterback, was a unanimous choice as winner of the Ohio Associated Press Mr. Basketball award, emblematic of the best boys player in the state.
In this photo taken on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, Franklin's Luke Kennard, left, drives past the Bellbrook defense in Bellbrook, Ohio. Kennard could have been Mr. Football. Instead, he won the state’s top award in basketball first. The 6-foot-6 Franklin High School junior, also an all-state quarterback, was a unanimous choice as winner of the Ohio Associated Press Mr. Basketball award, emblematic of the best boys player in the state. AP
In this photo taken on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, Franklin's Luke Kennard, left, drives past the Bellbrook defense in Bellbrook, Ohio. Kennard could have been Mr. Football. Instead, he won the state’s top award in basketball first. The 6-foot-6 Franklin High School junior, also an all-state quarterback, was a unanimous choice as winner of the Ohio Associated Press Mr. Basketball award, emblematic of the best boys player in the state. AP

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