Michigan State signee to miss season
Thursday, 01 December 2011 19:12 Written by Van Coleman
One of the Hot100Hoops.com Top 100, No.88 rated Kenny Kaminski, has according to the Akron Beacon Journal will not be playing his senior year after having surgery for a torn Labrum.
The Medina, OH High star, averaged 19.9 points and pulled down 10.2 rebounds as a junior. He will miss the entire season after suffering the injury playing football in late September. He waited until Mid-November to have the surgery.
"Kenny is finished for the season," Medina head coach Anthony Stacey told the beacon Journal. "Unfortunately he suffered an injury in football and it is worse than we thought. He is out. He had surgery and he is out four to six months."
He should be back to 100% by this summer when he enrolls at Michigan State. He will be a solid addition up front for the Spartans next fall.