A host of talented 2022 prospects continue to open eyes this high school season and they’re making strong pushes to become quality trending stories over the next 8-12 months.  One such talent is combo guard Kenneth Garth of Westosha Central in Wisconsin.

Equipped with a strong plus length 6-2 170 pound plus frame, Garth started his ascent this summer and he’s continued to trend upward this fall and winter with a number of quality performances.  A versatile left handed guard that can play the 1, 2, or even 3 for that matter if needed, Garth has handles, vision, feel, instincts, good size, and an ability to score from all three levels.  He can knock down the jumper off the dribble, he has the ability to get to the rim off the bounce or create off the dribble, and he’s shown an ability to take over the game on the offensive end in versatile and creative fashion.  He’s also been stellar defensively where his size, length, and strength paired with his instincts have allowed him to display quality on and off the ball defensive instincts along with an ability to create positive chaos and disruption for his team defensively.

Westosha Central is off to a solid 7-1 mark this season and a big reason why is the solid and consistent play of Garth who is averaging 14.1 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 3 apg, and 2.5 spg while shooting close to 49% from the field.  A talented guard with size and the ability to play physical or fast depending on the flow of the game, Garth is one of those late blooming below the radar guards that looks primed to sneak up and open a lot of eyes once things get back to normal, relatively speaking.  He’s a legitimate Division 1 caliber guard that should see a large number of Division 1 and high level Division 2 schools on his recruiting trail with continued development and similar high caliber floor production over the next 8-12 months.  He’s one to watch very closely in Wisconsin’s developing 2022 class.

Garth plays with the World Hoops Elite program during the grassroots travel season.