Interview Kevin Hoover
La Salle Academy Later, Kevin Hoover gained less exposure; he was transferred to La Salle Academy, Overall, he `ended his high school days with an average of 19.3 points and 5.0 rebounds. As a high schooler, he had even suffered a knee injury (torn meniscus), which kept him away from the games for a whole season.
College Career After two years at La Salle Academy school, Hoover came to Rutgers, joining the Rutgers university men’s basketball.
Altogether, Hoover had offers from all over, such as West Virginia, Kentucky university, and Oklahoma Sooners university. But in the end, he devoted himself to Rutgers university on his 18th birthday.
Kevin Hoover basketball journey
High School Career Hoover has played basketball since the early days and has been immersed in it since middle school. Initially, Hoover was enrolled in the Beacon High school in Manhattan, New York.
Beacon High school During his tenure in high school, he had posted an average of 17.4 points per game, which helped him bag the tournament’s most valuable player (MVP).
Furthermore, the very title also led his high school’s team to the New York Federation Class B state championship.
Following it, Hoover successfully claimed the High School Athletic Association B Division MVP.
Not long after it, he also earned the New York State Sportswriters Association Class B Player of the Year accolades.