Future WVU court general Jordan McCabe Breaking Ankles, Dropping Dimes! New Ballislife Mixtape
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Jordan McCabe is one of the most electrifying high school point guards in the nation. The Kaukauna, Wisconsin junior recently committed to play college basketball for Coach Bob Huggins and the West Virginia Mountaineers.
Best known for his high-level ball-handling skills, McCabe is often underrated as a court general whether it’s through distributing the ball and finding the open man or knocking down long-range three-pointers.
Last season as a 10th grader, McCabe led the Kaukauna Ghosts to a Wisconsin (WIAA) Division 2 Boys basketball state title while averaging 25 points, 6.1 assists, 4.1 rebounds, and 2.3 steals per game. He shot 44% from 3 and notably scored 55 points over 2 blowout playoff wins in Wisconsin’s Final 4 on the way to the title.
One of the most decorated active high school players in Wisconsin, McCabe was a first-team all-Associated Press, a unanimous first-team all-Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association all-state selection as well as the Fox Valley Association’s player of the year.
Mccabe was named Post-Crescent Media athlete of the year honors and was also named the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin Northeast Wisconsin player of the year for boys’ basketball.
Jordan spent the Spring and Summer AAU season playing alongside future high major guard/wing Tyler Herro on Wisconsin Playground Warriors 16U squad on the national adidas circuit.
Check out these highlights from Jordan’s 10th grade season at Kaukauna HS near Green Bay, WI, from Pangos All-American Camp and from NY2LA Summer Jam (with Wisconsin Playground Warriors 16U).
Stay tuned to Ballislife as we continue to follow Jordan’s basketball journey and Kaukauna attempts to defend its state title.
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