One of the most underrated seniors in the entire Midwest currently is Kamari Slaughter. During a highly impressive year with 94 Feet Elite, he was named to the second team on the 17U level of the NY2LA Association. 

Even while being one of the top players on the entire NY2LA Association this past season which included many division one recruits, Slaughter only holds a pair of offers from NAIA programs at the moment. Indiana Tech was the first school to offer him back in September and then University of St. Francis offered him just recently in late October. 

After previously attending Portage High School, Slaughter will finish off his high school career at Cathedral High School. He will be joining the defending Indiana 4A state champions that return a great deal of talent including Michigan State commit Xavier Booker and Mercer commit Jake Davis. 

Slaughter said that he is most likely to make his college commitment towards the end of his high school season. The guard has plenty of tools to be a tremendous addition for any program at the NAIA or division two level. He was a big reason why 94 Feet Elite was one of the top 17U teams on the NY2LA Association. He has some size in the backcourt at 6’4” along with a solid build, can play either guard spot, is a skilled scorer who can create for himself, as well to being a tough and energetic on ball defender.