Zion Harmon may not play at Marshall County after all.
The highly-touted high school sophomore has been ruled ineligible by the KHSAA, according to Joe Jackson of the West Kentucky Star. There is no explanation for the ruling at this time, but one can assume Harmon’s frequent transferring from school to school is a factor.
Harmon helped carry Bowling Green to the 2017 state title as an eighth grader. He then transferred to Adair County for his freshman year, where he averaged over 30 points per game, but left Columbia after only one year. He eventually decided on Marshall County for his third stop in three years this fall, which brings us to today’s not-so-surprising news.
Marshall County plans to appeal.