Little big man: Flint International Academy star among top class C players in state

Posted: December 14, 2009 by Jared Field in High School
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Ke’Aris Perryman just gets buckets.

The junior forward from International Academy in Flint won’t scare anyone physically. At only six feet tall, Perryman looks more like the average high school shooting guard; but, for anyone who has played against him, his will is more like 6-10.

The paint is his domain. In three games so far this season, Perryman has been a beast for the Phoenix and among the top producers in class C in Michigan.

He is averaging 21 points per game with nearly 13 rebounds.

As a sophomore, Perryman poured in 40 points with ZERO 3-pointers in a win over Morrice High School near Lansing.

On December 20, the little big man will be leading the Phoenix into the Palace of Auburn Hills for a game against Flint Kearsley before the Pistons-Lakers game in the evening.

The Phoenix have three very talented and lesser-known players in the area with Perryman and junior guards Lomar Butler and Darius Wilson.

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  1. […] I’ve already talked about this kid once or twice, but International Academy’s Ke’aris Perryman is making a pretty good case for becoming […]

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