|High School:||Jeffersontown HS|
AT GEORGIA STATE:
Made an immediate impact off the bench in his first season, while also making a pair of starts.
Highly-touted shooting guard out of high school who was one of the top prospects in the state of Kentucky . . . Strong and explosive with good size on the perimeter . . . A scorer who can put it on the floor and get it to the rim or can knock down the pull-up jumper . . . Attacking mentality and relentless on defense in both the half court or in transition.
Finished his first season averaging 3.3 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.0 steals, seeing action in all 34 games . . . Averaged 14.0 minutes per game, shooting 44.8 percent from the floor . . . Made his collegiate debut against Washington, playing 12 minutes and making his first basket . . . Made first start against Florida Atlantic in the World Vision Classic, scoring 12 points and pulling down seven rebounds in 34 minutes of action . . . Scored nine points, including a key five-straight to spark GSU's come-from-behind victory over Utah Valley . . . Tied for a career-high with 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting against Georgia Southern, dishing out three assists and swiping three steals.
Earned a three-star rating from Rivals . . . ESPN listed him as the No. 51 shooting guard in the country . . . Played for Jeff Morrow at Jeffersontown High School and became the first signee of head coach Ron Hunter . . . Named second team all-state as a senior as well as all-region . . . Averaged 17 points and 4.7 rebounds per game for the Chargers, who were ranked first in the state midway through the season . . . Transferred to Jeffersontown after playing at Arden Christ in North Carolina, where he led his team to back-to-back Class 3A state titles during his sophomore and junior seasons.
Father Tony Kimbro Sr. played for the University of Louisville from 1985-1990 after earning Kentucky's Mr. Basketball in 1985 . . . Father was widely considered one of the top five players in the country at the time and finished his career at Louisville in the top five in games played . . . Currently undeclared on a major.