The 2021 class is primed to take center stage over the next 8-10 months and a handful promise to be big stories during that time.  The state of Michigan is no exception to the latter and talented guard Kobe Bufkin of Grand Rapids Christian is one reason why.

Equipped with a silky smooth long wiry 6-4 175 pounds frame, Bufkin brings to mind former Duke standout Phil Henderson in terms of how he moves on the court, albeit with a left handed perimeter stroke.  He can finish at multiple levels, he’s shown an ability to knock down the perimeter stroke, and he can score off the bounce and in transition.  A highly talented and versatile perimeter talent, Bufkin is one of the prized juniors in the state of Michigan and he’s primed to be one of the biggest stories in the Midwest this spring and summer.

He currently holds offers from Michigan State, DePaul, TCU, VCU, Northwestern, Rhode Island, Ohio, and Bethune-Cookman.  Expect his stock to soar as he’s a high major talent trending upward quickly.  He played with The Family during the grassroots travel season last spring and summer.