Shiloh (GA) improves to 6-0 after the 74-66 win over Kimball (TX).

Shiloh improved to 6-0 after the 74-66 win over Kimball.  Coach Rivers and the Shiloh staff development of players continue to show; as his core has a sound and fundamental low post game that is effective.  This Shiloh squad appears to be geared for a deep play-off run.  

Tylis Jordan 2025 I 6’9″ F I Shiloh (GA)

Tylis Jordan is a site to see. He played aggressively and with high energy, which help lead his team over the Kimball (TX). Jordan displayed a good inside/outside game and rebounded well outside of his area. He ran the floor, finished in traffic, and used his body to create space. His length and athleticism was also a problem on the defensive end for Kimball.

Jordan is a versatile player that can score on all 3 levels. He has recently gained offers from Georgia Tech, Illinois, and USF.

Jullien Cole 2024 I 6’5″ G I Shiloh (GA)

Cole made his presence felt with a game high 32 points. He made his mark in with the low post jumper and finishing at the rim. Cole displayed a high motor and the ability to finish through contact. He was impossible to stop when he got downhill off the catch.

If this kid did not know how to do anything else, he knew how to go get a bucket or get to the line. Cole currently holds an offer to Shaw University.

2025 6’1 CG Hady Diane (Shiloh) also played a major part for his team. He got downhill off the catch, was crafty around the rim, and has a nice stroke from deep. Diane also efficiently moved well without the ball. Diane finished with 11 points.

Jaylon Dean-Vines 2025 I 6’5″ G I Kimball (TX)

Dean-Vines brought the Texas size and energy in Kimball’s matchup with Shiloh. He showed poised, fearlessness, and determination to completely take over. Despite a tough loss, Jaylon scored 24 of his 28 points in the second half. He has a high release on the pull up jumper and demonstrated the ability to shoot off dribble and catch. Dean-Vines displayed a nice touch around basket, and finished well over bigger defenders. He met his opponent at the rim a couple of times and his wingspan helped him block shots on the perimeter. This kid is a Bucket.