Michigan State has been watching Kearney for years with eyes looking ahead to the pivotal 2011 recruiting class.
Kearney flies under the radar when it comes to the top prospect because he often defers to his teammates, like fellow sophomore, 6-foot-8 center Percy Gibson, 6-foot-9 center Darren Washington, 6-foot-0 Branden McKay and 5-foot-10 Devonte Cater.
But teams like the fact that Kearney looks to distribute first and then get his teammates involved. Another teammate that gets a look: 6-foot-7 forward William Gholston, better known for his exploits on the gridiron.
But Kearney spoke exlusively to GoSpartans.net following the contest and talked about his team's drive for a spot in the PSL playoffs and the interest that Michigan State is showing in his game.
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