Harlan County’s Noah ranked as state’s fourth-best player in Class of 2024


Les Nicholson

Harlan County guard Trent Noah is the fourth-ranked junior in Kentucky, according to Prep Hoops. Noah earned all-state honors last season after averaging 28.1 points and 9.9 rebounds per game.

Harlan County junior guard Trent Noah is among the early leaders in the chase for the 2024 Mr. Basketball award as the fourth-ranked junior in Kentucky, according to Prep Hoops.
Noah, who enters his fourth year as a starter for the Black Bears, enrolled at HCHS on Wednesday after spending much of the summer with North Laurel. He is one of four returning starters for the Bears, who finished 19-11 last season and posted a 16-6 mark this summer. Noah averaged 28.1 points and 9.9 rebounds per game last season.
Lyon County guard Travis Perry, who recently received an offer from Kentucky, leads the Prep Hoops list for the Class of 2024, followed by Ayden Evans of Elizabethtown, Damone King of Manual and Noah. Trinity’s Drae Vasser rounded out the top five.
Noah was a second-team selection on both the Lexington Herald Leader and Louisville Courier Journal all-state teams after last season. He has received several offers from Division I schools.