Caldwell County has produced three division one athletes over the last couple of season. Eli Pepper is starring in basketball at Lipscomb while Elijah Sindelar (Purdue) and Dee Cain (Western Kentucky) are playing division one football. With local talent succeeding it is easy to see why 2024 basketball player, Travis Perry, is striving to be one of the best to come out of the western part of the state.

Perry has seen national success as of late with the West KY Wildcats since 2nd grade. The now 5th grader and his teammates have seen more success as they have merged with the Virginia based Vick 4 Kids program. Vick 4 Kids featured arguable the nations #1 fifth grader in Brooklyn Vick, Michael Vick’s nephew. The merger has created the title name V4KWK Wildcats.

The newest team on the circuit in 2017 has seen great success. In a pair of rankings for the 2024 class, NYAA has V4KWK ranked as the #1 team in the nation while Coast 2 Coast Preps has V4KWK ranked as the #2 team in the nation. Perry is a big part of the success for the Vick 4 Kids Wildcats as he is consistently mentioned among the top 30 players nationally in his class, he is ranked as high as #2 by NYAA in their player rankings for the 2024 class.

The month of March seen Vick 4 Kids Wildcats play in some of the top tournaments around the country which also included winning the state championship in Kentucky for the West KY Wildcats in AAU. Here is highlights of Travis Perry from the month of March, he is definitely one to keep an eye on over the next few years in the Bluegrass State.

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