2022-23 Windsor High Season Preview
Windsor High School is a Hartford county (CT) public school that is known for being very competitive in all sports. Windsor competes in the Central Connecticut Conference which is one of the top public school conferences in basketball. Windsor coach Ken Smith knows a thing or two about high level high school basketball players. For the past 34 years, he has made WHS a major force in CIAC basketball, including multiple state championships.
This winter’s returning players from a very deep and successful rotation will be running in Open Gyms this fall.
Rashawn Tibby (2024) 6’9 wing - Tibby is showing all indications of becoming Windsor’s “Next Big Thing”. He has size, agility, work ethic and is very skilled. Last year as a sophomore on a 16-3 team, he averaged 16 ppg, 6 reb, 2 blks, 4 assist. This winter, those numbers will all go up. He can defend all five positions, scores at all levels, and really understands the game. Strong student.
Quintin Floyd (2024) 6’1 point guard. Floyd is another Windsor player that is grabbing college scout interest. He is a great leader. His sophomore numbers were 12 ppg, 4 reb, 6 assist. Great defender, plays above the rim, 90 percent from the free-throw line, just finds away to win. Strong student.
Anthony “Tone” Williams (2024) 6’6 wing - Williams has good range on the jump shot, and is a great defender. Sophomore stats: 10 ppg, 3 steals, 4 reb. Strong student.
Jaleel Martin (2024) 5’10 guard - Martin has good range on jumper, finishes around the basket over size, very tough kid. 2021-22 stats: Sophomore stats: 10 ppg, 2 steals, 4 reb. Good student.
Kaiden James (2024) 6’1 guard - James scores at all level and is a defensive stopper. He is a very tough kid, with a good basketball IQ. 2021-22 stats: 8 ppg, 3 steals, 3 reb. Great student.
Gyan Davis (2024) 6’7 forward - Davis brings good length into the Windsor rotation. 2021-22 stats: 6 ppg, 6 reb, 2 blk, 2 assist.
Johnathan Stapleton-Georges (2023) - 6’4 small forward 2021-22 Stapleton-George brings the senior leadership into Windsor’s young squad. 2021-22 stats: 6 ppg, 6 reb,
Sean Evans (2025) 5’10 point guard - Evans has a good basketball IQ His 2021-22 stats: stats shows he was a significant varsity contributor as a freshman: 10 ppg, 5 assist, 2 steals.
Kyle McKeithan (2024) 6’2 guard. In last year’s very deep rotation, McKeithan averaged 8 ppg in his minutes off the bench.