The Cavaliers made the school's first trip to the state semifinals in part because of the overwhelming contributions of Goode. He poured in 36 points in a region championship victory over Spotswood.
That win avenged an earlier season loss to the Trailblazers and ended their 28-game unbeaten streak. His toughness may be an attribute that goes unnoticed but his coach Chad Conner is well aware of Goode's well-rounded basketball skills.
Goode averages 19.7 points, 4.3 assists, and 4.5 rebounds per game. He's also a 91 percent free throw shooter. Conner says, "Justin can do a lot of different things. He's extremely talented with the ball and can shoot a variety of shots.
If you play him up close he can take people off the dribble and he's a knock down shooter if you leave him open. He's an extremely skilled guard."
Conner says Goode is leaning toward going to a prep school for a year after receiving some interest from Big South schools like Radford and VMI.