Top 25 boys' players

November 25, 2012 

(Based on a survey of coaches; first-place votes in parentheses)

Player, school Ht. Yr. Pts. Reb. Comment

1. Derek Willis, Bullitt East (61) 6-9 Sr. 17.9 10.7 Multi-skilled UK signee overwhelming favorite for Mr. Basketball

2. Quentin Snider, Ballard (26) 6-1 Jr. 16.8 4.6*Louisville-committed point guard has added 15 pounds of muscle

3. Darryl Hicks, Louisville Trinity (4) 6-4 Sr. 12.1 4.1 Look for D-I prospect to be more aggressive on offense this season

4. Dominique Hawkins, Madison Central (3)6-1 Sr. 19.9 4.3 Uber-competitive point guard leads Indians by example

5. Shane Hall, Johnson Central (2) 6-8 Jr. 16.8 10.7 Miami (Ohio), Butler, UAB have offered; UT, IU interested

6. Jack Whitman, Lexington Catholic 6-9 Sr. 19.8 10.0 Best pivot man in state has signed with William & Mary

7. Omar Prewitt, Montgomery County (2) 6-6 Sr. 21.4 4.4 Shooting star son of Lea Wise-Prewitt going to William & Mary

8. Trey Grundy, Henry Clay 6-6 Jr. 12.3 6.3 Miami (Ohio), WKU, Wright State, New Mexico State have offered

9. Jackson Davis, Lafayette 6-9 Jr. 13.8 8.0 Versatile, athletic big guy will play all over the floor for Generals

10. Lavonne Holland, Ballard 6-0 Sr. 15.7 2.5He and Quentin Snider combined to hit 133 of 301 threes (44%) last season

Player, school Ht. Yr. Pts. Reb.

11. Kelan Martin, Ballard 6-6 Jr. 13.1 6.5

12. Justin Johnson, Perry Central-x 6-7 Jr. 14.6 12.8

13. Rusty Troutman, Bullitt East 6-5 Sr. 16.9 n/a

14. Jordan Green, Henry Clay 6-4 Jr. 13.7 5.6

15. Tyler Gover, Pulaski County 6-2 Sr, 22.4 4.7*

16. Brandon Hatton, Dixie Heights 6-3 Jr. 19.5 3.3

17. Jordan Majors, Hopkinsville 6-2 Sr. 16.4 5.4

18. James Quick, Louisville Trinity 6-1 Sr. 8.6 4.0

19. Brandon Price, John Hardin 5-9 Sr. 18.6 6.5*

20. Dez Marshall, Collins 6-4 Sr. 17.4 5.0

21. Tony Campbell, Cov. Holy Cross 6-9 Sr. 17.0 12.0

22. Demetrius McReynolds, Butler 6-2 Sr. 15.6 6.1

23. Camron Justice, Knott Central 6-2 So. 20.5 3.3

24. David Kapinga, Southwestern 6-1 Jr. 14.6 2.7

25. LaMontrey Harris, PRP 6-7 Jr. 8.3 6.6

x-transfer from Sheldon Clark; *-assists average

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