High school basketball: Top 25 boys' players

December 1, 2013 

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

Player, school (first-place votes) Ht. Class Pts. Reb. Mike Fields' comment

1. Quentin Snider, Ballard (47) 6-1 Sr. 19.3 3.3 U of L signee hopes for repeat trip to state finals

2. Camron Justice, Knott Central (3) 6-3 Jr. 25.5 4.8 Tennessee commit only 4 points shy of career 2,000

3. Kelan Martin, Ballard (3) 6-6 Sr. 19.0 6-6 Butler signee may be state's toughest matchup

4. Shane Hall, Johnson Central 6-8 Sr. 15.5 9.8 Marshall signee one of most athletic big men in state

5. James Bolden, Holmes 5-11 Jr. 18.5 4.6 Xavier, Purdue, Butler, Ohio U., WVU have offered

6. Justin Johnson, Perry Central 6-7 Sr. 16.3 10.0 WKU thrilled to be getting Commodores' star

7. Jackson Davis, Lafayette 6-8 Sr. 20.1 11.5 Mr. Double-Double committed to Rice, not signed

8. Jordan Green, Henry Clay 6-6 Sr. 16.2 6.2 Offers from WKU, NKU, ETSU, Kent St., Jacksonville

9. LaMontray Harris, PRP 6-7 Sr. 13.0 8.5 All-around skilled player helps power Panthers

10. Brandon Hatton, Dixie Heights 6-3 Sr. 23.5 4.5 Vermont signee Dixie's all-time top scorer (2,365 pts.)

Player, school Ht. Class Pts. Reb.

11. Quentin Goodin, Taylor County 6-2 So. 15.4 5.5

12. Jaqualis Matlock, Hopkinsville 6-5 Jr. 14.2 9.7

13. Trent Gilbert, Scott County 6-1 Sr. 17.3 3.0

14. Braxton Beverly, Perry Central 5-11 So. 17.1 3.2

15. Ray Spalding, Trinity 6-9 Jr, 2.7 1.0

16. x-Christen Cunningham, Cordia 6-1 Sr. 12.0 2.8

17. Nick Ruthsatz, Covington Catholic 5-10 Sr. 18.6 4.0

18. Drew McDonald, Newport Catholic 6-6 Jr. 14.1 7.0

19. y-Dikembe Dixson, Thomas Nelson 6-6 Sr. 19.3 8.1

20. Chris Porter-Bunton, Warren Central 6-4 Sr. 10.8 6.3

21. Antonio McDaniels, PRP 5-10 Sr. 9.8 2.0

22. Darion Burns, Fleming County 5-10 Sr. 17.4 5.7

23. Brent Bach, Augusta 6-2 Sr. 26.5 3.2

24. Bryan Wallace, Montgomery County 6-0 Sr. 16.1 3.5

25. Keon Williams, John Hardin 6-4 Sr. 12.7 5.6

x-transfer from Henry Clay; y-transfer from Ashland Blazer

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