Best Scorers in the 10th Region?

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    Best Scorers in the 10th Region?

    Who are the best scorers in the 10th Region? My top 2 would have to be Austin Crawford and then Jake Ohmer. Curious to hear your thoughts?
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    Jake Ohmer
    Austin Crawford
    Dontaie Allen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Jake Ohmer
    Austin Crawford
    Dontaie Allen
    Those, Pig Williams, and Connor Maddox round out my top 5

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    Maddox would be my #4. Blackburn, Wilson, & Pig would battle it out for the #5 spot.

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    Jake Ohmer is the best in the 10th!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Jake Ohmer
    Austin Crawford
    Dontaie Allen
    From what I've seen, these are the three, night in and night out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Jake Ohmer
    Austin Crawford
    Dontaie Allen
    My list as well.

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    A. Crawford, Connor Maddox, Jake ohmer, Pig Williams, donte Allen

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    Ohmer number one for sure, no questions or doubt about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fan1620 View Post
    Ohmer number one for sure, no questions or doubt about it.
    It's close.

    Ohmer: 27.2 PPG on 43.8% FG,35.3% 3P, 86.3% FT, and attempts 19 shots per game (21 gm)

    Crawford: 25.8 PPG on 53.1% FG, 25.4% 3P, 70.5% FT, and attempts 17 shots per game (18 gm)

    Note: Bracken has blown out several teams and Crawford didn't play the whole game so that may be why his PPG is slightly lower. Ohmer is the better shooter, but I'd say Crawford is the better scorer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChefBombers View Post
    It's close.

    Ohmer: 27.2 PPG on 43.8% FG,35.3% 3P, 86.3% FT, and attempts 19 shots per game (21 gm)

    Crawford: 25.8 PPG on 53.1% FG, 25.4% 3P, 70.5% FT, and attempts 17 shots per game (18 gm)

    Note: Bracken has blown out several teams and Crawford didn't play the whole game so that may be why his PPG is slightly lower. Ohmer is the better shooter, but I'd say Crawford is the better scorer.
    I think Ohmer has an edge as a scorer, but I'll take Crawford as a better overall player.

    Having said that, it's a treat watching them both & I'll take either on my team.

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    Both are really really good.... I haven't seen Ohemer this year but he was really good last year..... Ohmer is a better outside player but Crawford plays much bigger than he is on the inside

    And both are underslassmen .....I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by neufdaddy View Post
    Both are really really good.... I haven't seen Ohemer this year but he was really good last year..... Ohmer is a better outside player but Crawford plays much bigger than he is on the inside

    And both are underslassmen .....I think
    Both are juniors and are at their best, in my opinion, driving to the basket. Crawford is virtually impossible to guard when he's got a full head of steam headed to the basket. He also hits that mid-range jumper with consistency.

    Ohmer is probably better beyond the arc, but it's his knack for getting to the free throw line and converting that impresses me most about him. 164 for 190 on the year from the charity stripe.

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