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9th Region:

 

First Team:

1/2) Nick Ruthsatz

1/2) James Bolden

3) CJ Frederick

4) Ricardo Johnson

5) Elijah Pittman

 

A shorter lineup but all are deserving of first team.

 

Second Team:

1) Cole VonHandorf

2) Adam Kunkel

3) Sean McNeil

4) Ben Weyer

5) Drew McDonald

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CJ and Ruthsatz not on the first team? Both won state championships, the state tournament MVP, and absolutely took over in the state final for their squad. Not to mention CJ was the Gatorade POY.

 

I took the following 2 players over CJ based on him being a 2/3:

 

Ricardo Johnson:

State Runner Up and All Tourney Team Soph Year

State Champion and Tourney MVP Junior Year

Region Runner Up Senior Year

All State as Soph, Junior, and Senior

Career Record as a starter: 95-11

 

Brandon Hatton:

6 year varsity letterman/starter (only missed one game out of 184)

3,045 Career Points

All State as Soph, Junior, and Senior

Led his team to a Region Title as a Soph

 

I didn't see much of CJ his junior or senior year so honestly can't give a fair evaluation of him. I saw everyone in my top 5 a lot during their high school careers and they were the best 5 I saw. Just an opinion. Not that big of a deal.

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7th Region

 

1. Quentin Snider - Ballard

2. David Johnson- Trinity

3. Jay Scrubb - Trinity

4. Kelan Martin - Ballard

5. Raymond Spalding - Trinity

 

Two NBA players in Martin and Spalding. Scrubb and Johnson future pros and Snider all time Ballard leading scorer. Snider is pro in Dutch league. Could win a few games with these guys.

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7th Region

 

1. Quentin Snider - Ballard

2. David Johnson- Trinity

3. Jay Scrubb - Trinity

4. Kelan Martin - Ballard

5. Raymond Spalding - Trinity

 

Two NBA players in Martin and Spalding. Scrubb and Johnson future pros and Snider all time Ballard leading scorer. Snider is pro in Dutch league. Could win a few games with these guys.

 

Yes, a very nice group, would be hard to beat.

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Region 1.

 

Chris Voght Graves Co. NKU/Cincinnati

Patrick Hubert St. Marys Bethel University

Zion Harmon Marshall Co. Western KY

Jackson Sivills McCracken Co. Murray State

James Boone Murray High. Samford

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Region 13:

 

Andrew Taylor - Corbin

Trey Farmer - Clay County

Caleb Taylor - South Laurel

Peyton Broughton - North Laurel

Markelle Turner - Knox Central

JJ Ramey - South Laurel

Cameron Carmical - Harlan County

Blake Smith - Clay County

Matthew Cromer - South Laurel

Madison Johnson - Corbin (if you count 09-10)

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7th Region

 

1. Quentin Snider - Ballard

2. David Johnson- Trinity

3. Jay Scrubb - Trinity

4. Kelan Martin - Ballard

5. Raymond Spalding - Trinity

 

Two NBA players in Martin and Spalding. Scrubb and Johnson future pros and Snider all time Ballard leading scorer. Snider is pro in Dutch league. Could win a few games with these guys.

 

You could back this group up with 2012 Mr. Basketball Nathan Dieudonne (Trinity/Boston University), Dwayne Sutton (Manual/U of L) and Remy Abell (Eastern/IU/Xavier). Plus, Connor McKim (St. X/Rollins) and Tyren Moore (Male) had really, really good senior seasons. And what about Justin Powell, who played at Trinity his sophomore season?

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You could back this group up with 2012 Mr. Basketball Nathan Dieudonne (Trinity/Boston University), Dwayne Sutton (Manual/U of L) and Remy Abell (Eastern/IU/Xavier). Plus, Connor McKim (St. X/Rollins) and Tyren Moore (Male) had really, really good senior seasons. And what about Justin Powell, who played at Trinity his sophomore season?

 

I agree. Deep group of players over a decade in 7th.

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10th Region

 

Jake Ohmer - Scott

Dontaie Allen - Pendleton County

Matt Wilson - Campbell County

Brent Bach - Augusta

Reid Jolly - Campbell County

6th man

Omar Prewitt - Montgomery County

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"I took the following 2 players over CJ based on him being a 2/3:

 

Ricardo Johnson:

State Runner Up and All Tourney Team Soph Year

State Champion and Tourney MVP Junior Year

Region Runner Up Senior Year

All State as Soph, Junior, and Senior

Career Record as a starter: 95-11

 

Brandon Hatton:

6 year varsity letterman/starter (only missed one game out of 184)

3,045 Career Points

All State as Soph, Junior, and Senior

Led his team to a Region Title as a Soph

 

I didn't see much of CJ his junior or senior year so honestly can't give a fair evaluation of him. I saw everyone in my top 5 a lot during their high school careers and they were the best 5 I saw. Just an opinion. Not that big of a deal."

 

I agree this is tough, because you can only list "YOUR" top 10 of the players you have seen. Bolden and Nick Ruthsatz were the best two high school players I remember seeing. CJ Frederick's SR season was right there. It's tough not to include Hatton, but I didn't see him play much. I also didn't see Elijah Pittman, nor Ricardo Johnson.

 

My top 10 of those I have seen:

Nick Ruthsatz - As stated, best, smartest, most dominant, and fun to watch "high school" player I have seen.

Bolden - Right there with Ruthsatz, their matchups were simply awesome.

CJ Frederick - His Sr season, he was unguardable, period. State run was as impressive and dominant from both an individual and team perspective as any.

Hatton - Most dominant player during his 6 year run.

McNeil (Cooper) - slight edge over Kunkel.

 

6th man - Kunkel

* Tough to leave off McDonald, Weyer, Von Handorf, and certainly sounds like Ricardo Johnson belongs

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I follow the 2nd through 5th pretty religiously.

2nd

Anthony Hickey

KyKy Tandy

Kenny White

Eli Pepper

JaQualis Matlock

 

3rd

Aric Holman

Justin Miller

James Baker

Stewart Currie

Zach Hopewell

 

Eli Wright would replace Hopewell if counting him since he didn’t finish in the state.

 

4th

Terry Taylor

Tavin Logan

Chance Behanen

George Fant

Jordan Shanklin

 

5th

Quentin Goodin

Mason Faulkner

Brandon Price

Eljay Cowherd

Alex Matthews

 

 

 

Out of those four teams I would rank them

 

1.) fourth region

2.) third region

3.) fifth region

4.) second region

 

For the 5th Region you have 2 alums from John Hardin; yet you don't have Mickey Pearson the school's all time leader in about 6 categories to include scoring and rebounding.

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For the 5th Region you have 2 alums from John Hardin; yet you don't have Mickey Pearson the school's all time leader in about 6 categories to include scoring and rebounding.

 

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Fifth Region

 

Quentin Goodin

Mason Faulkner

Mickey Pearson

David Sloan

Brandon Price

 

Tony Jackson

Alex Matthews

Eljay Cowherd

Darius Hardin

Tre Smith

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For the 5th Region you have 2 alums from John Hardin; yet you don't have Mickey Pearson the school's all time leader in about 6 categories to include scoring and rebounding.

 

Thought they were better players and took less talented teams to state multiple times.

 

Pearson as a sophomore and junior didn’t have Matthews, when Matthews became a big part of the Bulldogs Pearson senior year they went to state. Matthews also was player of year Gatorade in the state.

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Thought they were better players and took less talented teams to state multiple times.

 

Pearson as a sophomore and junior didn’t have Matthews, when Matthews became a big part of the Bulldogs Pearson senior year they went to state. Matthews also was player of year Gatorade in the state.

 

First I want to make it very clear the I love Alex Matthews. i know him and his family very well. He is a phenomenal person. However, how could you come to this conclusion? Pearson averaged 21 and 10 his junior year and 27 and 11 his senior year. Pearson competed against CJ Frederick, Trevon Faulkner, Adam Kunkel, Jay Scrubbs etc. for Gatorade POY. This is gonna sound like i don't like Matthews; which is far from the case. I know and love the kid very much. But to suggest he was a better player than Pearson is kinda crazy to me. I mean the kid is the schools all time leader in points, rebounds, block shots, etc etc. Maybe I'm missing something here. Are you suggesting that Pearson's team made it to state because of Matthews? He was never a big part of that team as a sophomore.

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