Posted On: 08/20/15 6:30 PM

  1. Quentin Goodin (Taylor County): The obvious choice, I think it’s going to take a lot of work for anyone else to win Mr. Basketball. Quentin has everything going for him, name recognition, he’s playing on one of the top teams in the state and he’s basically held the title of best player in his class for four years. I’d be absolutely shocked if he doesn’t win Mr. Basketball and he’s earned that honor.
  2. Carson Williams (Owen County): Carson may put up the best numbers and have the most impressive season of any player in the state. I think he will strap Owen County on his back and carry them to the state tournament this season while averaging around 25 points and 12 rebounds per game. That in itself would be grounds for Mr. Basketball in most years, but I’m not sure it’ll be enough in the long run.
  3. Mason Faulkner (Caverna): Faulkner led the state in scoring last season and it can only be imagined he’ll score more as he’s improved a ton since the end of the last year. I think he’ll have Caverna as a

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