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Posted On: 01/3/17 2:13 PM
Prep Hoops has partnered with the premier shooting device, Shottracker, to award the top shooters in the country each month.
You’ll be able to vote on the top performances each month and the winner will be awarded a Shottracker device. So check out who filled it up most over the past couple weeks and make your selection in the poll below! The nominees are as follows…
Carson Wonders – Iron Mountain, MI – Wonders had 43 points and shot 12-13 from 3 in just 3 quarters of play and didn’t play in the 4th quarter. He’s signed to play at Northern Michigan University (D2).
Mason Blair – Johnson Central, KY – Mason torched the nets for 50 points on 18 of 32 shooting including 12 3-pointers, leading his team in a win over Lawrence County. He recently committed to the University of Pikeville.
Peyton Broughton – North Laurel, KY – Broughton shot 24-28 and was 18-21 on freet hrows for 67 points. This ridiculous performance upped his season average to 36 points per game. He’s committed to Eastern Kentucky.
Skyelar Potter – Warren Central, KY – Potter was in a record-setting mood, putting up a school record 45 points on 10 3-pointers to go with 17 rebounds in a 78-53 win.
Khalil Shabazz – Rainier Beach, WA – Shabazz blew up on December 13, dropping 49 points in Rainier Beach’s blowout win. Shabazz is one of the top ranked 2017 guards in Washington.
Jason Cassens – Emerald Ridge, WA – Cassens is efficient and effective, pouring in 18 points per game on 55% from the floor and 49% from beyond the arc.
Raequan Battle – Marysville-Pilchuck, WA – Battle saved his best for last in MPHS’ 64-63 win over Ferndale, scoring 20 of his 36 in the 4th, including the game winner.
Cooper Kaifes – Mill Valley, KS – Back on December 15, Kaifes went for 41 points. Kaifes is one of the top shooters in Kansas’ 2018 class.
Duoth Gach – Austin, MN – Guoch went 9-for-10 from deep, the highest total for his school in the past two decades, in his team’s win over Red Wing.
Nate Johnson – Waukee, IA – Nate Johnson finished the season’s first half averaging 13.6 ppgs on 58% shooting and 52% from three, with his team sitting at 5-2.
Jaden Mixon – Clinton, IA – Averaging nearly 20 points per contest, Mixon is a known scorer. He was unconscious in thir win over Davenport North, puttig up 35 points on 11 of 13 FGs and 7 for 7 from beyond the arc.
Alex Dahling – Summit Country (Cincinnati), OH – Alex has a quick trigger and came out of the gates scorching, shooting 8-16 from 2, 21-38 from 3 and 12-15 from the free throw line.
Joey Edmonds – Wyoming, OH – In his team’s first four wins, Edmonds went 23-37 from the field and 13-20 from deep.
Trey Marble – Prairie View, CO – For the month, Marble averaged 27 points per game, shooting 57% from 2, 45% from 3, and 80% from the line.
Drew Bethoney – Bloomingdale, FL – In seven December games, Bethony is 33 for 62 from deep, highlighted by a performance in which he netted 10 threes.
Darin Green Jr – Wharton, FL – Green is 29 of 45, 64%, from three in Wharton High School’s first seven games.
Who deserves to be the Shooter of the Month?