Posted On: 10/10/18 12:00 PM
He’s the leading returning scorer in the division after scoring 15 points per game last season as a junior, and he followed that up with an impressive, eye-catching 17U offseason with Southeast Minnesota Lightning. Mason City is a team that could surprise some folks this winter, and Miller will be at the forefront of the Mohawks’ success.
15.0 points, 2.0 assists, 2.0 steals, 4.6 rebounds
After a very strong offseason, the division’s leading returning scorer returns for a senior season chock-full of expectations; both team-wise, and individually.
12.5 points, 2.2 assists, 1.5 blocks, 9.2 rebounds
Another guy that could have been named preseason player of the year, Williams is big and athletic and he’s a beast. Also a baseball standout, he’s committed to play baseball for Iowa in college.
9.6 points, 5.8 rebounds
A tough and gritty combo-forward, Jackson is a bit undersized for a post, but at 6-foot-3 he can still dominate in the paint at this level; he’ll also step out and hit a jumper.
8.7 points, 2.6 assists, 1.3 steals, 5.4 rebounds
Like Mason City teammate Dylan Miller, Toney played and excelled with Southeast Minnesota Lightning. Toney is a point-forward who led the Mohawks in assists and rebounding last season as a junior.
3.1 points, 1.6 assists, 1.5 rebounds
This is a guy who we’ve seen show his skills on several occasions the past few years and there’s plenty to show off. He played behind great point guards the last two years, now it’s his turn.
Will Pattison, Urbandale — 2019
Avery Mellman, Mason City — 2020
Reid Grant, Johnston — 2021
Jacob Smith, Marshalltown — 2019
Jack Lyman, Dowling — 2019
Austin Shomo, Nathan Newcomb, Ryan Riggs, Jace Peterson, Johnny Leth, Jeffrey Skogan, Alex Economos