Posted On: 10/13/18 4:40 PM
Known as one of the best shooters in Iowa, there’s a lot more to Gibb’s game than just an elite jumper. He’s adept at getting the rim, and his extraordinary length is something that benefits him both from beyond the arc and when he gets into the lane. He had a monster junior season with the Gaels, and could be one of the more prolific guys in Iowa this winter.
20.3 points, 3.0 assists, 2.0 rebounds
The conference’s co-scoring leader from a season ago is back, and after scoring in bunches as a junior, he’s ready to show that he’s an elite scorer from not just beyond the arc, but from all three levels.
20.8 points, 4.4 rebounds
What a year it’s been for this young prospect. He was named Prep Hoops Iowa’s Freshman of the Year last season, then he nabbed a Drake offer this summer. Then he was pegged as the state’s No. 2 ranked 2021 prospect. What’s next?
16.6 points, 2.1 assists, 3.9 rebounds
Carlson’s Wildcats struggled a bit last season, but the then-junior guard was certainly one of the conference’s best scorers. He’ll look to not only improve his shooting percentages this winter, but get his team into double-digit wins.
16.3 points, 2.5 assists, 1.6 steals, 6.1 rebounds
The do-it-all man from Algona, Wegener has a monster sophomore season for the Bulldogs and spent his spring and summer improving with Pure Prep 17U.
12.2 points, 2.6 rebounds
We saw him can his first seven 3-point attempts in a summer league game this past offseason, so it’s no wonder he was among the state’s leaders in 3s made last season with 72 makes.
Jamison Heinz, Humboldt — 2020
Henry Hoversten, Webster City — 2019
Avery Harrington, Calrion-Goldfield-Dows — 2019
Logan Aldinger, Iowa Falls-Alden — 2019
Drew Enke, Clear Lake — 2019
Honorable Mentions: Collin Bleich, Tate Storbeck, Wyatt Sutter, Owen Terwilliger, Luke Haverkamp, Jed Tracy, Dylan Steen