Posted On: 10/16/18 12:00 PM
After an absolutely monster junior season, the conference’s leading scorer returns for what should be a very special senior season for him. The Crusaders won 10 games last season, and with Obert back plus two other key scorers, there’s bound to be big expectations in Coon Rapids this winter.
22.4 points, 3.3 assists, 1.8 steals, 6.3 rebounds
Scoring is his best strength, but the guard can make an impact in a multitude of ways. Look for him to post some monster numbers across the board fro the Crusaders this winter.
17.3 points, 4.0 assists, 2.4 steals
Always good, Ar-We-Va is a squad that could compete for conference supremacy again this season, and Schurke is the guy that will be leading the way.
14.7 points, 6.5 assists, 2.3 steals, 3.6 rebounds
Not only is Burmeister an effective scorer, but he’s also the conference’s leading assist-man. Not lost on us is his ability to defend, the 2.3 steals per game last season was among the conference’s best.
13.2 points, 3.3 blocks, 7.8 rebounds
Defense is the name of the game for this very rangy big-man, and it was the 3.3 blocks per game last season that made Rold a dominant player. Look for him to be one of the state’s best big-men this winter.
15.5 points, 2.4 assists, 2.8 steals, 13.0 rebounds
Another very talented big-man will prowl the paint in the Rolling Valley, and Simons excels at dominating the glass. He was among the state’s rebounding leaders last year. He’s also the conference’s returning steals leader.
Ty Houston, West Harrison — 2019
Josh Pettepier, Exira-EHK — 2019
Layne Pryor, Woodbine — 2021
Nick Rife, West Harrison — 2019
Tyler Miller, Paton-Churdan — 2020
Honorable Mentions: Jacob Holste, Lucas Berens, Alex Bantam, Wyatt Pryor, Derek Oeser, Wyatt Neumann, Gavin Reineke, DeShawn Carr, Leighty Isaac, Nelson Trey, Brigham Daniel, Gage Behrens, Tyler Melby,