Posted On: 10/19/18 6:00 PM
A no-brainer for this honor, Stout was sensational as a freshman two years ago and even better last season as a sophomore. It will tough for him to up the ante again this season, but we expect him to anyways. Look for Stout to be one of the state’s best scorers this season.
JD Stout, Keota — 2020
23.6 points, 2.6 assists, 2.0 steals, 3.2 rebounds
The conference’s leading scorer from a season ago is back. Not only were his 23.6 points per game the best in the conference, but it was the best in Iowa’s entire sophomore class.
Garrett Straight, Belle Plaine — 2019
17.8 points, 3.7 assists, 2.1 steals, 6.8 rebounds
A guy who impacts the game in a multitude of ways. Straight will score at a high clip, maybe 20 per game this season, but will also assist and play staunch D. He rebounds it well from the guard spot, too.
Kobe Grieder, Belle Plaine — 2019
12.0 points, 3.7 rebounds
Another Plainsman who makes the first team, Grieder is a 6-foot-1 wing who will do most of his damage by simply getting buckets. He’s the conference’s third-leading returning scorer, and he led it in 3s made last winter.
Brady Powers, Sigourney — 2020
11.7 points, 2.3 assists, 2.3 steals, 3.1 rebounds
Defense is the name of the game for this 6-foot guard, and his 2.3 steals per game were second best in the conference last season. He’ll do a little bit if everything for the Savages this winter.
Spencer Magill, Sigourney — 2019
10.0 points, 2.3 assists, 1.5 steals, 4.9 rebounds
Not only did he average 10 points per game last season for the Savages, but he led the team in blocks and co-led them in assists. The 6-foot 2 senior could be among the conference’s rebounding leaders this year, too.
Dylan Fry, Belle Plaine — 2019
Trevin Straight, Belle Plaine — 2020
Brayden Monore, Tri County — 2020
Dustin Haines, Sigourney — 2019
Noah Mumby, Iowa Velley — 2019
Honorable Mentions: Ryan Becker, Austin Waterhouse, Kyle Weber, Clayton Moore, Derek Leonard, Preston McDonald