Posted On: 01/3/19 6:00 PM
With the holiday break upon us, it’s time to take a look at who the state’s leading rim protectors are through the first half of the season (minimum 20 blocks). (Note: Stats are through games that were entered into QuikStats by December 27 at 8:00 am).
1.) 2020 Xavier Foster (Oskaloosa) – 6.6 blocks per game
Given the fact that the four-star prospect is seven feet tall, uber athletic and long, it should come as no surprise that he leads the state in blocked shots. But 14 blocks in a game? That’s what he did against Pella right before the break. And if he keeps at his current pace, and Oskaloosa makes it back to the 3A title game, he’d break the single season record for block