Posted On: 03/28/19 11:17 AM

This was a memorable and historic season in Michigan's Division 1 high school basketball. There were talented athletes that battled for their school on a nightly basis. Hundreds of of Division 1 players sacrficed their time and bodies for their teams. Everything ended in matchup between Ypsilanti Lincoln and UD Jesuit.  Ypsilanti Lincoln's Jalen Fisher buried a shot at the buzzer to bring home the school's first state championship. It was an amazing run, led by freshmen phenom Emoni Bates

It was a challenging task naming a Division 1 Player of the year for the 2018-2019 season. Prep Hoops Michigan is proud to announce the Honorable Mentions and Co-MVP's for the season. 


Emoni Bates (2022, F, Ypsilanti Lincoln)

Bates came in as possibly the most highly touted freshman in the history of Michigan high school basketball. And his performance was as advertised. Bates was the leading scorer in Division 1 basketball this season. He led the best Ypsilanti Lincoln squad in school history. 

Daniel Friday (2019, CG, UD Jesuit)

Friday was what every coach wants. He was a steady leader and consistently played like one of the best players in the state. Friday averaged 17ppg, 6rpg, and 3.5apg. He was an extremely

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