Posted On: 03/13/19 12:00 PM
16.7 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 3.7 apg
For the second straight year, Logan Wolf was outstanding at the state tourney; each year, he came away with a state title and a media all-tourney team selection. In 2019, Wolf was the media’s all-tourney captain (AJ Green was last season), after filling the stat-sheet in each of Cedar Falls’ three wins. Wolf will play football and basketball at Northern Iowa next year.
12.3 ppg, 8.0 rpg
Carter’s Dubuque, Senior squad came up painstakingly close in the title game, finishing the tourney as runners-up to a very good Cedar Falls squad after a 44-41 loss. A future Northern Iowa product, we think Carter will fit in well with the Panthers, he’s a big and boucny stretch-four who is an exceptional 3-point shooter. Carter led the 4A field with three offensive rebounds per game.
13.0 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 1.3 spg, 1.3 bpg
Upper Iowa is getting a good one with Jones, and he spent the whole season dominating at a very efficient clip. Jones and his Warriors lost a thrilling semifinal game against Dubuque, Senior before winning the third-place trophy the next day after defeating North Scott. What’s maybe most impressive about Jones’ week is his 17-20 free-throw shooting.
16.7 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 1.3 bpg
Yet another future Northern Iowa player (there’s three on this first team), Anderson was utterly impressive last week as the best player for fourth-place North Scott. He’s tall, rangy and able to stretch the floor with a sweet jumper. Most of his scoring comes from inside, though, hence the sterling 69 percent shooting last week. Anderson is a just a junior and projects to have a monster senior season for the Lancers next winter.
11.0 ppg, 5.7 rpg
Amazingly, Campbell missed just two shots all of last week; in three games he was 13-15 from the floor, good for 87 percent. In a quarterfinal game against Sioux City East, he was especially good, going 7-8 from the floor for 16 points and adding 10 rebounds to secure the double-double. Campbell will play linebacker at Iowa next fall, and could be playing on Sundays one day. He was a heck of a high school basketball player.
Cortaviaus Seales, 6′ PG (North Scott)
Sam Link, 6’1 SG (Dubuque, Senior)
Dante Jenkins, 5’10 G (Waukee)
Mason Abbas, 6’1 G (Cedar Falls)
Cooper Medinger (Dubuque, Senior)
Honorable Mention: Andrew Curran, Payton Sandfort, Michael Vicente, Jackson Frerichs, Josh Ollendieck, Corey Phillips, Sam Kilburg, Landon Hermsen, Patrick McCaffery, Nick Timmerman, Daquon Lewis, Matt Stillwill, Sayvion Armstrong