Posted On: 11/14/19 1:19 PM

We are about to approach the beginning of the 2019-2020 HS season.

I like to take a look at my annual “Top-5’s”. 

It’s just a fun way to take a look at players' elite skills in different categories. 

 

We move over to who are the most versatile players. Which seniors will impact the game with their versatility this seasons in the AIA?

Here are my Top-5:

1. Logan Phillips (Valley Christian)-A super rare 6'7+ player that literally plays all 5 positions. Handles like a guard, shoots it and will flush it down. The POY in 3A last year is a match-up nightmare. (Pictured)    

https://twitter.com/JUSTCHILLY/status/1153823364865089537

2. Devon Brooke (ALA-QC)--Another 6'7 forward who is a point forward type. Shoots 3's and can post up plus throw it down on the break.  

3. Zeke Thompkins (Apollo)--An almost 6'6 point forward who plays the 1-3 but can also defend the 4-man with great length.  

4. Shemar Morrow (Shadow Mountain)--Around 6'4 also defends basically every position on the court. 

5. Arnold Dates (Brophy)--One of the strongest and tougher 6'3 players you will find. Posts up like he's 6'7 and can handle like a guard. 

 

My next-5:

1. James Burries (Moon Valley)--Near 6'4

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