Posted On: 12/1/19 7:14 PM

The high school basketball season kicked off this past weekend, with Breakdown Sports' "Big 12 Classic" playing host to 12 of the state's top teams! Prep Hoops was in attendance, and we dish out some of the top role players from the event.

Andrew Chisley (6'6 2021 F, Hopkins)- Hopkins is a brand new team this year, and although they possess a deep group of guards, they need some new post talent to step up to the plate. Andrew Chisley was among the new faces who saw time, and he provided valuable minutes in the paint against Park Center. The junior scored 11 points during the contest, using his length and a soft touch to finish opportunities in the paint. Andrew also stepped outside for a mid-range jumper. He displayed good patience on his paint touches, not rushing his shots, and using a pump fake to get opponents in the air. A strong performance in the season opener could lead to consistent minutes the rest of the season for Andrew.

Andrew Irvin (5'11 2020 PG, DeLaSalle)- Andrew won't catch anyone's eye on the box score, but if you watch DeLaSalle play you'll understand why he was a starter last year and team

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