Posted On: 02/6/20 6:47 PM

Difference-makers at the center and power forward position can be rare in the small-ball era. But, when teams can utilize one within the offense, they’re vital to a winning system. Below are six big men whose skillsets have shined throughout the season.

Gavin McGrath - Onalaska: As Onalaska develops their case for the top team in the state, McGrath continues to flourish as their center. Onalaska has added scorers across the board, but he still musters up 6.4 points per game. Where he makes his mark is as a body down low. He disrupts paint action from opposing offenses with his 6’9” frame and lengthy wingspan, which has accounted for 2.7 blocks and 5.7 rebounds a game this season.

J.T. Seagreaves - Monroe: Behind Cade Meyer, Seagreaves has had quite the season. The sophomore forward is stretching the floor for Monroe, putting up 13.6 points a game as a switchblade scorer. His jumper continues to be deadly and versatile, while his size gives him a nice mold to fill.

Monroe’s young core is centered around their underclassman trio, and though Seagreaves will help build the program by playing a secondary role, there’s no doubt

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