81 || PG | South Central Calhoun
The 6-3 guard missed a handful of games throughout the year for the Titans, but was incredibly productive when he was on the floor, averaging 25.2 points with 57-39-80 shooting splits. He also swiped a team-high 72 steals.
82 || PG | Iowa City West
Goodman isn’t much of an offensive threat at all, but is a really good passer who handles the ball well and sees the floor extremely well. He had 97 assists against just 42 turnovers, and is also a solid defender.
83 || PG | Algona
The 6-3 guard led an 18-win Algona team in scoring, assists and steals. He can impact the game in a variety of different ways.
A 5-10 combo guard, Heth was a key player off the bench for the last few years for very successful Tigers teams. He’s a shooter with limitless range who moves well off the ball and has a lightning quick release. He’s also a solid secondary ball handler who limits turnovers and can get others involved. He’s headed to play at Briar Cliff.
85 || CG | Okoboji
A 6-0 guard, Helmers is a volume scorer who averaged just under 21 points a game for the Pioneers and made a team-high 59 3-pointers. A dynamic scoring threat who is a great free throw shooter (88.5%).
86 || C | WACO
The big man has been extremely productive across the board for the last several years for the Warriors. A talented passer and excellent rebounder, he led WACO in scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and blocks.
87 || PG | Denison-Schleswig
A 5-11 lead guard who can score it and dish it, Wiebers makes an impact on both ends of the floor. He led the Monarchs with 17.4 points a game, dished out 87 assists and had a team-high 77 steals. Capable of scoring from all three levels.
A lead guard with great speed, McCrary can change the game with his quickness on both ends of the floor. Earlier in his high school career he had a tendency to get himself into trouble playing too fast, but he did a better job this year of limiting turnovers and improving shot selection. He’s a capable shooter from deep, but likes to attack the bucket where he’s a creative finisher. He’ll play at Coe.
89 || PG | Pella Christian
A lead guard with decent size at 6-2, Jungling is equally adept scoring or facilitating. He shot 44% from behind the arc and had 73 assists against just 24 turnovers as a senior.
90 || SG | Cedar Falls
Sernett was a starter this year, and a key bench player on last year’s state championship team. Capable of scoring from all three levels, he’s a solid defender and passer who does all the little things teams need to win games.