In an effort to provide new and unique ways to cover prospects, we thought it would be important to give some coverage to those that might not always get it. To do that, we will be digging deep into each conference in the state.
We will be breaking down each conference starting with the Class of 2021 first to show college coaches who they need to be placing a value on heading into the year.
We will continue to go through each conference to try and hit as many players as possible with the hopes of helping these seniors-to-be catch the attention of prospective college coaches.
– East Sac County
People around the state now know the name, as the East Sac County standout averaged 22.5 points and 9.4 rebounds per game last year.
Schroeder shot over 62 percent from the field, almost 44 percent from the three-point line and buried 84 percent of his free throws. He finished with 517 total points and 216 rebounds, adding in 64 assists, 52 blocks and 30 steals.
It will be a lot of fun to see what Schroeder and the Raiders do for an encore this coming winter.
If it was not for, would be the top Class of 2021 player in the Twin Lakes Conference.
The Emmetsburg senior-to-be posted 400 points and 172 rebounds last year, shooting almost 55 percent from the field, 40 percent from the three-point line and 73 percent from the charity stripe, adding 40 assists and 27 steals.
Dunlap recently received an offer from Graceland University to play football.
– Pocahontas Area
It was a bit of a tough season for Pocahontas Area, as the Indians finished under .500 overall despite going 7-4 in the league.
In 2020-21, they will be looking to flourish behind returning players such as leading scorer.
Oehlertz posted almost 14 points a night and also led the team with 145 rebounds. He shot 52 percent from the field and buried 26 three-pointers to go along with 32 assists and 19 steals.
– South Central Calhoun
South Central Calhoun had a banner year in 2019-20, but the Titans will be replacing all-staterand a host of others this winter.
Leading the next group in will be Class of 2021’s, who produced 287 points on 42 percent shooting from the floor with a team-leading 48 made three-pointers.
Holder also had 157 rebounds, 55 assists and 47 steals.
Carson Bower – Manson Northwest Webster
For Manson Northwest Webster to take that next step and compete in the Twin Lakes Conference, they will need another big season out of Carson Bower.
Bower scored a team-leading 209 points a year ago, shooting just under 30 percent from the field with 17 made three-pointers. He also was effective getting to – and converting – at the free throw line, making 60 of 80 attempts.
The guard added 90 rebounds, 58 assists and 25 steals to his totals for the Cougars.