Posted On: 09/13/20 3:18 PM

With Louisiana moving to Phase 3, the state is eager for football to begin. Right on the heels of football will be  basketball season. With the grassroots season done and preseason basketball leagues beginning in neighboring states, it is never too early to talk basketball. In this piece, we will take a look at a very early list of who I feel should be contenders for the Gatorade player of the year and the title of Mr. Basketball in the state of Louisiana.

In Alphabetical Order:

  1. Joe Charles Joe Charles 6'7" | SF Carencro | 2021 State LA   
  2. Keon Coleman Keon Coleman 6'4" | SG Opelousas Catholic | 2021 State LA   
  3. Carter Domingue Carter Domingue 6'3" | PG St. Thomas More | 2021 State LA
  4. Chris Lockett Chris Lockett 6'5" | CG Isidore Newman | 2023 State #28 Nation LA
  5. Rayshun McCullar Rayshun McCullar 6'2" | PG Huntington | 2022 State LA
  6. Emaryeon McDonald
  7. Daniel Ortiz Daniel Ortiz 6'1" | CG Calvary Baptist | 2021 State LA
  8. Carlos Stewart
  9. Derrick Tezeno Derrick Tezeno 6'5" | SF North Central | 2021 State LA
  10. Jamond Vincent Jamond Vincent 6'2" | SG Landry-Walker | 2021 State LA

1.  Joe Charles Joe Charles 6'7" | SF Carencro | 2021 State LA (6’7" | Carencro | 2021) - Charles will be coming off a knee injury and has not played highly competitive basketball for a full ten months.  However, knowing Coach Kovatch, Carencro will play a very ambitious schedule.  This will give Charles every opportunity to show that he is fully recovered and that he can elevate a team with his play.  He may not win, but it will be

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