Posted On: 11/17/20 3:34 PM

The Teams

Dallas Center-Grimes (17-7): The Mustangs got off to a hot start this past season as they went 7-0, knocking off eventual state participant Ballard. They would end the season in the substate final game against a tough Norwalk team, and finishing 4th in the conference overall. The obvious name and candidate to be conference player of the year is Cole GlasgowColeGlasgow6'3" | SGDallas Center-Grimes | 2022StateIA, as the Junior guard put up a stat line of 15.6 points per game, 4.4 rebounds per game, and 2 assists per game. A versatile player, and a Prep Hoops top five ranked player in our 2022 rankings, Glasgow has athleticism and shooting ability that makes him hard to guard for anyone. The other weapon the Mustangs utilize is Senior point guard Luke RankinLukeRankin5'10" | PGDallas Center-Grimes | 2021StateIA. The heady lead guard, and Dordt commit, dishes out 6.4 assists per game to go along with his 13.5 points per game. DC-G will not have to worry about being beat inside with size either as they have Seniors Alex ThomasAlexThomas6'5" | PFDallas Center-Grimes | 2021StateIA and Beau Barrett to go along with Sophomore Ike Eddy, who are all within 6’5-6’6. If the Rankin and Glasgow duo can continue to produce

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