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Posted On: 03/25/21 6:11 PM

Prep Hoops Missouri takes a look at some of those important unsung standouts from last weekend’s state Final Four.

Tre’Von Love (Vashon): The shifty 6’2 2021 point guard provided many solid and crowd-pleasing moments for the Wolverines as they won the Class 4 state title. Had had 11 points and seven assists in the semifinals against Blair Oaks. He showcased nifty handles, some ankle-breaking moves off the dribble while dropping some fancy dimes. He also had some very acrobatic finishes at the rim.

Ilyaas Harris Ilyaas Harris 5'11" | PG Cardinal Ritter | 2021 State MO (Cardinal Ritter): A 6’0 2021 point guard, “Biscuit” had a productive weekend for the Lions, who won the Class 5 state championship game. He scored 18 points and came up with some very timely 3-point shooting in the Lions double-overtime victory over Van Horn in the state semifinals. He’s an excellent facilitator at point guard who can score when needed.

Josh Bowes (Bolivar): The 6’6 2022 forward really emerged down the stretch in the postseason and that continued into the Final Four, when he averaged 14 points in the two games. He is a physical player in the post who was a consistent finisher around the basket.

Austin Vick Austin Vick 6'8" | PF Westminster | 2022 State MO (Westminster): The

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