Posted On: 03/13/21 7:43 AM

Prep Hoops Missouri takes a look at some of top standouts from Friday’s Final Four action at the Class 1,2 and 3 state championships in Springfield.

Blake Fowler Blake Fowler 5'11" | PG Campbell | 2021 State MO (Campbell): The 5'11" 2021 guard closed out his stellar career in high style with 25 points, five assists and five made 3-pointers in the Camels 67-50 victory over Salisbury in the Class 2 state championship game. He knocked down back-breaking 3-pointers at the end of the second and third quarters while dropping some beautiful dimes to open teammates in transition. Shake-n-Blake ended his career as the school's all-time leading scorer in addition to lead Campbell to its first ever state championship.

Braden Branstetter Braden Branstetter 6'3" | SG Hartville | 2021 State MO (Hartville): The 6'3" 2021 guard scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Eagles to a 58-21 over Lift for Life in the Class 3 semifinals. He was really on fire in the second quarter when he scored 15 points to help Hartville really break the game open. He was cash money from distance as he made five of his seven attempts from 3-point range. Braden was also a standout at last year's Final Four when the Eagles won the Class 2 state championship.

Blake Fowler Blake Fowler 5'11" | PG Campbell | 2021 State MO (Campbell): The 5'11" 2021 guard closed out his stellar career in high style with 25 points, five assists and five made 3-pointers in the Camels 67-50 victory over Salisbury in the Class 2 state championship game. He knocked down back-breaking 3-pointers at the end of the second and third quarters while dropping some beautiful dimes to open teammates in transition. Shake-n-Blake ended his career as the school's all-time leading scorer in addition to lead Campbell to its first ever state championship. Braden Branstetter Braden Branstetter 6'3" | SG Hartville | 2021 State MO (Hartville): The 6'3" 2021 guard scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Eagles to a 58-21 over Lift for Life in the Class 3 semifinals. He was really on fire in the second quarter when he scored 15 points to help Hartville really break the game open. He was cash money from distance as he made five of his seven attempts from 3-point range. Braden was also a standout at last year's Final Four when the Eagles won the Class 2 state championship. Drenin Dinkins Drenin Dinkins 6'0" | PG South Iron | 2022 State MO (South Iron): The 6'0" 2022 guard scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Panthers' 74-40 victory over Higbee in the Class 1 state semifinals. He was four of seven from 3-point range, including a 25-footer from the right wing that opened the scoring and got the Panthers off and running to the easy victory. The 10 rebounds is most impressive since he is a point guard. Tony Osburn Tony Osburn 6'2" | CG Mound City | 2022 State MO (Mound City): The 6'2" 2022 guard scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds with four steals to lead the Panthers to a 59-39 victory over St. Elizabeth in the Class 1 state semifinals. The 2,000-point career scorer got things going early with the first seven points of the game with a couple of transition buckets and a long 3-pointer. He hit four 3-pointers on the day, including a couple from the Bears' logo on the JQH Arena floor. Garrett Davault (Norwood): The 6'2" 2022 guard capped off an excellent weekend by scoring 18 points in the Pirates' victory over Norwood in the Class 2 third-place game. Garrett DaBuckets also showcased his all-around game with seven rebounds, eight assists and seven steals as he willed his team back from an early 11-point deficit. He was definitely one of the top offensive talents at the state tournament this weekend. Charlie Parker (Campbell): The 6'3" forward had 18 points and eight rebounds in the Camels 67-50 victory over Salisbury in the Class 2 state championship game. He was a picture of constant motion as he attacked the basket and crashed the boards with reckless abandon. He plays with great energy and he gets the production as a result.

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