Profiles by Chuck Klonke
Drew Arft, Lutheran North, 6-0, Junior>> Scored 23 points to lead Mustangs to non-league win vs. Anchor Bay. Averaged 19.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per-game to help team finish 13-9.
Jauron Vicks, Warren Woods-Tower, 6-4 Junior >> Had 27-point, 8-rebound effort vs. Lakeview. Helped Titans win LCN tournament and finish second in MAC Gold. Averaged 14.1 points, 5.7 rebounds per-game.
Romeo Weems, New Haven, 6-6, Freshman >> Quckly established himself as one of the top players for MAC Gold, district and regional champ. Had triple-double in league win vs. St. Clair.
Eric Williams Jr., New Haven, 6-4, Junior >> Made an immediate impact on Rockets’ season Averaged 16.5 points, 3 assists per-game.
Zivan Shackleford, South Lake, 5-8, Senior >> Steady guard scored Shackleford scored 32 points and made six steals against Center Line, and t had 20 points and five steals against Clawson. Also had 30 vs. Lincoln.
Ricky Dixon, Lake Shore, 6-3, Junior >> Split time between guard and forward for MAC Silver champions. Led Shorians in scoring with 13.3 average. Averaged nearly 5 rebounds per-game.
Jordan Jackson, Clintondale, 6-2, Senior >> Three-year varsity player improved steadily in his scoring and leadership roles for the Dragons.
Innocent Nwoko, New Haven, 6-11, Senior >> Has made such remarkable strides in his first three years of playing basketball that he earned a scholarship to Central Michigan.
Justin Parker, Michigan Collegiate, 6-4, Senior >> Helped carry the Cougars to a 13-10 record and a berth in the Class B district title game. Had 11 points and 11 rebounds in OT win vs. Lakeview.
Carl Pettway, Fitzgerald, 6-3, Sophomore >> Scored game-high 26 points in 63-56 victory against Grosse Pointe North. Had 18 points in a one-point loss to Lakeview.
C.J. Barnes, Warren Woods-Tower, 6-6 Senior >> Scored 26 points vs. G.P. North. Averaged 12.7 points, 7.5 rebounds per-game. Created matchup problems with perimeter shooting.
Chase Churchill, Richmond, 5-11, Sophomore >> Averaged 15 points and five rebounds for 15-5 Blue Devils team that graduated eight seniors. Had 27 points, 12 rebounds vs. Cros-Lex. Football QB.
Adam Job, Armada, 5-11, Sophomore >> Led the Tigers in scoring (10.7), assists (4.6), steals (3.4). Took over as starting point guard as a freshmen and handles the ball 80 percent of the time.
Anthony Morgan, South Lake, 6-4, Senior >> Hit fifth 3-pointer of the game with nine seconds left in the third OT to give the Cavaliers a 62-61 victory against Marysville. He finished with 21 points.
Chris Still, Center Line, 6-3, Senior >> Was the Panthers’ top offensive threat in many of their games on the way to an 8-6 league record. Scored 17 points in loss to South Lake.
Isaiah Hasan, Clintondale, 5-11, Senior >> Scored 22 points to lead the Dragons to a victory against St. Clair in the district tournament. Playing his first season of organized basketball.
Darrell Heard, South Lake, 6-0, Senior >> Dished out 10 assists to help Cavaliers defeat Lincoln for coach Kurt Wilson’s 200th victory. Had 17 points in victory against Mount Clemens.
Jack Hilt, Lutheran North, 6-4, Junior >> Was a force inside on offense and defense for the Mustangs, but could also hit from outside. Averaged 13.1 points and nearly 8 rebounds per-game.
Cortez Jackson, Lake Shore, 6-1, Junior >> Point guard for MAC Silver champions averaged 9.3 points, 6.1 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 3.7 steals per-game.
Fred Lawson Jr., Armada, 6-4, Senior >> Three-year starter sacrificed some scoring to bring the young team together. Had high games of 19 and 17 points. One of team’s best defenders.
Damon Osley, Michigan Collegiate, 5-7, Senior >> Point guard had 13 points and six assists to spark Cougars’ non-league victory vs. Troy Athens. Had 16 points, 8 assists in district win vs. Lakeview.
Dazmond Lawrence, Warren Woods-Tower, 6-0, Junior >> Impacts defense with his quickness, relentless pressure on the ball and his ability to get deflections. Created transition offense.
Terrance Green, South Lake, 6-2, Senior >> Provided senior leadership and solid defensive work inside to help the Cavaliers to a 17-5 record and second place in MAC Silver.
Isaiah Hasan, Clintondale, 5-11, Senior >> Playing his first season of organized basketball, he picked up the intricacies of playing defense quickly for the Dragons.
Alante Stevens, New Haven, 6-1, Senior >> Played both soccer and football for the Rockets in the fall and he used that athletic ability to be a defensive force for the basketball team.
Steven Mezuk, Center Line, 6-3, Senior >> Provided strong play on the boards and defense down low for the Panthers. Also plays on the school’s soccer and baseball teams.
Robert Anderson, Warren Woods-Tower; Jerry Ben, New Haven; Ken Boling, Center Line; Jordan Davis, Michigan Collegiate; Daevon Duplessis, Mount Clemens; Josh Eldridge, Clintondale; D’Sean Hamilton, Richmond; Cody Lawrence, Merritt; Micah McLain, Parkway Christian; Mitchell Ruczynski, Armada; Andrew Terry, Lincoln; Elijah Thaut, Lutheran North; Delano Williams, Mount Clemens; Wes Wolschleger, Memphis.