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matt610

Mr. Basketball 2014 Finalists

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matt610    4

Class A
Desonta Bradford, Humboldt
Derrick Spears, Middle Tennessee Christian
Levi Woods, Meigs County

Class AA
Braxton Blackwell, Christ Presbyterian Academy
Jordon Varnado, Haywood
LeGerald Vick, Douglass

Class AAA
C.J. Anderson, Arlington
Leron Black, White Station
Daniel Norl, Kenwood

Division II-A
Clay Hertel, Donelson Christian Academy
Rob Marberry, Franklin Road Academy
Justin Wertner, St. George’s

Division II-AA
Josh Bougher, Christian Brothers
Andrew Fleming, Ensworth
Slate Rider, Father Ryan

 

 

So who do you guys think will/should win? Who do you think got snubbed?

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coachsc1985    4

I thought Jaylan Barford got snubbed in AA and thought there were better players in AAA than CJ Anderson, like Chris Chiozza, Nic Smith,Dedric and Keelon Lawson.

I thought Barford was the biggest snub of them all, he is totally a mr. Basketball finalist, and CJ Anderson shouldn't of been in the conversation, the guard from dyer county should of pulled more votes than him...

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Class A

Desonta Bradford, Humboldt

Derrick Spears, Middle Tennessee Christian

Levi Woods, Meigs County

 

Class AA

Braxton Blackwell, Christ Presbyterian Academy

Jordon Varnado, Haywood

LeGerald Vick, Douglass

 

Class AAA

C.J. Anderson, Arlington

Leron Black, White Station

Daniel Norl, Kenwood

 

Division II-A

Clay Hertel, Donelson Christian Academy

Rob Marberry, Franklin Road Academy

Justin Wertner, St. George’s

 

Division II-AA

Josh Bougher, Christian Brothers

Andrew 

A few players could have made the final cut. I guess these kids need to make it to state to solidify their nomination

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DougS    2

I thought Jaylan Barford got snubbed in AA and thought there were better players in AAA than CJ Anderson, like Chris Chiozza, Nic Smith,Dedric and Keelon Lawson.

 

 

I thought Barford was the biggest snub of them all, he is totally a mr. Basketball finalist, and CJ Anderson shouldn't of been in the conversation, the guard from dyer county should of pulled more votes than him...

 

If you have objections to the finalists, that is yiour right.  But please dont discount or degrade another young man just because a player you thought was "better" did not make the finalist.

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Not discarding anybody because all are deserving and there are only 3 that are nominated,so there will be players left off that some posters say that should be nominated.I believe Barford is the biggest snub and there were other players that are better than CJ Anderson.

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DougS    2

At the end of the topic that Matt 610 started,I think that it says who do you think should win it and WHO DO YOU GUYS THINK GOT SNUBBED.So I was just giving my opinion.

 

Thanks Chipper

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boogie123    3

Has there been any discussion about possibly changing the format of Mr. Basketball to follow how KY does it?  They have 7 nominees state-wide and one is chosen as an overall winner.  In addition, only seniors are allowed to be nominated.

 

What are everyone's thoughts on that type of format?

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