Friday, April 15, 2011

Indiana Recruiting Guide 1A/2A All-State Team

It is amazing how many great players there are in these smaller schools. You have an Indiana All-Star, multiple Division I prospects, 20-point per game scorers, and the states leading scorer is on the Honorable Mention list. Lots of talent this year, so it took awhile to decide who was deserving of All-State versus Honorable Mention honors. Here is this years Class 1A/2A All-State team!

Yogi Ferrell (Park Tudor)
Indiana University

Yogi led Park Tudor to Conseco for the second straight season, but this year he and the Panthers came away with the State Title. The star junior averaged 18.7 points and 6.6 assists per game.

Griffyn Carpenter (Triton)

Led his team to the State Finals on the back of his 19.1 points per game. Very solid all-around player.

Adonis Filer (Bishop Noll)
Brewster Academy

The only Indiana All-Star from either Class A or Class 2A, the State Finalist averaged 15.9 points per game. Has reclassified as 2012 and is heading to Prep School next season.

DeJaun Marrero (Bowman Academy)

The Division I prospect averaged 22.1 points and 15.3 rebounds this season on his way to being named to the "Core" group of Jr. All-Stars.

Dylan Langkabel (Morristown)

In his first season back in Indiana after playing for St. Benedict's Prep School, the junior averaged 27.4 points per game for Morristown.

Brandon Grubl (Morgan Township)

The do-it-all guard led Morgan to the Regional Championship game while averaging 22.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 3.7 assists per game.

Logan Thomas (Monroe Central)
Ball State (Student)

Logan put together one of the best statistical season's of anybody in recent memory. He averaged 25.5 points, 10.2 rebounds, and 7.6 assists per game.

Greg Dickey (Tipton)
University of St. Francis

The hard-nosed floor general will be joining NAIA DII powerhouse St. Francis next season. Dickey averaged 14.3 points and 4.5 assists per game, and is one of the best on the ball defenders I saw this season.

Matthew Schauss (Centerville)
Bethel College

Schauss led the Bulldogs to their 3rd consecutive Sectional Championship. The combo-guard averaged 22 points and 6 rebounds a game.

Dustin Smith (Eastern Hancock)

One of the best shooters in the state, Smith averaged 22.5 points and 5 rebounds a game in his senior campaign. Even with his long range 3-pointers, he shot 43% from beyond the arc.

Honorable Mention

James Blackmon Jr. (Fort Wayne Luers) Indiana University
Clay Yeo (Tipton)
Raymond Green (Indianapolis Metro)
Grant Evans (Wapahani)
Zach Richie (Oregon-Davis)
Mike Crawford (Tipton)
Silas Sims (Hauser)
J.T. Yoho (Eastern Greene)
Garrett Bateman (Shoals)
Kendall Vieke (Vincennes Rivet)

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