Monday, April 11, 2011

Indiana Recruiting Guide 3A/4A All-State Team

This is the first year that the Indiana Recruiting Guide will be announcing an All-State team. In order to give players from all levels the exposure and accolades that they deserve, we will be naming two teams, a 3A/4A team as well as 1A/2A squad. There will be 10 All-State selections, as well as 10 Honorable Mention picks. Congratulations to all of these great players!

2010-2011 Indiana Recruiting Guide Player of the Year: Cody Zeller (Washington)
Indiana University

The McDonald's All-American and Indiana Mr. Basketball award-winner averaged 24.1 points and 13.3 rebounds a game on his way to another State Championship.

Marquis Teague (Pike)
University of Kentucky

Marquis, another of Indiana's McDonald's All-American game participants, lead Pike to a 20-5 record this season. He averaged 22.1 points and 6 assists per contest. He looks to the next in a long line of great point guards to play for Coach Cal at UK. Finished 3rd in the Indiana Mr. Basketball voting.

Dee Davis (Bloomington South)
Xavier University

Lead Bloomington South the Class 4A State Championship. Davis averaged 21.9 points and 5.6 assists. He finished 4th in the Indiana Mr. Basketball voting.

Nic Moore (Warsaw)
Illinois State University

After a fantastic senior campaign, Moore struggled with an injury down the stretch which derailed his hopes of leading Warsaw back to the State Finals. He finished 2nd in the Mr. Basketball voting while averaging 27.7 points per game.

Braden Dawson (Lew Wallace)
Michigan State University

A McDonald's All-American, Dawson is one of the most highly touted seniors in the country. His team had a rough season, but I expect him to fit right into his role at the next level.

D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera (North Central)

The Junior averaged 25.2 points while leading the Panthers to a Regional Championship. Rivera has really improved his outside shooting, knocking down over 50 3's this season.

Kellen Dunham (Pendleton Heights)
Butler University

Averaged 23.6 points and made 77 3-pointers (43% shooting). The junior is without a doubt one of the best pure shooters in the state.

Andy Smeathers (Center Grove)
Butler University

His stats may not wow you, but Smeathers is one of the most complete players in Indiana. At 6'8'', he can shoot the ball from the outside, and is also a good slasher and can finish around the rim. Averaged 14.6 points and 5 rebounds. I see him turning into a Gordon Hayward type of player in a couple years at Butler.

Gary Harris (Hamilton Southeastern)

Possibly the most sought after commodity in the Class of 2012 in Indiana, Harris enjoyed a great Junior season, averaging 18.6 points and 5 rebounds.

Glenn Robinson (Lake Central)
University of Michigan

Son of former Purdue great Glenn Robinson, the Junior averaged 22.1 points and 5.2 rebounds. He was also named to the "Core" group of Junior All-Stars.

Honorable Mention

Austin Richie (Lowell)-Western Michigan
Justin Gant (Terre Haute North)-Indiana State
Eric Stutz (Castle)-Eastern Kentucky
Joe Crisman (Munster)-Loyola
Ron Patterson (Broad Ripple)-Indiana
Trey Lyles (Indianapolis Tech)-Indiana
Jonny Marlin (Center Grove)-IPFW
Austin Etherington (Hamilton Heights)-Indiana
P.J. Boutte (Howe)-Detroit
Spike Albrecht (Crown Point)-Undeclared

The Class 1A/2A All-State team will be released later this week.

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