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High School Throwball Recruiting

#2 Ranked Player in 2019 Class,Josh Goodwin,makes recruiting update when he adressed the media today

When he adressed the media today,Josh Goodwin (1PF,2OV) in the 2019 Class,that after the recruiting dead period ends on March 31,he plans to make visits to where he’s committed to Duke,North Carolina,Ohio State,Michigan State,Michigan,SLM,Dayton,Arkansas,Naples,Alabama,Auburn,Georgia,Atlanta,Georgia Baptist,FGCU,Florida,Ft. Lauderdale,Texas,Oklahoma State,Missouri,and Baylor.”I think after I make my visits I will cut my school list down to at least eight”,he told Throwball News.Goodwin is still firmly committed to Duke,sources say.

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College Throwball

Everything you need to know about Friday’s one seed region, Game Two, Sweet 16 Games

1.Arkansas 32-0 (21-0) SEC 1
4.Northwestern 29-3 (18-2) Big 10

Location:Fayetteville,AR

Key Player:Kelvin Robinson is the best player in college throwball and is number one on most draft boards.While the Little Rock native has not scored a lot (35.6 GPG was his regular season average) he has still put up 20.2 GPG and averaged a triple double with over fourteen rebounds and over fourteen assists.

Key Stat:40%.Both Arkansas and Northwestern held thier opponents in the Round of sixty-four and round of thirty-two games to under forty percent from the field.Arkansas only shot forty-three percent in their game one win over the Wildcats.

1.Little Rock 32-0 (19-0) Sun Belt 1
5.Auburn 25-6 (16-5) SEC

Location:Little Rock,AR

Key Player:Cam Jones.While Sophomore Point Guard Allie Freeman has led UALR to a one-seed,Cam Jones,another spectacular Point Guard,is supposed to go in the top ten in this years’ NTBL Draft as a Senior.Jones averages thirty-three goals per game and twelve assists per game.

Key Stat:22.Little Rock averages twenty-two turnovers per game.They great defense has led to dominating victorys during the whole season.

1.North Carolina 32-0 (21-0) ACC 1
4.Naples 25-6 (15-3) Arkansas Valley

Location:Chapel Hill,NC

Key Player:M.J. Paige.THe Senior Guard could go as high as number one in the draft while averaging thirty-four goals per game, and adding thirteen more assists per game.

Key Stat:7.Seven of Naples’ players average double-figures in scoring.This leads to dominat wins because players are scoring so much.

4.Huff College 26-5 (15-3) Arkansas Valley 1
9.LSU 21-12 (11-9) SEC

Location:Athens,GA

Key Player:N.C. Huff.Huff,as a Junior Point Guard can change a game just like that.He’s a scoring machine and is a very underrated defender.Huff could declare as soon as the end of the season if he will be entering the 2018 NTBL Draft,or waiting another year,after he completes his senior year.

Key Stat:104.LSU averages one-hundred four goals per game.The only reason this team wasn’t a top twenty-five team was that they are not the greatest defensive team.One hundred four goals usually overwhelmes teams to the point where they will get tired of keeping up with the tigers.

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NTBL

NTBL Primer:Standings (NTBL Playoffs start this weekend),Awards,Mock Draft,Draft Order

*=Playoff Team
Eastern Conference Standings by Division
Southeast
1.Little Rock Bucks 32-0*
2.Birmingham Dragons 31-1*
3.Dallas Blues 30-2*
4.New Orleans Tigers 19-13

Atlantic
1.Tampa Bay Hurricane 29-3 (Head to Head wins over Charlotte)*
2.Charlotte Avalanche 29-3*
3.DC Hawks 28-4
4.Richmond Eagles 10-22

Midwest
1.Chicago Bruins 30-2*
2.Cleveland Warriors 27-5 (Head to Head wins over Detroit)
3.Detroit Avalanche 27-5
4.Kansas City Panthers 20-12

Northeast
1.Boston Wolves 30-2 (Head to Head wins over New York)*
2.New York Wildcats 30-2*
3.Pittsburgh Grizzlies 25-7
4.Augusta Pumas 18-14

Playoff Seeds
1.Little Rock Bucks 32-0
2.Birmingham Dragons 31-1
3.Boston Wolves 30-2 (Head to Head wins over New York, Chicago and Dallas)
4.Dallas Blues 30-2 (Head to Head win over New York, and Chicago)
5.Chicago Bruins 30-2 (Head to Head win over New York)
6.New York Wildcats 30-2
7.Tampa Bay Hurricane 29-3 (Head to Head wins over Charlotte)
8.Charlotte Avalanche 29-3
Outside Looking In
9.DC Hawks 28-4
10.Cleveland Warriors 27-5 (Head to Head wins over Detroit)
11.Detroit Avalanche 27-5
12.Pittsburgh Grizzlies 25-7
13.Kansas City Panthers 20-12
14.New Orleans Tigers 19-13
15.Augusta Pumas 18-14
16.Richmond Eagles 10-22

Playoff Match Ups (Seven Game Series)
1.Little Rock Bucks 32-0
8.Charlotte Avalanche 29-3

4.Dallas Blues 30-2
5.Chicago Bruins 30-2

3.Boston Wolves 30-2
6.New York Wildcats 30-2

2.Birmingham Dragons 31-1
7.Charlotte Avalanche 29-3

Awards
MVP:C.J. Williams,PG,Little Rock
Rookie of the Year:Jonathan Williams,PG,DC
Most Improved Player:Benton Cook,SF,Charlotte
Defensive Player of the Year:Zion Johnson,PF,Boston
Head Coach of the Year:Warren Hughes,Head Coach,DC Hawks

Western Conference Standings by Division
Southwest
1.San Antonio Sharks 32-0*
2.Oklahoma City Pumas 29-3*
2.Santa Fe Indians 24-8 (Head to Head win over Phoenix)
4.Phoenix Storm 24-8

Pacific
1.LA Pacific 31-1*
2.LA Suns 28-4*
3.Sacramento Hornets 27-5
4.San Diego Rockets 22-10

Midwest
1.Tulsa Thunder 30-2*
2.Minneapolis Wild Dogs 28-4*
3.Jefferson City Sabertooths 20-12 (Head to Head win over Des Moines)
4.Des Moines Trojans 20-12

Northwest
1.Seattle Bears 30-2*
2.Portland Foxes 24-8 (Head to Head Win over Boise,Eugene)
3.Boise Stallions 24-8 (Head to Head win over Eugene)
4.Eugene Coyotes 24-8

Playoff Seeds
1.San Antonio Sharks 32-0
2.LA Pacific 31-1
3.Tulsa Thunder 30-2 (Head to Head win over Seattle)
4.Seattle Bears 30-2
5.Oklahoma City Pumas 29-3
6.LA Suns 28-4 (Head to Head win over Minnesota)
7.Minnesota Wild Dogs 28-4
8.Sacramento Hornets 27-5
Outside Looking In
9.Portland Foxes 24-8 (Head to Head Win over Boise,Eugene,Santa Fe,and Phoenix)
10.Boise Stallions 24-8 (Head to Head win over Eugene,Santa Fe,and Phoenix)
11.Eugene Coyotes 24-8 (Head to Head win over Santa Fe,and Phoenix)
12.Santa Fe Indians 24-8 (Head to Head win over Phoenix)
13.Phoenix Storm 24-8
14.San Diego Rockets 22-10
15.Jefferson City Sabertooths 20-12 (Head to Head win over Des Moines)
16.Des Moines Trojans 20-12

Playoff Match Ups
1.San Antonio Sharks 32-0
8.Sacramento Hornets 27-5

4.Seattle Bears 30-2
5.Oklahoma City Pumas 29-3

3.Tulsa Thunder 30-2
6.LA Suns 28-4

2.LA Pacific 31-1
7.Minnesota Wild Dogs 28-4

Awards
MVP:I.J. Johnson,PF,San Antonio
Rookie of the Year:Co:Josh Huff,SF,Eugene,B.J. Johnson,PF,Boise
Most Improved Player:K.J. Meeks,SG,Santa Fe
Defensive Player of the Year:Grant Millard,PG,Jefferson City
Head Coach of the Year:Lonnie Morgane,Head Coach,San Antonio Sharks

Draft Order and Mock Draft 1.0
With decision time to enter the NTBL Draft for underclassmen looming,I decided to use every underclassmen that had already declared and when the rest of the underclassmen declare we will make another mock draft.

1.Richmond Eagles-Kelvin Robinson-SF-Sophomore-Arkansas
As we said when we projected the top ten players taken in this years’ NTBL Draft,he is one of the best prospects ever.He’s shown that even though he hasn’t averaged very many goals during the NCAA Tournament,he’s averaged fourteen assists and fourteen rebounds.Robinson is a versatile player,and unless fellow Sophomore, and Duke Center A.J. Williams declares for the draft,he will be the unanimous number one pick in April.

2.Augusta Pumas-J.A. Williams-SG,PG-Sophomore-Arkansas
Robinson’s teammate is-yes-expected to go number two in the draft.Williams may only average twenty goals per game but the sheer talent he has is going to be hard for any team to pass up.He has,also,been a great leader to all of the Freshman this year on the Hill.

3.New Orleans Tigers-M.J. Paige-PG-Senior-North Carolina
Paige led UNC to another number one seed,and they have not lost all NCAA Tournament let alone the whole season.Paige is a great leader,who puts up almost thirty-five goals per game as well as thirteen assists, and six steals.

4.Des Moines Trojans-Kadeem Payne-SG-Senior (JUCO)-Michigan
The only reason Payne fell from number three to number four was the way that M.J. Paige has led North Carolina to another number one-seed.Payne,at about 6’8,can play both wing spots,and can shoot very well from distance,and lock up the opposing team’s best player.

5.Kansas City Panthers-Emmanuel Randle-PG-Senior-Virginia State
Its hard to pass up a 6’7 Guard,which is why Randle could go even higher.Randle has almost identical stats to M.J. Paige.He has a great defensive ability to guard the opposition’s ball handler and do it well.

6.Jefferson City Sabertooths-Cam Jones-PG-Senior-Auburn
Cam Jones is putting up awesome numbers yet again this season and has led Auburn to another chance to win a championship.Jones puts up at least thirty goals a night and his passing and ability to play great defense stands out.

7.San Diego Rockets-James Norfolk-SF-Senior-Virginia State
Norfolk has starred,along with Emmanuel Randle and has brought talent on both sides of the ball.He is tall and has the speed to guard point guards and shooting guards at the next level.

8.Phoenix Storm-Sullivan Ulysses-SF-Senior-John’s Hopkins
Sullivan Ulysses has shot up the draft boards in large part due to his amazing NCAA Tournament so far.For the season he put up thirty-one goals per game,fourteen rebounds, and twelve assists.Ulysses should have been this high earlier,but he has been an underrated player all of his career.

9.Santa Fe Indians-DeMarcus Paige-PF-Junior-Florida State
Paige declared for the draft after his team’s loss to John’s Hopkins in the NCAA Tournament, and fell one spot due to SUllivan Ulysses.DeMarcus Paige has shown that he is the best power forward in the country.He averages over thirty-four goals,twelve rebounds, and six blocks.Paige fits great with any NTBL team because he can play center or power forward.

10.Eugene Coyotes-Jevon Carter-PG-Senior-Virginia Tech
Jevon Carter is a talented guard who will be a great player at the next level despite his 6’3 height.He is a perfect fit besides last years’ number one pick Josh Huff.Despite missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time in his career,Jalen Carter has starred for Virginia Tech.Carter has a great offensive and defensive game that will,hopefully,translate to the pros.

Rest of Draft Order
11.Boise Stallions
12.Portland Foxes
13.Pittsburgh Grizzlies
14.Sacramento Hornets
15.Detroit Avalanche
16.Cleveland Warriors
17.Minnesota Wild Dogs
18.DC Hawks
19.LA Suns
20.Charlotte Avalanche

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College Throwball NTBL

NTBL Mock Draft 1.0 (Projecting the top ten picks)

With decision time to enter the NTBL Draft for underclassmen looming,I decided to use every underclassmen that had already declared and when the rest of the underclassmen declare we will make another mock draft.

1.Kelvin Robinson-SF-Sophomore-Arkansas
As we said when we projected the top ten players taken in this years’ NTBL Draft,he is one of the best prospects ever.He’s shown that even though he hasn’t averaged very many goals during the NCAA Tournament,he’s averaged fourteen assists and fourteen rebounds.Robinson is a versatile player,and unless fellow Sophomore, and Duke Center A.J. Williams declares for the draft,he will be the unanimous number one pick in April.

2.J.A. Williams-SG,PG-Sophomore-Arkansas
Robinson’s teammate is-yes-expected to go number two in the draft.Williams may only average twenty goals per game but the sheer talent he has is going to be hard for any team to pass up.He has,also,been a great leader to all of the Freshman this year on the Hill.

3.M.J. Paige-PG-Senior-North Carolina
Paige led UNC to another number one seed,and they have not lost all NCAA Tournament let alone the whole season.Paige is a great leader,who puts up almost thirty-five goals per game as well as thirteen assists, and six steals.

4.Kadeem Payne-SG-Senior (JUCO)-Michigan
The only reason Payne fell from number three to number four was the way that M.J. Paige has led North Carolina to another number one-seed.Payne,at about 6’8,can play both wing spots,and can shoot very well from distance,and lock up the opposing team’s best player.

5.Emmanuel Randle-PG-Senior-Virginia State
Its hard to pass up a 6’7 Guard,which is why Randle could go even higher.Randle has almost identical stats to M.J. Paige.He has a great defensive ability to guard the opposition’s ball handler and do it well.

6.Cam Jones-PG-Senior-Auburn
Cam Jones is putting up awesome numbers yet again this season and has led Auburn to another chance to win a championship.Jones puts up at least thirty goals a night and his passing and ability to play great defense stands out.

7.James Norfolk-SF-Senior-Virginia State
Norfolk has starred,along with Emmanuel Randle and has brought talent on both sides of the ball.He is tall and has the speed to guard point guards and shooting guards at the next level.

8.Sullivan Ulysses-SF-Senior-John’s Hopkins
Sullivan Ulysses has shot up the draft boards in large part due to his amazing NCAA Tournament so far.For the season he put up thirty-one goals per game,fourteen rebounds, and twelve assists.Ulysses should have been this high earlier,but he has been an underrated player all of his career.

9.DeMarcus Paige-PF-Junior-Florida State
Paige declared for the draft after his team’s loss to John’s Hopkins in the NCAA Tournament, and fell one spot due to SUllivan Ulysses.DeMarcus Paige has shown that he is the best power forward in the country.He averages over thirty-four goals,twelve rebounds, and six blocks.Paige fits great with any NTBL team because he can play center or power forward.

10.Jalen Carter-PG-Senior-Virginia Tech
Jalen Carter is a talented guard who will be a great player at the next level despite his 6’3 height.Despite missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time in his career,Jalen Carter has starred for Virginia Tech.Carter has a great offensive and defensive game that will,hopefully,translate to the pros.

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College Throwball

Recruit and Return:Did Not Make NCAAs:Arkansas State is a good team but they faltered late in the season

Possible 2018-19 Starting 6 (Class they are going to be in next year)
G:Mor Johnson (Freshman)
G:Will Richardson (Junior)
F:Kathlon Reed (Freshman)
F:Alonzo Wells (JUCO Junior)
C:Mike Jones (Senior)
Key Bench Piece:G:Devin Christian (Freshman)

Who is Lost:They lose Zion Houston and Teddy Snyder up front and are replaced by JUCO Junior Alonzo Wells and Mike Jones a Senior.Both of these guys are veteran players so the Red Wolves will have to get more talent at those positions as soon as next year.

Who is Added:Arkansas State had five-star Center Ned Thomas (3C,26OV) committed but then he flipped to Arkansas, and also lost Xion Thompson (34SF,114OV) during the signing period.They added Kathlon Reed (21SF,72OV) out of Benton,Arkansas, Mor Johnson (21PG,86OV) a Point Guard from Orlando,Florida, and Devin Christian (27PG,113OV) another Point Guard from Florida.

What it Means for Next Season:Now that Arkansas State is more talented,they should be able to make a run in March Madness when it returns to its old format next season.

NIT Status:Getting a two seed in the NIT is no joke.Will Richardson needs to lead his team to an NIT Championship,leading to (hopefully) an NCAA Tournament apperance next year.

Status:Up.Young players will be the stars of the team, and if they can do that,I don’t see any reason why this team will be in the top twenty-five next season.

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College Throwball

NIT Time!

(Not like NCAA Tournament Series this year,each match up one game,higher seed gets home field advantage.)

Florida Region
1.Florida 15-10 (12-8) SEC
8.Seattle State 14-11 (11-7) ANorth

4.Cornell 17-8 (12-5) Ivy League
5.Appalachian State 16-9 (12-5) Sun Belt

3.Oregon State 17-8 (11-6) Pac-12
6.Ohio State 14-11 (10-7) Big 10

2.Maryland 16-9 (13-7) Big 10
7.Fairhope 14-11 (11-9) AValley

Michigan State Region
1.Michigan State 15-10 (11-8) Big 10
8.Daphne 14-11 (11-7) AtlanticWest

4.Washington D.C. 14-11 (11-8) AtlanticWest
5.Boulder 14-11 (11-7) ANorth

3.Notre Dame 15-10 (11-8) ACC
6.St. John’s 16-9 (13-2) Big East

2.Arkansas State 17-8 (13-4) Sun Belt
7.Georgia Tech 13-12 (9-11) ACC

Jones College Region
1.Jones College 15-10 (12-8) AValley
8.Lamar 19-6 (15-4) Southland

4.Canton Baptist 14-11 (12-6) ANorth
5.Eastern Miss 14-11 (11-9) AValley

3.Syracuse 15-10 (12-6) ACC
6.BYU 20-5 (14-4) WCC

2.Kansas State 15-10 (11-8) Big 12
7.NM-Albuquerque 21-4 (16-3) WCC
Virginia Tech Region
1.Virginia Tech 15-10 (11-8) ACC
8.William and Mary 22-3 (14-2) CAA

4.Western Miss 15-10 (11-8) AValley
5.Northern Arkansas 14-11 (10-9) AtlanticWest

3.Clemson 15-10 (11-8) ACC
6.UM-Springfield 14-11 (11-9) AValley

2.Southern New York 14-11 (11-7) ANorth
7.UT-Lubbock 21-4 (16-2) LSC

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College Throwball

Recruit and Return:Did Not Make NCAAs:Florida had good not great recruiting class,time to use it well

Possible 2018-19 Starting Six (Class they are in next year)
G:Cam Wells (Sophomore)
G:Greg Frazier (Freshman)
G:Dallas Houston (Junior)
F:Quinn Gee (Freshman)
C:DeShawn Hand (Freshman)
Goalie:T.J. Stoudemire (Senior)

Who is lost:All who are leaving (Ricardo Frederick and Victor Zeller) are players being replaced by underrated freshman.Frederick and Zeller like the Freshmen that are coming into replace them were also underrated in college,nothing special but both averaged about ten goals and eight boards for their careers in Gainseville.Losing one of the best goalies in the country (T.J. Stoudemire) will be bad next year but that is next year not this year.

Who is added:They had the top two recruits in the nation (Jaylen Moore and Carter Cook) locked up until the signing period and that’s when Florida’s class faltered.They also lost lost out on long time commit and 5-Star Shooting Guard Trayvion Jackson (3SG,14OV).This is about who is added,though,and they kept 5-Star Miami Point Guard Greg Frazier (5PG,18OV), Quinn Gee (32SF,107OV) out of Cleveland,Ohio, and IMG Academy’s DeShawn Hand (14C,111OV).

What it means for next season:A young team that will have to gel together as the season goes on.They have many proven good players like Guard Cam Wells and Goalie T.J. Stoudemire.This team can make the NCAA Tournament if they gel together early next season.

NIT Status:Yes.They are a number one seed.(The NIT bracket will be released tonight:)Cam Wells should play well and lead them to their second NIT Tournament Championship in two years (One because of NCAA Violations).

Trending:Up.Their recruiting class could have been much better but they still have a good,young team.

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College Throwball

Recruit and Return:Links to every Recruit and Return post

Today we are going to start the recruit and return series.I got this idea from espn so thank you for the idea.We will be doing this on top recruting squads who did not make the NCAA Tournament and then the top seeds out in the first couple of rounds, and then as more teams start getting out we will continue.The information in these posts will include:The possible 2018-19 starting six and a key bench piece,Who is lost on the roster,Who is added,What it means for next season,Are they in the NIT, and are they trending up or down.

Here are the links to what recruit and return series I have done already:

https://tballnews.wordpress.com/2018/03/19/recruit-and-returndid-not-make-ncaasflorida-had-good-not-great-recruiting-classtime-to-use-it-well/

https://tballnews.wordpress.com/2018/03/20/recruit-and-returndid-not-make-ncaasarkansas-state-is-a-good-team-but-they-faltered-late-in-the-season/

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High School Throwball

USA State High School Tournament Seeding,Ranked Players (To be held in Punta Mita, Mexico) (Top four teams)

Note:Players are placed in states where they play high school
1.Arkansas
Class of 2019 (Juniors) (Rising Seniors)
1.Khalen Robinson (1SG,1OV) Little Rock,AR Episcopal Collegiate School
3.Mahlon Monk (1PG,3OV) Bentonville Christian High School Bentonville,AR Signed:Arkansas
4.Cam Gooseberry (1C,4OV) Little Rock,AR Episcopal Collegiate School Signed:Arkansas
14.Treylon Payne (3SF,14OV) Little Rock,AR Episcopal Collegiate School Committed:Arkansas State
23.Kam Johnson (5PG,23OV) Little Rock,AR Episcopal Collegiate School Committed:LSU
25.Kalen Garland (5SF,25OV) Little Rock,AR Episcopal Collegiate School Committed:Dallas
Class of 2020 (Sophomores) (Rising Juniors)
4.Gordon Tucker (1SF,4OV) Jonesboro,AR Jonesboro Prep School
Class of 2021 (Freshmen) (Rising Sophomores)
3.Greg Michael (1C,3OV) Fayetteville,AR Bentonville Christian High School
5.Wilson Conley (2SF,5OV) West Memphis,AR West Memphis High
Class of 2022 (Rising Freshmen)
2.Javier Jaeavo (2PG,2OV) Little Rock,AR Episcopal Collegiate School
3.Jonathan Gooseberry (1PF,3OV) Little Rock,AR Episcopal Collegiate School
5.Damon Antetokoumpo (2SF,5OV) Bentonville,AR Bentonville Christian High School
7.Kenny Hatfield (4PG,7OV) Little Rock,AR Central High School
8.Cam Williams (5PG,8OV) Little Rock,AR Central Arkansas Christian Schol
2.Florida
Class of 2019 (Juniors) (Rising Seniors)
8.Joe Henson (2C,8OV) Ft.Myer’s,FL Ft. Myer’s Day School Committed:Ft. Lauderdale
9.William Brown (3SG,9OV) Tallahassee,FL Tallahassee High School Committed:Florida State
17.Anthony Johnson (3C,17OV) Naples,FL Naples High School
27.Jamison Thomas (4PF,27OV) Naples,FL Naples High School Signed:Texas
31.Louis Joiner (5PF,31OV) Gainesville,FL Gainesville High School Committed:LSU
Class of 2022 (Rising Freshmen)
1.R.J. Moore (1PG,1OV) Gainesville,FL Gainesville High School
4.Kelvin Joseph (1SF,4OV) Gainesville,FL Gainesville High School
6.Will Frazier PG (3PG,6OV) Miami,FL Miami Catholic High School Soft Commit:Miami
3.California
Class of 2019 (Juniors) (Rising Seniors)
7.Jake Lin (2PG,7OV) Palo Alto,CA Palo Alto High School Committed:Atlanta
13.Greg Taylor (2PF,13OV) Sacramento,CA Sacramento High School Committed:UNC
16.Bud Williamson (3PF,16OV) Chino Hills,CA Chino Hills High School Committed:USC
18.Milton McGee (4C,18OV) Los Angeles,CA LA Prep High School Committed:FGCU
19.Antonio Barton (5SG,19OV) Hometown:Columbus,OH LA Prep High School Committed:Michigan State
20.Chris Williamson (5C,20OV) Chino Hills,CA Chino Hills High School Committed:USC
29.Wilson Stockard (8PG,29OV) Sacramento,CA Sacramento High School Committed:Dayton
Class of 2020 (Sophomores) (Rising Juniors)
1.Devin Powell (1PG,1OV) Hometown:Portland,OR Chino Hills High School Committed:USC
2.Victor Chalmers (2PG,2OV) Hometown:Ft.Lauderdale,FL LA Prep High School Committed:Ft.Lauderdale
6.James Justice (1C,6OV) Hometown:Miami,FL LA Prep High School
11.Braxton Friedel (4SF,11OV) Palo Alto,CA Palo Alto High School
4.Texas
Class of 2019 (Juniors) (Rising Seniors)
6.Andre Helmbrecht (1SF,6OV) Dallas,TX Highland Park High School
10.Reed Wilson (2SF,10V) Austin,TX Austin Catholic High School
24.Sean Quills (6PG,24OV) Austin,TX Austin Catholic High School
Class of 2020 (Sophomores) (Rising Juniors)
3.Jabari Williams (3PG,3OV) Allen,TX West University High School Committed:Arkansas
5.Xion Thompson (2SF,5OV) Hometown:San Antonio,TX Highland Park High School Committed:Texas
10.Jonathan Lewis (4PG,10OV) Allen,TX West University High School Committed:Arkansas
16.Fred Cook (3SG,16OV) Dallas,TX Highland Park High School Offers:Texas,Arkansas

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College Throwball

College Throwball:Award Winners

Carter Trophy (Player of the Year)
Winner:Kelvin Robinson,SF,Arkansas
Second:M.J. Paige,PG,UNC
Third:A.J. Williams,C,Duke
PG of the Year
Winner:M.J. Paige,PG,UNC
Second:Emmanuel Randle,PG,Virginia State
Third:Cam Jones,PG,Auburn
SG of the Year
Winner:Kadeem Payne,SG,Michigan
Second:Thomas Cook,SG,UT-Arlington
Third:Christian Jones,SG,Georgia Baptist
SF of the Year
Winner:Kelvin Robinson,SF,Arkansas
Second:Jonathan Eubanks,SF,Mississippi State
Third:James Norfolk,SF,Virginia State
PF of the Year
Winner:DeMarcus Paige,PF,Florida State
Second:Zion Clement,PF,Oklahoma State
Third:R.J. Perry,PF,Dayton
C of the Year
Winner:A.J. Williams,C,Duke
Second:Armistead Williams,C,UNC
Third:Tristan Thomas,C,Auburn
Defensive Player of the Year
Winner:Tristan Baldwin,SF,FGCU
Second:A.J. Williams,C,Duke
Third:Wallace Jones,PG,FGCU
Freshman of the Year
Winner:Christian Thomas,PG,Georgia
Second:R.J. Perry,PF,Dayton
Third:Ben Morgan,PG,Texas
Sophomore of the Year
Winner:Kelvin Robinson,SF,Arkansas
Second:A.J. Williams,C,Duke
Third:Christian Jones,SG,Georgia Baptist
Junior of the Year
Winner:Thomas Cook,SG,UT-Arlington
Second:DeMarcus Paige,PF,Florida State
Third:N.C. Huff,PG,Huff College
Senior of the Year
Winner:M.J. Paige,PG,UNC
Second:Emmanuel Randle,PG,Virginia State
Third:Kadeem Payne,SG,Michigan
Seventh Man of the Year
Winner:Manny Wilkins,SG,Arkansas
Second:Will Green,PG,Naples
Third:Don Powell,PG,Missouri
Most Improved Player
Winner:Mark Feland,PG,Georgia
Second:Andrew Helmbrecht,SG,Virginia
Third:Elliot Holena,PG,Denver

All American First Team
G:M.J. Paige,PG,UNC
G:Kadeem Payne,SG,Michigan
F:Kelvin Robinson,SF,Arkansas
F:DeMarucus Paige,PF,Florida State
C:A.J. Williams,C,Duke

All American Second Team
G:Emmanuel Randle,PG,Virginia State
G:Thomas Cook,SG,UT-Arlington
F:Jonathan Eubanks,SF,Mississippi State
F:Zion Clement,PF,Oklahoma State
C:Armistead Williams,C,UNC

All American Third Team
G:Cam Jones,PG,Auburn
G:Christian Jones,SG,Georgia Baptist
F:James Norfolk,SF,Virginia State
F:R.J. Perry,PF,Dayton
C:Tristan Thomas,C,Auburn