Handley • Jr. • 5-10, 135 • G
Parents: Tyronica Dunson
The Skinny: Dunson was fourth-ranked Handley’s leading scorer at 15 points per game. He also logged three rebounds and three assists. The Tigers lost by five points to the eventual state champion in the semis of the Central regional tournament.
Talladega • Sr. • 6-3, 170 • G
Parents: Jacob and Donna Twymon
The Skinny: An honorable mention to Class 5A all-state squad, Twymon led the Tigers in scoring with 15 points, nearly five rebounds and three assists as they advanced to the Central regional tournament.
Randolph County • 6-0, 197 • Jr. • G
Parents: Pycilla Thomas
The Skinny: Barrett led the Wildcats, who were ranked in the top 10 for much of the season, with 17 points and 6.8 rebounds.
Ragland • So. • 5-11, 150 • G
Parents: James and Keya Lindsay
The Skinny: Led the Purple Devils in scoring, averaging 13.4 points while adding 3.3 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 4.6 steals to help them reach the regional final for the first time in 15 years.
Lineville • 5-11, 170 • G
Parents: Darlene and Regis Lindsey
The Skinny: As athletic a guard as you’ll find at the 2A level, Lindsey filled out the stat sheet nicely in his senior season with 12.4 points, 5.4 rebounds and 3.9 assists a contest.
Talladega County Central • Sr. • 6-3, 245 • G
Parents: Sindy and Tony Garrett
The Skinny: Garrett, a Jackson St. (Miss.) football signee, averaged 17.8 points and 7.2 rebounds a game for a solid TCC squad.
Zach Barron, Woodland
Rocky Hayes, Cleburne County
Christian Hutchinson, Talladega
Malandro Chambers, Cherokee County
Cody Jones, Ragland
Faith Christian • Sr. • 5-9, 170 • G
Parents: Terry and Cathy Parks
The Skinny: Parks took over the Lions primary scoring duties after the departure of former Fab 5 selection Zach Owens and lead the team with 14 points per game to go along with four rebounds. Faith Christian went 20-10 on the season.
Faith Christian • Sr. • 6-0, 180 • G/F
Parents: David and Amy Emerson
The Skinny: Emerson went for 10 points and six rebounds a game while shooting 57 percent from the field.
Sacred Heart • 7th • 5-3, 103 • G
Parents: Kevin and Fatima Nolan
The Skinny: The 12-year-old showed why he’s rated one of the nation’s best for his age with 14.3 points and three rebounds a game. Hit 70 3-pointers this past season and scored a career-best 32 points in the Class 1A, Area 10 semifinals against JCA.
Sacred Heart • 7th • 5-11, 165 • G
Parents: Elienna Heath and Jeff Jackson
The Skinny: Also ranked among the nation’s best in his class, Heath already has the size of a player much older. And he played like one to, averaging 13.1 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.3 steals. Named Class 1A, Area 10 tournament MVP.
Ohatchee • Sr. • 6-2, 190 • F
Parents: BJ Vice and Tiffany Martin
The Skinny: A versatile athlete, Vice averaged 13.8 points and 6.8 rebounds a game for first-year coach Casey Howell.
Donoho • Sr. • 5-8, 190 • G
Parents: Dyron Overton
The Skinny: Overton averaged 8.6 points, two rebounds and two assists for the Falcons. He was also a stellar free-throw shooter, knocking down more than 75 percent of his attempts from the charity stripe.
Dakota Crooks, Jacksonville Christian
Sam Bowman, Sacred Heart
Drake Chappell, Faith Christian
Garrett Preston, Pleasant Valley
Teddre Williams, Donoho
DJ Parker (Sacred Heart); Stephen Emerson (Faith Christian); Daylon Bracket (Jacksonville Christian); Chris Carr (Donoho).
Piedmont • Sr. • 6-6, 185 • C
Parents: April Doss and Dewayne Garner
The Skinny: The North-South game selection averaged a double-double at nearly 20 points and 10 rebounds while leading the Bulldogs to the Northeast Regional final. He was a major deterrent on defense with 107 blocks. Second-team all-state choice.
Wellborn • Sr. • 5-11, 175 • G
Parents: Keith and Kim Screws
The Skinny: The Jacksonville State football signee led the Panthers with 19.2 points per game to go along with five assists and 2.8 steals.
Weaver • So. • 5-9, 145 • G
Parents: Eurica Perkins and Dujuan Perkins
The Skinny: Already a two-time selection to the all-county team, English averaged 21.8 points a game and about five rebounds to lead the Bearcats. He was also a second team all-state choice.
White Plains • Jr. • 6-1, 170 • C
Parents: Jeannie Jones
The Skinny: Hill showed off a potent post game all season long, putting up 18 points and close to 10 boards a contest. Hill had four games of 30 points or more.
Piedmont • Sr. • 6-0, 160 • G
Parents: Jeff Ford and Sandra Akin
The Skinny: Ford was a sharpshooter in coach Tommy Miller’s offense, leading the team with 64 3-pointers made, two a game. The all Northeast Regional tournament selection averaged 13.7 points and 4.2 rebounds.
Saks • Sr. • 6-1, 195 • F
Parents: Tony and Tara Hunley
The Skinny: Morgan was Mr. Inside and Mr. Outside for the Wildcats, handling smaller defenders in the paint and scoring on bigger ones from the perimeter to the tune of 15 points and seven rebounds a night.
Dylan Randall, White Plains
Josh Reynolds, Saks
Malik Anderson, Weaver
Landon Pruitt, Piedmont
Cordarius Cooper, Saks
Chris Major (White Plains); Tre Smith (Saks); Timothy Hawkins (Weaver); DeJuan Traylor (Wellborn); Logan Giddens (White Plains)
Anniston • Sr. • 5-11, 155 • G
Parents: Linda Edmondson and Willie Thomas
The Skinny: Edmondson had a stellar season individually despite his team’s surprising exit in the first round of the Class 4A, Area 10 tournament. He averaged 17 points and five assists on his way to being named to a first-team selection to the all-state team. Holds offers from St. Andrews (N.C.) and Snead St. Community College.
Anniston • Sr. • 6-2, 183 • F
Parents: Cassandra Roberts and Demetric Roberts
The Skinny: Roberts was a presence inside for the Bulldogs, averaging a double-double at 10.3 points and 10 rebounds a game. Signed a football scholarship with Ft. Scott Community College (Kan.).
Alexandria • Sr. 6-2, 165 • C
Parents: Tracie Jones and Lee Jones
The Skinny: Jones had an ultra productive senior season, averaging 15.7 points while pulling down 7.2 rebounds a contest. He also shot an eye-popping 65 percent from the field.
Oxford • Jr. • 5-10, 155 • G
Parents: Raynard and Jackie Lawler
The Skinny: Lawler makes his second appearance on the second-team after averaging close to 10 points, 3.3 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 2.6 steals to help Oxford repeat as county champs.
Jacksonville • Jr. 5-11, 153 • G
Parents: Topaz Brockman and Benjamin Curry
The Skinny: Curry was second on the team in scoring with 13.7 points a contest and four rebounds while adding a pair of assists and a pair of rebounds per.
Jacksonville • Sr. • 6-1, 170 • G/F
Parents: Willie and Caroline Ross
The Skinny: Ross led the Golden Eagles, the 4A, Area 10 champs, with 15.5 points per game to go along with 7.7 rebounds.
Ulric Jones, Oxford
Demarcus Thomas, Anniston
Tyler Burr, Alexandria
Dion Hobdy, Oxford
Jackson Stephens, Oxford
Ramon Loveberry (Jacksonville); Bryan Smith, (Jacksonville); Jarline “Scoop” Lee (Alexandria); Monquavius Frazier (Anniston).