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Predictions for 2019-2020 (grades are listed by next year’s class for each player mentioned)

1. Clay County — Two straight first-round exits in the 49th District Tournament have made the tradition-rich Tigers especially hungry for a deep postseason run in 2020. All five starters are back, led by junior guard Connor Robinson (22.8 points per game last year, 6.7 rebounds). Senior guards Jacob Curry (10.3, 2.8) and Jakob Begley (2.9, 3.5) also return, along with junior guard Connor Farmer (12.0, 4.0) and 6-4 senior center Evan Langdon (12.5, 10.4). Junior guards Raven Abner (6.8, 2.9) and Tate Farmer (3.1, 2.1) provide quality depth.

2. South Laurel — Probably the 13th Region’s best team for much of last season, the Cardinals were upset by North Laurel in the regional semifinals. South loses J.J. Ramey, the region’s player of the year, but brings back three senior starters in Matt Cromer (19.1, 5.1), Alex Hostetler (5.9) and Brett Norvell (12.6, 4.6). Junior guard Micah Anders (3.5) will move up from a key reserve role. The other starting spot appears to be up for grabs, but 6-3 senior Zach Allen could provide come much-needed size

3. North Laurel — Three starters are back for the Jaguars, led by standout freshman guard Reed Sheppard (16.4, 4.2), one of the state’s top young players. Senior guards Cole Kelley (16.1, 4.2) and Isaiah Alexander (12.5, 2.0) are also returning after helping lead North to last year’s regional finals. Senior Isaiah Elmore and junior Nate Bruner (2.1) were top reserves last year.

4. Knox Central — After finally breaking through for a regional title, the Panthers won’t go away despite losing four starters to graduation. Senior guard Zach Patterson (13.3, 3.5) was one of the team’s most consistent scores last season before being sidelined by an injury in the region. Junior Jevonte Turner (4.8, 2.6) moved into the starting lineup at that point and played a key role in the Panthers’ success. Senior forward Kevionte Turner (9.7, 6.3 in 2018) is back after being sidelined last year with an injury. Sophomore Isaac Mills (2.1, 2.6) and junior Andrew Sizemore move up after leading last year’s junior varsity squad.

5. Williamsburg — With a senior-dominated team returning, the Jackets should have their best squad since winning the region in 2015. Caleb Rose (19.9, 7.3) and Slaht Hunter (19.5, 6.2) are among the region’s top players and return, along with point guard Dalton Ponder (6.7, 3.8) and 6-2 forward Devonte Powell (4.0, 5.1). Junior guard Jason Bray (2.8) could round out the lineup.

6. Corbin — Senior guard Matthew Taylor (14.2) and 6-4 senior forward Alex Byrley (8.1) are the returning starters for the always-tough Redhounds, who never seem to lack depth. Junior guard Josh Hibbits (5.7) and senior guard Cole Hicks (4.6) played key reserve roles a year ago and should move up. Senior guard Grant Morton and 6-4 senior Max Barnett are also in the mix.

7. Harlan County — Headed for their fifth straight 52nd District title after an unbeaten regular season against district opponents, the Black Bears stumbled late by losing three of their last four, including a loss to Middlesboro in the opening game of the district tournament. The Bears bring back several key players, led by 6-6 senior Taylor Spurlock (11.1, 5.0), 6-3 junior Tyler Cole (8.4, 3.7) and junior point guard James Smith (6.5, 2.2). Senior guard Jacob Wilson (5.5, 3.2) and junior forward Josh Turner were key reserves last year and in the mix for starting jobs, along with sophomore Jackson Huff (4.2).

7. Middlesboro — Victories over Harlan County and Harlan gave the Jackets their first 52nd District title since 2012 and a repeat isn’t out of the question despite losing six seniors. Jabari Kyle (15.1, 3.1) is back for his fourth season at point guard in a backcourt that also includes athletic 6-4 senior Trey Brock (7.6, 5.0) and senior Jordan Davis. T.J. Patterson (3.1, 2.7), a 5-11 senior, will likely start at forward. Juniors Eric Helton, Ethan Barton and Bryson Barnard are among the candidates to round out the lineup.

9. Harlan — Much like Middlesboro, the Green Dragons also lose six seniors and three starters, but sophomore Jordan Akal (17.2, 3.9) could be the region’s best point guard. Jon Eldridge (9.6, 8.4), an athletic 6-4 senior, is back at center. Sophomores Jaedyn Gist and Kaleb McLendon will join Akal in the backcourt after serving in key reserve roles last year. Senior guard Charles David Morton or sophomore Johann Gist will likely win the other starting job.

10. Bell County — Three straight first-round district exits make it tough to rank the Bobcats among the regional favorites, even though the talent is still there for a run despite losing three of their top six to graduation. Senior London Stephney (12.8, 3.6) may be the region’s quickest point guard and returns along with 6-3 sophomore forward Cameron Burnett (5.3, 3.9) and 6-5 junior wing Sean Phipps (6.8, 4.6). Sophomore guards Dalton Stepp (2.1) and Dawson Woolum (2.1) and junior guard Andrew Caldwell are leading candidates to complete the lineup.

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Barbourville — No one surpassed expectations more than the Tigers in Cody Messer’s first year as coach and Barbourville could surprise again this year despite losing four of the team’s top six. Senior guard Shawn Vaughn (12.3, 5.2) and junior guard Matthew Gray (10.8, 4.0) are back, with senior Dylan Bingham (4.0) and 6-3 junior forward Dylan Moore among those in position to move into the lineup.

Jackson County — Senior forward Logan Rose (16.7, 7.8) and senior guard Jayden Baldwin (5.3, 2.3) give the Generals a 1-2 punch that could make them one of the region’s most improved teams if a few role players step up. Junior guard Clay Akemon (5.7) also returns to the starting lineup. Freshman guard Jade Lakes (7.1, 2.1) could also earn a starting job after a strong finish last year.

Lynn Camp — Three starters are back for the Wildcats, including senior guard Max Burd (13.1, 2.5), 6-2 senior forward Matt Disney (8.9, 6.2) and junior guard Maison Prater (13.1, 2.2). Junior guard Luke Lexington (2.2) and freshman guard Jace Boggs (2.6) could round out the lineup.

Whitley County — With four starters graduating, the Colonels will have to start over after a seven-win improvement from the two previous seasons. Sophomore guard Jack Estes (3.8) is the only starter coming back. Garrett McNealy (2.3) and Gray Estes, both sophomore guards, are also likely to move into the lineup, along with junior guard Tanner Gilbert (2.4) and 6-1 sophomore forward Trevor Downs (2.8).

Red Bird — Four starters are back for the improving Cardinals, including senior guards Austin Napier (12.5, 7.1), Deagan Finley (14.6) and Dalton Finley (9.0, 2.5) and 6-3 sophomore forward David Collett (6.5, 4.1). Senior forward Dolph Onusumba and junior guard Bryce Helton are candidates for the final starting slot.

Oneida Baptist — With four senior starters back, including Elijah Woods (17.2, 7.8), Sochi Onuoha (19.1, 6.2), Tyler Preston (8.5, 2.3) and Clay Hamby (7.3, 3.9), the Mountaineers look like a potential All “A” contender on paper. Junior guard Wayne Estep (10.3, 2.1) also returns.

Pineville — The Mountain Lions doubled their win total from a year earlier and should continue to improve with four starters returning, led by senior guards Dalton Mason (10.1) and Braxton Caldwell (3.2). Junior Keean Fuson (4.9) and sophomore Hayden Callebs (6.5, 2.4) also return to the lineup. Senior center Landon Couch (4.5, 6.1) and senior guard Clay Goodin (9.4, 2.8) could also work their way into starting jobs.
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Bell will be very long and athletic once again. Hopefully we will really start clicking this year and be playing our best come tournament time.
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Only saw Oneida play one time last season. They had some Guards that could play. Looks like if they could develop a big or bring one in, they could be in the mix.
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It don’t seem like anyone in the region but Clay has much depth. Last year Knox, Middlesboro, and Corbin were all real deep. I thought Bell was going to be but we lost too many players during the year.
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It don’t seem like anyone in the region but Clay has much depth. Last year Knox, Middlesboro, and Corbin were all real deep. I thought Bell was going to be but we lost too many players during the year.
Not so sure how much depth clay has last year they played 6 kids in 20 of the 29 games. henson was out some but still was one that played in 24 games. begley was hurt and didnt play in but 13 but would have if not hurt so thats 7 kids that would have played in 20-29 games.

knox had 11 kids play in 20 of 34 games but 3 of those avg 0.2-2.6 pts per game and all 3 less than a reb a game. so knox basically played 8 kids

Middlesboro played 9 kids in all 31 games 1 kid played in 24 games but kid 8 9 and 10 just avg a combined 3.8 pts and 2.1 reb so boro really only got production from 7 kids

corbin had 8 kids play in 24 of 28 games maguet would have if not injured so thats 9 but two of those 9 avg a combined 3.8 pts and corbin didnt keep reb stats on khsaa so I aint sure but corbin got production from basically 7 kids

now this is just offensive production. many other ways a kid can help a team but by looking at those numbers most teams really just played 7-8 kids

south was pretty similar played 8 kids in every game that they wasnt injured in 8 played in 29-31 of the games south got 7.4 pts and 3.7 rebs from kid 6 7 and 8 combined

north played 7 kids in 32 of 35 games players 6 and 7 avg 3.7 pts and 2.3 rebs combined
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I watched them play early in the year against Bell and they played 8. I thought they would be deep if they don’t lose anyone next year.
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49th should be tough with Clay, N. Laurel, Jackson Co. Oneida and Red Bird. Clay and N. Laurel both good. Look for Oneida and Red Bird to be much better.
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I watched them play early in the year against Bell and they played 8. I thought they would be deep if they don’t lose anyone next year.


Bell played six in the district tourney - 3 of them graduate.
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I was talking about Clay having depth. I know Bell probably won’t have any.
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I see. Bell has some pretty good JV guards that will play a lot more next year.
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Any truth of a transfer combo from Knox to North?
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Oneida Baptist is always difficult to forecast in these early predictions and reviews. One never knows who they have leaving or who they have arriving. I remember back around 1977 when 6’5 Ben Franklin arrived to join up with another player who was around 6’6. They made life difficult for most opponents frontlines. Just a slight above average guard play that year was all that was lacking for the Mountaineers to have been a serious threat to have won the region. Before Franklin arrived on campus no one considered them finishing anywhere but the bottom of the regional list. He was a dunking machine and great rebounder. Our team played them that year and before the game I was joking around with one of their players. He said, “We called Big Ben Ajax.” I asked him why. He replied, “Cause he wipes the glass clean.”
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Lots of rumors of player transfers and coaches changes. Not seeing much happening.
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Something needs to be done at Bell, my nephew said they are doing nothing. Coach Smith hasn’t been around at all
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As long as Dudley is there and don’t forget Smith and Gambrel are thick as thieves Bell basketball will tank.
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I look for the Bell-Middlesboro Gabe to be exciting next year. Middlesboro lost a lot but have some good players back. Bell didn’t lose as much but did lose some key player. I think we got a shot at the Boro next year barring them getting anymore transfers.
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Bell had as much talent as anyone last year and lost. Face it your Coach is horrible. As long as he is there your chances are slim. Talent is and has been there.
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I agree we have underachieved. But are you saying Bell has no chance against the Boro next year?
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The 52nd will be very competitive again. Everyone lost several good players.
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Originally Posted by LOOKAYANNER View Post
Oneida Baptist is always difficult to forecast in these early predictions and reviews. One never knows who they have leaving or who they have arriving. I remember back around 1977 when 6’5 Ben Franklin arrived to join up with another player who was around 6’6. They made life difficult for most opponents frontlines. Just a slight above average guard play that year was all that was lacking for the Mountaineers to have been a serious threat to have won the region. Before Franklin arrived on campus no one considered them finishing anywhere but the bottom of the regional list. He was a dunking machine and great rebounder. Our team played them that year and before the game I was joking around with one of their players. He said, “We called Big Ben Ajax.” I asked him why. He replied, “Cause he wipes the glass clean.”
I remember Big Ben. Played at Leslie Co. against him. I agree Oneida is a school that can go from so, so in a hurry to scary good. They have 71 pts. a game scoring coming back. With a developed inside game or a transfer they could be real good next season.
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The 52nd district won’t be as strong next year but I think it could be as competitive this coming year as this past year. I really like some of the talent Bell has coming back. If Bell could get Frazier to play that would help too.
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Frazier would help a lot! There are a few other football players who could help as well!
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Next years junior class has several skilled basketball players but only one of them play for the team!
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I been told that Durham reached out to marcum for the north job. Asking about his interest
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The North job should be a great catch for a coach. Lots of talent coming in for the next 5 years. They definitely need a coach with experience. High expectations for the future. Marcum would be a good one to have a sit down with!!
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I did some research. Coach Marcum has eye popping numbers against teams in the region when he coached. One example, his teams went 13-3 against north and Coach Sizemore during his tenure. I think Coach Sizemore is great, but north has a chance to better their program here. I am excited. I would love to see this move from north. I say get your seats around 4pm when they play clay if you want to watch the game if this happens.
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If you add a coach of Marcums capacity and knowledge..........with the talent that North has coming back.....that could equal bad bad news for the other teams....including Clay.

Could we some how be looking at 3 straight years with no region?
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Could get very interesting in the coming weeks. I hear Marcum is interested.
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fuson croley and keen are gonna be freshman that play some role for whitley... they have a good freshman group to add to the sophmore core. may surprise a few this season. those 2 groups won a lot of games through middle school. i know hs is different but at least they have 2 full groups coming back.
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Top headlines today:
1: Will Marcum reach out to North Laurel about being their new head basketball coach?
2: Will Clay Co make it back to the region anytime soon or are we looking at a UK vs Florida football streak brewing?
3: Is it true about Clay County having a new assistant coach for next season?
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