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Players To Watch At The UIL Boys Regional Tournaments

Here's a look at some players to watch as the UIL Boys Regional Tournaments tipoff this weekend....

Tre Johnson (Lake Highlands)

The #1 prospect in the nation is leading the way for the Wildcats during the playoff season averaging 23ppg including 26pts 🆚️Martin & 22pts 🆚️ Plano East. Prolific scorer that is shooting over 90% from the free throw stripe.

JT Toppin (Faith Family)

The New Mexico signee continues his dominant Senior campaign avg 23ppg 11rpg 4bpg for the defending 4A State Champs. A game-changer in the paint.

Myles Rigsby (OD Wyatt)

The Troy signee is leading the Chaparrals to their best season in school history. The 6'4 Guard is averaging 21ppg on the season.

Isaiah Williams (Faith Family)

The Junior Guard will provide the Eagles a solid perimeter punch with the ability to takeover games with his scoring and playmaking ability.

Averaging over 17ppg on the season.

Quinton Perkins (Lake Highlands)

A dynamic guard that can score in bunches and excels in the transition game. Averaging 19ppg during the Wildcats' playoff run including a game-high 24pts in the Area Round win over Plano East.

Drew Steffe (Frisco Memorial)

The Texas Tech signee finished the regular season as one of the top scorers in the Area and has continued his hot streak into the playoffs. The senior sharpshooter is averaging over 20ppg during the playoff season.

Leon Horner  (Frisco Memorial)

The 6'5 Senior Forward is the X-factor for the Warriors. His skill and versatility continue to make him a tough cover for opponents.

KD Davis (North Crowley)

The Junior Guard continues to prove he is one of the best scorers in DFW. Can fill it up in a variety of ways. Avg 20+ppg during the Panthers playoff run including a team-high 25pts in the Regional Quarterfinal win over Keller.

Kimani Sieber (North Crowley)

The Junior floor general led the way for North Crowley in the Regional Quarterfinal overtime win vs Keller.

Jaxson Davis (Desoto)

The versatile 6'6 Senior Forward has been a matchup nightmare for opponents during the Eagles' playoff run. Scored a game-high 21pts in the Regional Quarterfinal Round vs Harker Heights. His relentless, high-energy style of play along with his scoring ability could prove to be the difference maker at Regionals

Arrington Cooper (Desoto)

The 6'4 Senior Guard gives the Eagles a dangerous perimeter threat. Averaging over 15ppg and shooting over 40% from 3pt range on the season.

Finley Bizjack (Byron Nelson)

Butler signee/District MVP is avg 24ppg during the playoff season, leading Byron Nelson to its best season in school history.

Kordrick Turner (Sulphur Springs)

The Ouachita Baptist signee will garner alot of attention from opponents and rightfully so. A force on the glass and really good at finishing around the basket.

Parker Whisenhunt (Sulphur Springs)

The 6'2 Senior guard leads the way for the Wildcats. Quick, strong, athletic guard that stays in attack mode.

Daniel Thomas (Carter)

The 6'8 Junior Forward is having a strong playoff campaign for the 4A State Title contender Carter Cowboys. With the injury to 4⭐ Junior Chance Puryear, the Cowboys will be relying on even more production from the big fella in Commerce.

Tay Ross (Aubrey)

Dual-sport athlete that competes hard and plays with alot of confidence.

Franck Emmou (Mansfield Summit)

The 6'5 Senior Guard scored a game-high 27pts in the Regional Quarterfinal win over Timberview. A big guard that can impact the game with his scoring and/or playmaking ability.

Richard Lemboye (Mansfield Summit)

The 6'4 senior Forward has led the way for the Jaguars throughout the playoffs with his relentless play on both ends of the court.

TJohnn Brown (Kimball)

The 5'10 PG leads the way for the top ranked 5A team in Texas. Scored a game-high 24pts in the Regional Quarterfinal win over WT White, eclipsing the 2,000 points mark for his career.

Dillon Battie (Lancaster)

The 6'7 Junior has been a double-double machine all season long for the Tigers avg 20ppg 10rpg. An athletic finisher that can dominate opponents on the glass

Kirk Queensborough (Red Oak)

The 6'2 Senior Guard leads the way for the Hawks. Big shot taker and maker that loves the clutch moments.

Perico Smith  (Red Oak)

The 6'4 Junior Guard is a key piece to the Red Oak offensive attack. Scored a game-high 24pts in the Regional Quarterfinal win over Forney


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