MBI Records

Mr. Basketball Invitational
Results & Records 1992-2018


2018 CHAMPIONS : Colorado Anarchy 17u Elite
Runnerup : Team B.A.N.G Elite Black
Semi-finalists : Team Trill (KS)
Colorado Cardinals 17u  Red
Gold Division Champions (2018) : Drive5 Power Elite 2022
Runnerup : Wisconsin Dynasty 16
Silver Division Champions (2018) : 5280 Hoops 14 National
2017 CHAMPIONS : Team BANG 17
Runnerup : Colorado United 17 Gold
Semi-finalists : Kearney Cats
Colorado United 17 Blue
Gold Division Champions (2017) : KC Powergroup
Runnerup : Colorado Elite 15
Silver Division Champions (2017) : The Factory Basketball 7
2016 CHAMPIONS : Kearney Cats
Runnerup : Missouri Mavericks 17 Black
Semi-finalists : NDaGym (MO)
Team BANG Elite (CO)
Gold Division Champions (2016) : Team Nebraska Express 15
Runnerup : Missouri Mavericks 16 Black
Silver Division Champions (2016) : Primetime Ballerz
2015 CHAMPIONS : Missouri Mavericks 17 Black
Runnerup : Team BANG 17
Semi-finalists : Colorado Gold 17
Have Ball Will Travel Black 17
Gold Division Champions (2015) : KC Powergroup
Runnerup : KC Crusaders 15
2014 CHAMPIONS : Colorado Hawks 15
Runnerup : JC Hoops
Semi-finalists : Billups Select 16
Have Ball Will Travel Black
Quarterfinalists : Colorado Thunder Silver, Wyoming Flight 2016
Panhandle Explosion I, Colorado GOLD 16
Gold Division Champions (2014) : Power Play Elite (NE/IA)
Runnerup : Colorado Hawks 14
2013 CHAMPIONS : Colorado Shining Stars 17 Black
Runnerup : Colorado Elite
Semi-finalists : Colorado Truth
Grandview Black
Quarterfinalists : CBF 17 Navy, John Baylor Test Prep
Cardinal Red
Gold Division Champions (2013) : Colorado Miners
Runnerup : Colorado Shining Stars 14 Black
2012 CHAMPIONS : Wisconsin Blizzard Kellett
Runnerup : Nebraska Select 17
Semi-finalists : The Alternates
Quarterfinalists : Titans Basketball, Colo. Miners Gold
Rocky Mtn Vipers Select
Gold Division Champions (2012) : Mid Kansas
Runnerup : Iowa Cornsharks 16 Select
2011 CHAMPIONS : Hickory (NE)
Runnerup : Denver Red Shield
Semi-finalists : Runza Going Vertical
Kearney Cats
Quarterfinalists : Arkansas Hawks, Faith Basketball
Colorado Shining Stars 17 Black, The Alternates
Gold Division Champions (2011) : Colorado Shining Stars 15 Black
Runnerup : Colorado Chaos 15 Blue
2010 CHAMPIONS : Colorado Shining Stars Black
Runnerup : Grand Island Thunder
Semi-finalists : Arkansas Elite
Omaha Sports Academy I
Quarterfinalists : Arkansas Blue Bombers
Runza Going Vertical
Gold Division Champs (2010) Nebraska Bison Gold
Runnerup : Omaha Sports Academy


2009 CHAMPIONS : Going Vertical
Runnerup : Wisconsin Blizzard
Semi-finalists : Grand Island Thunder
Colorado Springs Flight
Quarterfinalists : Mitchell Kernels, SCU Force
Colorado Shining Stars III, The Alternates
Gold Division Champs (2009) : KC Heat
Runnerup : Iowa Stars


2008 CHAMPIONS : Wisconsin Playground Warriors
Runnerup : Colorado Hawks
Semi-finalists : Central Kansas Premiere
Runza Slamfest Stars (NE)
Quarterfinalists : Texas Hoopsters Elite I, All Iowa Elite
AZ Warriors Team Suggs I, IBCA Iowa Select II
 2007 CHAMPIONS : MSB Roadrunners (Minnesota)
Runnerup : Iowa Barnstormers
Semi-finalists : Alegent Crusaders I (NE)
SWD Select (KS)
Quarterfinalists : Doherty Spartans (CO), Minnesota Magic
Midwest Trailblazers (NE), Springfield Gamecocks (MO)
2006 CHAMPIONS : South Dakota Storm
Runnerup : Minneapolis Icemen
Semi-finalists : ECI Select West I
ECI Select East I
Quarterfinalists : Omaha Crusaders I, Springfield Gamecocks (MO)
Nebraska Select, ECI Select South I
2005 CHAMPIONS : Nebraska High 5 East
Runnerup : NW Arkansas Raptors
Semi-finalists : Omaha Crusaders
Missouri Rockets
Quarterfinalists : ECI Select East, IBCA Iowa Select I, Nebraska
High 5 West, Minnesota Magic Gold
2004 CHAMPIONS : North Wisconsin Saints
Runnerup : Iowa Rimrockers I
Semi-finalists : Valley Bay (Wisconsin)
Team Illinois
Quarterfinalists : Dakota Schoolers I, Oconomowoc Lakers (Wisc.) Springfield Gamecocks (Missouri), Williams Energy (Oklahoma)
2003 CHAMPIONS : Omaha Crusaders
Runnerup : Randolph Boys Club (Wisconsin)
Semi-finalists : Slamfest Stars (Nebraska)
Wisconsin Shooters
Quarterfinalists : Illinois Gunners, Dakota Schoolers I, Springfield Rockets (Missouri), Colorado Pump N Run
2002 CHAMPIONS : Fox Valley Skillz I (Wisconsin)
Runnerup : Eastern Iowa All-Stars
Semi-finalists : Kansas Bulldogs
SW Iowa Select
Quarterfinalists : Fox Valley Skillz II, Illinois Gunners I, Minnesota Press, ND-MN All-Stars
2001 CHAMPIONS : Tournament Gold I (Nebraska)
Runnerup : Martin Bros. Select
Semi-finalists : Fox Valley Skillz (Wisconsin)
West Central Gunners I (Illinois)
Quarterfinalists : Dakota Schoolers I, Randolph Boys Club (Wisc.) SW Iowa Select, Milwaukee Chappell Sports
2000 CHAMPIONS : West Central Gunners I (Illinois)
Runnerup : Northwest Ohio Basketball Club I
Semi-finalists : Iowa Brake Zone
Team North Dakota
Quarterfinalists : Dakota Schoolers, Team Nebraska, Minnesota Magic Black, Colorado Superflow
1999 CHAMPIONS : Valentino’s Nebraska Red All-Stars
Runnerup : Valentino’s Nebraska White All-Stars
Semi-finalists : Arizona Stars
Bingham Miners (UT)
Quarterfinalists : Central Kansas Jazz I, Dakota Schoolers, Team Illinois, Black Hills All-Stars
1998 CHAMPIONS : Valentino’s Nebraska Sr. All-Stars
Runnerup : Team Nebraska
Semi-finalists : Valentino’s Nebraska Jr. All-Stars
Central Kansas Jazz
Quarterfinalists : Oklahoma Servants, Nebraska Select, West Central Gunners (IL), Southern Idaho
1997 CHAMPIONS : Omaha Godfather’s Red
Runnerup : Louisiana Crusaders
Semi-finalists : Dakota Schoolers (SD)
Team Illinois
Quarterfinalists : Ohio North Coast, Stamford Express (CT), Team Iowa, Valentino’s Nebraska All-Stars
1996 CHAMPIONS : Birmingham Magic (AL)
Runnerup : Indiana Stars
Semi-finalists : Dakota Schoolers (SD)
Topeka Varsity Sports (KS)
Quarterfinalists : Kearney Cats, Minnesota Storm, AYBT All-Stars (IL), Omaha Godfather’s
1995 CHAMPIONS : Team Illinois
Runnerup : Minnesota Heat
Semi-finalists : Nebraska Outlaws
Minnesota Developmental Basketball
Quarterfinalists : Flint Stars (MI), Kansas Pride, Kearney Cats, Denver Metro Stars
1994 CHAMPIONS : Tiffany’s AAU (IN)
Runnerup : Antioch Saints (OK)
Semi-finalists : Omaha Godfather’s
Shreveport Runnin Rebels (LA)
Quarterfinalists : Jersey Shore Warriors (NJ), Team Iowa, Mid-Kansas Magic, Municipal Gardens (IN)
1993 CHAMPIONS : Chicago Demons
Runnerup : Indy Metros (IN)
Semi-finalists : Denver Metro Stars
South Dakota
Quarterfinalists : Kansas City Hoosiers (MO), Team Iowa, Kansas City Jayhawks (KS), Team Illinois
1992 CHAMPIONS : Grand Island, Nebraska
Runnerup : Lawrence, Kansas
Third Place : Kansas City Panthers (KS)
Fourth Place : Kansas City Hoosiers (MO)
Fifth Place Kearney Cats
Sixth Place : Marshall, Minnesota


2018 DALTON KNECHT Colorado Anarchy
Knecht averaged a team high 16.5 ppg while leading Colorado Anarchy to the 2018 MBI championship. The 6-6 Thornton (CO) native tossed in 23 in the final. After two years at Northeastern JC, he has signed to play for the University of Northern Colorado, in the Big Sky Conference.
2018 Stat Leaders

2017 KANON KOSTER Kearney Cats
Koster led the Mr. Basketball Invitational in scoring with 150 points.  For the tournament, the 6-4 senior-to-be from Kearney HS in Nebraska averaged 30.0 points (10 more than anyone else in the field), including 38 points in the semifinal game. The 30.0 point per game average was the third most in the 26 year history of the event. In his junior season, Koster averaged 20.3 points and led Kearney HS (22-5) to 19 straight wins and the state tournament semifinals. Koster was named 1st Team All-Nebraska. Following the 2017 summer, Kanon led Kearney High to the Class A state football championship game and earned 1st Team All Nebraska honors at QB. As a senior, he scored a school record 566 points and set the career scoring record with 1,522 points while leading Kearney to the state tournament while averaging 22.6 ppg. Kanon was named the 2018 Omaha World Herald & Lincoln Journal Star Nebraska Male Athlete of the Year. Kanon received basketball offers from NCAA Division I Furman, McNeese St. and Maine, before signing with DII Nebraska-Kearney.  As a freshman, Koster averaged 16.5 PPG and 5.9 RPG for the Lopers. He transferred to the University of South Dakota, where he is now a redshirt-sophomore for the Division I Coyotes.
2017 Stat Leaders

2016 KANON KOSTER Kearney Cats
Koster led the Kearney Cats to their first-ever Mr. Basketball Invitational title.  For the tournament, the 6-3 junior-to-be from Kearney HS in Nebraska averaged 25.0 points, including 40 points in the championship game. His 175 points in the event was the fifth most in tournament history. During his prep season he was named the Kearney Hub Player-of-the-Year in 2015-16 and 2016-17. In his junior season, Koster averaged 20.3 points and led Kearney HS (22-5) to 19 straight wins and the state tournament semifinals. Koster was named 1st Team All-Nebraska. He plays for the University of South Dakota Coyotes, in the Summit League.
2016 Stat Leaders

2015 KYLE CAVANAUGH Missouri Mavericks 17 Black
Cavanaugh led the Missouri Mavericks 17 Black squad to a perfect record and the title. It marks the first time a Missouri team has won the Mr. Basketball Invitational. For the tournament, the 6-3 senior-to-be from Fairgrove HS in Fairgrove, Missouri, averaged 16.8 points, including 24 points in the championship game. During his prep season the All-District and All-Conference performer averaged 17.4 points per game.
2015 Stat Leaders

2014 BRAXTON BERTOLETTE Colorado Hawks 15
Bertolette led an up-tempo Colorado Hawks attack, averaging 18.4 points per game throughout the event en route to a perfect record and the title. For the tournament, the 6-2 sophomore-to-be from Fossil Ridge HS in Fort Collins, Colorado, scored 20 or more points in four of the seven games, including 28 in a win over Grandview. In addition, he led the tournament in three-point field goals made, making 21 shots from long range. He plays for the DII University of Montevallo in Alabama.
2014 Stat Leaders

2013 BRODERICK ROBINSON Colorado Shining Stars 17 Black
Robinson led a balanced Shining Stars 17 Black squad to the title, scoring 20 points in the championship game. For the tournament, the 6-0 senior-to-be from Grand Junction HS in Colorado, averaged 14.0 points per game. During the regular season he average 19 points per game and was a two-time 1st-Team All-Conference performer and was also named Southwest League Player of the Year. Robinson played at NW Kansas Tech JC.
2013 Stat Leaders

2012 ETHAN GUSKE Wisconsin Blizzard Kellett
Guske, a 6-0 senior-to-be from Sheboygan North HS in Sheboygan, Wis., averaged 17.1 points for Wisconsin Blizzard Kellett, as they became the fourth team from Wisconsin to win a title. During the regular season he average 16 points per game and was a 1st-Team All-Area performer and was also named to the All-Conference Defensive team. Guske played for NCAA Division II Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
2012 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

Beranek, a 6-5 senior to be from Ravenna HS in Ravenna, Neb., averaged 23.3 points for Hickory during their championship run and was two points shy of setting the tournament record for points in a tournament (186). He is a three-time All-State and All-Conference selection helping Ravenna to two of the last three state titles. He averaged a double double in 2010 with 17.1 points and 11.0 boards per contest, guiding the Bluejays to a third-place finish at State. Beranek plays college ball for the University of Nebraska-Kearney. He was the MIAA Player of the Year in 2014-15 and played professionally in Spain.
2011 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2010 DANNY DIFOLCO Colorado Shining Stars Black
The versatile 6-3 swingman from Dakota Ridge High School in Littleton, Colo., averaged 16.0 points for Colorado Shining Stars Black as they became the first team from Colorado to win the Mr. Basketball Invitational. DiFolco twice went for 23 or more points during the teams 7-0 run through pool and tournament play. At Dakota Ridge, DiFolco was a two-time All-Conference performer.
2010 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2009 WESTON FOXHOVEN Going Vertical
The senior-to-be from Crofton High School in Crofton, Nebraska, averaged 12.8 points for Going Vertical as they went a perfect 8-0 during en route to the title during the 18th Annual Mr. Basketball Invitational. Foxhoven, a 6-foot-7 post averaged 16.0 points for Crofton during the regular season and was a three time Honorable Mention All-State selection.
2009 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2008 KAMERON CERRONI Wisconsin Playground Warriors
The junior-to-be from Hamilton High School in Sussex, Wisconsin, averaged 17.6 points for the Wisconsin Playground Warriors as they went a perfect 8-0 during en route to the title during the 17th Annual Mr. Basketball Invitational. Cerroni, a 6-foot-2 guard averaged 27.1 points for Sussex Hamilton during the regular season and was named a first-team All-State and All-Conference Selection. Cerroni was ranked No. 4 among state seniors in the class of 2010 by Wishoops.net. He averaged better than 20 points per game in each of his last two seasons for Sussex Hamilton. He signed with NCAA Division I Wisconsin-Green Bay.
2008 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2007 JOHNIE SANDERS MSB Roadrunners
The 6-foot-3 guard from Eastview High School in Apple Valley, Minnesota, led his squad to the 16th Annual Mr. Basketball Invitational title. The Roadrunners became the first team from Minnesota to capture the Mr. Basketball title. He averaged 12.3 points per game during the tourney, including 12 points in a 71-60 win over the Iowa Barnstormers in the final.
2007 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2006 MIKE PAJOR South Dakota Storm
The Sioux Falls Lincoln High School guard averaged 17.0 points per game while leading the South Dakota Storm to the 2006 Mr. Basketball championship. He scored a game high 22 in the final. It marked the first time a South Dakota team had won the event. Pajor, a senior-to-be, averaged 14.2 points as a junior for Lincoln HS.
2006 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2005 KENDALL FRANTZ Nebraska High 5 East
The 6-foot-2 Lincoln East point guard quarterbacked the High 5 squad to a perfect 8-0 record in the event while averaging 12.5 points per game. He will be a senior this fall. As a junior he averaged 10.1 points and and 5.2 assists for the 14-7 Spartans. Frantz signed with NCAA Division II Southwest Baptist in Missouri.
2005 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2004 MATT MILLER North Wisconsin Saints
Only the second player under 6-foot tall to be named MVP in the 13 year history of Mr. Basketball, Matt Miller led the North Wisconsin Saints to the 2004 title. As a junior at Hudson, Wisc., the 5-foot-10 Miller averaged 18.5 points and 4.1 assists for the 15-8 squad. During Mr. Basketball, Miller averaged 16.8 points a game, including six games of 16 or more.
2004 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2003 JOSH DOTZLER Omaha Crusaders I
Only the third point guard to be named MVP in the twelve year history of Mr. Basketball, Josh Dotzler led the Omaha Crusaders to the 2003 title. As a sophomore at Bellevue West High School in Bellevue, Neb., the 6-foot Dotzler averaged 15 points and 6 assists for the 15-5 Thunderbirds. During Mr. Basketball, Dotzler averaged 15 points a game, including four games of 18 or more. He played for the University of Creighton basketball program.
2003 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2002 BRIAN BUTCH Fox Valley Skillz I
The first 7-foot MVP at Mr. Basketball, the Appleton, Wisconsin, native averaged 17.0 points per game as the Fox Valley Skillz squad improved on its Final Four finish in the 2001 tourney by winning the 2002 Mr. Basketball title. Butch was the Wisconsin Player of the Year as a junior while leading Appleton West High to the state quarterfinals and a 21-3 record. He averaged 22.6 points and 12.7 rebounds per contest. Rated by most recruiting publications as one of the top ten players in the country, Butch narrowed his list to Arizona, Kansas, Marquette, North Carolina and Wisconsin before opting to stay in his home state and play for the Wisconsin Badgers.  Butch amassed a total of 213 points in 14 games during the 2001 & 2002 Mr. Basketball Invitational tournaments.
2002 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2001 JASON DOURISSEAU Tournament Gold I
Dourisseau, a 6-5 guard from Burke High School in Omaha, Nebraska, averaged 17.6 points per game in leading his team to the 2001 Mr. Basketball title. He tallied 16 points in the championship win over Martin Bros. Select. Dourisseau led Burke to the state semi-finals as a junior and senior, including a 17-5 record while averaging 18 points as a senior. He played for the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers and had a long professional career overseas.
2001 Stat Leaders & All-Americans

2000 STEVE TURNER West Central Gunners I
Turner, a 6-2 guard from Richwoods High School in Peoria, Illinois, averaged 17.0 points per game in leading his team to the 2000 Mr. Basketball title. He tallied 17 points in the championship win over NW Ohio Basketball. Turner led Richwoods to a 26-7 record and a 4th place finish in the Illinois state tournament while averaging 11 point and 3 assists per game. Turner went on to play for NCAA Division I Chicago St. University.
2000 All-Americans

1999 RICHARD ROSS Valentino’s Nebraska Red All-Stars
Ross, a 6-4 forward from Lincoln High School in Lincoln, NE, averaged 18.9 points per game in leading his team to the 1999 Mr. Basketball title. He paced the Red team with 25 points in the final. At the Kentucky Prep Festival a week after Mr. Basketball, Ross scored 42 in a championship game loss to Spiece Gym Rats from Indiana. An outstanding receiver in football and jumper in track, he was named the 2000 Nebraska high school athlete of the year. Ross signed with the University of South Dakota to play basketball, later transferring to play football for the nationally ranked University of Nebraska-Kearney.

1998 TANNER ENGEL Valentino’s Nebraska Sr. All-Stars
Engel helped lead a balanced squad of Nebraska all-staters to the 1998 Mr. Basketball title. Engel, a 6-5 forward, led Val’s with 19 points in the title game vs. Team Nebraska. A starter since a freshman for Kearney, Neb., Engel averaged 22 points and 10 rebounds as a junior. Tanner played as a freshman at NCAA Division I Lehigh University, before transferring back to the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

1997 MIKE HAHN Omaha Godfather’s Red
Hahn led a super-talented squad of Nebraska players who broke a majority of the team scoring records during their run through the 1997 Mr. Basketball Invitational. Hahn, a 6-7 forward, propelled to Godfather’s to the title with 17 points per game. A two-time all-Stater, Hahn was a key part of four consecutive Class A (big school) state championships for the Lincoln Northeast Rockets. Hahn finished his college career in 2001-02 at Pacific University.

1996 TYRUS BOSWELL Birmingham Magic
Boswell is one of the most exciting players to ever suit up at Mr. Basketball. He wowed the crowds with high flying dunks, strong inside play and the ability to drain the three. He led Mountain Brook, AL High School, to a 30-4 season as a junior. He paced Mountain Brook with 25 points and 12 boards a contest. During the Mr. Basketball Invitational, he averaged 19.0 points while leading the Magic to the tourney title. Boswell played college ball at Mississippi St. University before transferring to NCAA Division II Kentucky Wesleyan which won the 2002 National Title.

1995 JIMMY SANDERS Team Illinois
This 5-7 explosive point guard led Team Illinois to a perfect 7-0 record, the first time a Mr. Basketball champion finished undefeated. Sanders scored 25 in the championship game, including the winning shot at the buzzer against Minnesota Heat. The shot gave the Chicago players an 81-79 victory. Sanders averaged 20 points per game in Mr. Basketball. He was also named the MVP of the AAU 17 & Under National Tournament, which Team Illinois won as well.

Cornell had an outstanding career at Purdue University. As a senior in 2000, Cornell averaged 13 points whiled leading the Boilermakers to the NCAA Elite 8. He averaged 15 points as a junior when Purdue made it to the NCAA Sweet 16. He led Clay High School in South Bend, Indiana, to the 1994 Indiana state title as a sophomore while averaging more than 16 points. He averaged 22.5 points during the 1994 Mr. Basketball Invitational while leading the Hoosier squad to the tourney title. He was a Parade All-American and one of the top 30 players in the country as a prep senior.

1993 TADERAL PRATT Chicago Demons
Pratt, a 6-6 forward, played as a junior and senior at the U. of North Carolina-Wilmington after leading Indian Hills Junior College in Iowa, to the 1997 JUCO National Championship. Pratt held the Mr. Basketball career scoring record with 232 points in two years, until it was surpassed during the 1997 tourney.

1992 DEREK HOOD Lawrence, Kansas
Hood, one of the most decorated alumni of the Mr. Basketball Invitational, is now playing in the CBA after an outstanding career at the U. of Arkansas. Hood is only the second Razorback to surpass 1,000 career rebounds with 1,002. He helped lead Arkansas to the NCAA 2nd Round in 1999 with 12.4 points and 10.3 rebounds per game as a senior. As a high school senior at Kansas City, MO Central High School, he averaged 16 points and 20 rebounds, along with 6 blocks. He was rated one of the top 10 players in the country by almost every publication.

1992 ANDY MARKOWSKI Grand Island, Nebraska
Markowski, a standout at Ord High School, went on to play for the Nebraska Cornhuskers and was later an assistant coach at NCAA Division I Bowling Green University.


Single Game

HIGHEST TOTAL GAME SCORE: 191, Emerald City 111, Team Montana 80 1997
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 48, Team Iowa 1995
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 22, TNL Express 2008
FREE THROWS MADE: 43, Dakota Schoolers 1997


TOTAL POINTS: 787, Omaha Godfather’s Red 1997
AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME: 98.4, Omaha Godfather’s Red 1997
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 237, Omaha Godfather’s Red 1997
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 95, Iowa Rimrockers I 2004
FREE THROWS MADE: 136, Dakota Schoolers 1997


Single Game

43, Dru Kuxhausen (Scottsbluff I 2016)
42, Spencer McCleod (Eagle Ridge Panthers 1997)
41, Scott Theisen (TNL Express 2008)
41, Brock Jacobson (Iowa Rimrockers I 2004)
40, Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats 2016)
39, Cedric Williams (Chicago Grinders 15 2015)
39, Akbar Abdul-Ahad (Team Minnesota 2001)
39, Marcus Wilson (Tiffany’s AAU 1994)
38, Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats 2016)
38, Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats 2017)
38, Jason Baker (Bingham Miners 1999)
38, Rick Kinner (Hickory Huskers 1993)
38, Mitchell Castillo (Mile Hi Mayhem 2010)
37, Bradley Toone (Oklahoma Servants 2008)
37, Jesse Meyer (Omaha Crusaders I 2002)
37, Jarvis Mitchell (Flint Stars 1995)
36, Joe Miks (Shining Stars 2017 Black 2015)
36, Jaraan Cornell (Tiffany’s AAU 1994)
35, Curtis Bob (Colorado Jr. All-Stars 1996)
34, Dru Kuxhausen (Scottsbluff I 2016)
34, Zach Harvey (KC Powergroup 2015)
34, Kameron Cerroni (Wisconsin Playground Warriors 2008)
34, Cedrick Banks (Team Illinois 1999)
34, Jeff Larson (Kearney Cats 1993)
34, Rick Kinner (Hickory Huskers 1993)
34, Trent Traphagen (Dakota Schoolers 1994)
34, Jesse Wood (Denver Metro III 1994)
34, Brian Sykora (Minnesota Magic Black 2000)
34, Tate Pesicka (Dakota Schoolers I 2005)

2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 16, Spencer McLeod (Eagle Ridge Panters 1997)
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 12, Joe Miks (Shining Stars 2017 Black 2015)
FREE THROWS MADE: 18, Kanon Koster  (Kearney Cats 2016)


34.0, Rick Kinner (Hickory Huskers 1993)
30.3, Dru Kuxhausen (Scottsbluff I 2016)
30.0, Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats 2017)
27.0, Lamar Wall, (Wisconsin Elite 2007)
26.9, Jay Ellwein (South Dakota 1993)
25.0, Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats 2016)
24.4, Tony Barksdale (KC Runnin Rebels 1995)
23.6, Joel Osborn (SW Iowa Select 2003)
23.5, Akram Imam (Grandview Black 2013)
23.4, Spencer McLeod (Eagle Ridge Panthers 1997)
23.4, Mike Spencer (Minnesota Dev. BB 1995)
23.3, Connor Beranek (Hickory 2011)
23.0, Tate Pesicka (Dakota Schoolers I 2005)
23.0, Bradley Toone (Oklahoma Servants 2008)
22.8, Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats 2015)
22.8, Ben LaMaak (IBCA Iowa Select I 2005)
22.6, Antoine Young (Alegent Crusaders 2007)
22.5, Andy Zediker (Team Iowa 1995)
22.4, Mike Marso (Wyoming 1995)
22.2, Taderal Pratt (Chicago Demons 1994)
22.0, Jarvis Mitchell (Flint Stars 1995)

2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 69, Jaraan Cornell (Tiffany’s AAU 1994)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 39, Brock Jacobson (Iowa Rimrockers I 2004)

FREE THROWS MADE: 59, Connor Beranek (Hickory 2011)

188, Jay Ellwein (South Dakota 1993)
186, Connor Beranek (Hickory 2011)
182, Dru Kuxhausen (Scottsbluff I 2016)
180, Jaraan Cornell (Tiffany’s AAU 1994)
175, Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats 2016)
171, Bud Thomas (Colorado Hawks 2008)
167, Doug Pardue (Indiana Stars 1996)
166, Brock Jacobson (Iowa Rimrockers I 2004)
164, Mike Spencer (Minnesota Dev. BB 1995)
159, Marcus Wilson (Tiffany’s AAU 1994)
158, Antoine Young (Alegent Crusaders 2007)
158, Mitchell Castillo (Mile Hi Mayhem 2010)
154, Jarvis Mitchell (Flint Stars 1995)
153, Steve Turner (West Central Gunners I 2000)
152, Tyrus Boswell (Birmingham Magic 1996)
150, Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats 2017)
145, Anthony Williams (Birmingham Magic 1996)
143, Clarence Moore (Louisiana Crusaders 1997)
141, Jason Dourisseau (Tournament Gold I 2001)
141, Kameron Cerroni (Wisconsin Playground Warriors 2008)
140, Jimmy Sanders (Team Illinois 1995)

MOST CAREER POINTS (Open/Platinum Division):
1. Kanon Koster (Kearney Cats) 439 –17
2. Jervay Green (Team BANG) 297–17
3. Mitchell Castillo (Mile Hi Mayhem) 273–15
4. Dru Kuxhausen (Scottsbluff) 270–11
5. Turner Fahey (GI Thunder) 268 –16
6.Bret Wise (Central Kansas Jazz) 256–14
7. Jake Wessel (Team Iowa) 255–16
8. Aaron Rich (Dakota Schoolers) 247–17
9. Josh Kimm (Team Iowa) 233–16
10. Taderal Pratt (Chicago Demons) 232–14
11. Rick Kinner (Hickory Huskers) 226–10
12. Mitch Begeman (Dakota Schoolers) 223–23
13. Akram Imam (Grand View) 218–13
14. Jacob Olmstead (Going Vertical) 215–14
15. Brian Butch (Fox Valley Skillz) 213–14
16. Jeff Larson (Kearney Cats) 206–12
17. Brian Sykora (Minnesota Magic) 202–11
18. Andy Zediker (Team Iowa) 199–10
19. Tanner Engel (Valentino’s Nebraska) 195–19
Robert Faulkner (West Central Gunners) 195–12
21. Paige Paulsen (Dakota Schoolers) 192–17
22. Jay Ellwein (South Dakota) 188– 7
Brett Seger (Tournament Gold) 188–13
24. Derek Paulsen (Black Hills All-Stars) 186–11
25. Eric Rice (Black Hills All-Stars) 185–11
Nate Raak (Colorado Thunder Silver) 185-10
27. Jeremy Gorham (KC Hoosiers) 184–12
Josh Mueller (Dakota Schoolers) 184–12
29. Shaun Wisdom (Tournament Gold) 183–13
30. Jason Dourisseau (Tournament Gold) 181–13
31. Jaraan Cornell (Tiffany’s AAU) 180– 8


Alabama * 1 Tournament Champion
New Jersey
Indiana * 1 Tournament Champion
Illinois * 3 Tournament Champions
Wisconsin * 4 Tournament Champions
South Dakota * 1 Tournament Champion
Nebraska * 10 Tournament Champions
Missouri * 1 Tournament Champion
Minnesota * 1 Tournament Champion
North Dakota
Colorado *5 Tournament Champions
South Carolina
North Carolina