Texas Mr. Basketball

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The Texas Mr. Basketball honor recognizes the top high school basketball player in the state of Texas. The award is presented annually by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.[1]

Award winners

Year Player High School College NBA/ABA draft
2018 Quentin Grimes College Park Kansas
2017 Cedrick Alley Klein Forest Houston
2016 Marques Bolden DeSoto Duke
2015 Tyler Davis Plano West Texas A&M
2014 Justise Winslow St. John's Duke 2015 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 10th overall by the Miami Heat
2013 Aaron Harrison Travis Kentucky
2012 Marcus Smart Marcus Oklahoma State 2014 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 6th overall by the Boston Celtics
2011 Le'Bryan Nash Lincoln Oklahoma State
2010 Joe Young Yates Houston/Oregon 2015 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 43rd overall by the Indiana Pacers
2009 Shawn Williams Duncanville Texas/SMU
2008 Willie Warren North Crowley Oklahoma 2010 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 54th overall by the Los Angeles Clippers
2007 John Roberson Plano Texas Tech
2006 Nic Wise Kingwood Arizona
Darrell Arthur South Oak Cliff Kansas 2008 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 27th overall by the New Orleans Hornets
2005 C. J. Miles Skyline (none) 2005 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 34th overall by the Utah Jazz
2004 Jawann McClellan Milby Arizona
2003 Kendrick Perkins Ozen (none) 2003 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 27th overall by the Memphis Grizzlies
2002 Chris Bosh Lincoln Georgia Tech 2003 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 4th overall by the Toronto Raptors
2001 Daniel Ewing Willowridge Duke 2005 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 32nd overall by the Los Angeles Clippers
2000 Field Williams Waltrip Cincinnati
1999 Chris Ogden Seminole Texas
1998 Rashard Lewis Alief Elsik (none) 1998 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 32nd overall by the Seattle SuperSonics
1997 Chris Owens Duncanville Tulane/Texas 2002 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 48th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks
1996 Jerald Brown Aldine Texas A&M
1995 Stanley Bonewitz East Central Texas Tech
1994 Andrae Patterson Cooper Indiana 1998 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 46th overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves
1993 Jimmy Smith Victoria Texas A&M University
1992 Jason Sasser Kimball Texas Tech 1996 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 41st overall by the Sacramento Kings
1991 Jimmy King Plano East Michigan 1995 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 35th overall by the Toronto Raptors
1990 Albert Burditt Lanier Texas 1993 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 53rd overall by the Houston Rockets
1989 Shaquille O’Neal Cole Louisiana State 1992 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 1st overall by the Orlando Magic
1988 Elmer Bennett Bellaire Notre Dame 1992 NBA draft: 2nd Rnd, 38th overall by the Atlanta Hawks
1987 LaBradford Smith Bay City Louisville 1991 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 19th overall by the Washington Bullets
Larry Johnson Skyline UNLV 1991 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 1st overall by the Charlotte Hornets
1986 Anthony Allen Lincoln Georgetown
1985 Lance Blanks McCullough Virginia/Texas 1990 NBA draft: 1st Rnd, 26th overall by the Detroit Pistons
1984 Coyle Winborn Pampa Texas

Schools with multiple winners

School Number of Awards Years
Lincoln 2 2002, 2011
Duncanville 2 1997, 2009
Skyline 2 1987, 2005

See also

References

  1. ^ "TABC Mr. and Ms. Basketball". Texas Association of Basketball Coaches. Archived from the original on October 25, 2014. 


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