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    @Brock3ravet Congrats to Brock Ravet, Washington's 2017-18 @Gatorade State Boys Basketball Player of the Year. #GatoradePOY @KittitasSports

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    Awesome!!!

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    Wow, all divisions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Wow, all divisions?
    Yes.

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    Congrats to Brock.

    I wonder if a B school kid has ever won this honor before. I would guess not.

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    This is our 4th Gatorade player of the year from Washington:

    Brock Ravet
    Gary Bell
    Sean Mallon
    Erroll Knight

    Quite a few familiar names on this list:

    https://basketball.realgm.com/highschool/awards/1/94

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    Congrats. And still one more year of development before arriving as a zag
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrooner View Post
    This is our 4th Gatorade player of the year from Washington:

    Brock Ravet
    Gary Bell
    Sean Mallon
    Erroll Knight

    Quite a few familiar names on this list:

    https://basketball.realgm.com/highschool/awards/1/94
    2012 Jordan Chatman was lights out yesterday for BC's win over NC State. I wonder how he wound up all the way in Boston.

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    Congrats Brock! I wonder when the All State team will come out. Will Anton Watson be on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by katman50 View Post
    Congrats Brock! I wonder when the All State team will come out. Will Anton Watson be on it?
    Without a doubt.

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    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Congrats to Brock.

    I wonder if a B school kid has ever won this honor before. I would guess not.
    Congrats Brock!!

    B is a bit harder, for sure. Other "small" (2A or smaller) schools since 2000 to be Mr. Basketball:

    2000 - Luke Ridnour: Blaine (2A)
    2004 - Marvin Williams: Bremerton (2A)
    2010 - Joe Harris: Chelan (1A)


    Mr. Basketball is slightly different and David Pendergraft won the award in 2004 at 2B Brewster.
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    Any know his final statline for the season?

    I believe he was averaging 32 ppg.

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    I watched some of the State B. Ravet is good. Good handles, good vision. Creative scorer and I know we judge the competition he was up against he looked plenty quick to my eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raise the zag View Post
    Any know his final statline for the season?

    I believe he was averaging 32 ppg.
    HIGHLIGHTED STATS
    31
    POINTS PER GAME
    8.800
    REBOUNDS PER GAME
    9
    ASSISTS PER GAME
    3.3
    STEALS PER GAME

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    I personally liked that he seemed to be "farm boy" strong. He made his 3/4 court passes with ease and accuracy. In that regard, he reminded me of Spangler.

    Great to read about this recognition.

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    Great accomplishment by Brock Ravet. Can't wait to see this kid on the floor at the Kennel.

    I was looking at the list of former winners and there are a lot of familiar names. However, I had never heard of Jason Todd who was a recent 2-time POY winner. He is listed as playing D2 at CBU which seemed odd. Did some research and found an interesting story. He went to Portland first which must have seemed like a great "get" for the Pilots at the time but transferred after getting assaulted by a teammate.

    http://www.heraldnet.com/sports/alte...itch-colleges/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    HIGHLIGHTED STATS
    31
    POINTS PER GAME
    8.800
    REBOUNDS PER GAME
    9
    ASSISTS PER GAME
    3.3
    STEALS PER GAME
    31PPG, 9RPG AND 9APG?!?!?!? I don't care what league you're in, those stats are sick!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    31PPG, 9RPG AND 9APG?!?!?!? I don't care what league you're in, those stats are sick!!
    Indeed they are. And Brock has another year in high school to refine his game even more.

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    Congratulations Brock Ravet. Cool. If it hadn't been Brock it would have been Watson. IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katman50 View Post
    Indeed they are. And Brock has another year in high school to refine his game even more.
    Yup. Wonder if he can get to 40 ppg for his senior year.

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    Would prefer he gets over 10 dimes and works on his defense rather than upping his scoring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagdawg View Post
    Would prefer he gets over 10 dimes and works on his defense rather than upping his scoring.
    Why not all of the above? 10apg in highschool has got to be virtually impossible to achieve, but he's already over 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    Why not all of the above? 10apg in highschool has got to be virtually impossible to achieve, but he's already over 9.
    Just so you’re aware spy, I wouldn’t put too much thought into any stat outside of scoring in high school basketball. These are not official stats and are usually kept, if they are at all, by a team manager or assistant coach.

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