Trinity's Darryl Hicks is the top sophomore in the state. The 6-foot-4 guard will have to sit out this season, after transferring from Shelby County but he will have a huge impact next season.
1. Darryl Hicks - Trinity
Hicks has scholarship offers from Arizona and Indiana. He is ranked as one of the top 25 sophomores in the nation, according to HoopScoop.
2. James Quick - Trinity
Quick is one of the top football prospects in the state but he's pretty good on the hardwood as well.
3. Derek Willis - Bullitt East
The 6-foot-8 big continues to improve his game. He has an outstanding jump shot and is improving his inside moves.
4. Larry Morton - Bryan Station
Morton will see a lot of action at Bryan Station this season.
5. Omar Prewitt - Montogomery County
Prewitt averaged 18 points per game season as a freshman. He is ranked as the No. 6 player in the 10th Region, according to catspause Yearbook.
6. Dominique Hawkins - Madison Central
Hawkins gets better and better every time he steps on the court.
7. Braxton McFarland - Tates Creek
With Marceluus Barksdale and Ryan Fucci back for their senior seasons, McFarland will be a role player this season. Expect him to have a breakout season next year, when he's the go-to-gut on offense.
8. Mike Smith - Sayre
Smith averaged 19.2 point per game last season.
9. Lavonne Holland - Ballard
Ballard lose several key players from last season's 7th Region championship team. Holland will see his minutes increase.
10. Cameron Lewis - Ballard
Like Holland, Lewis will get a lot of minutes for the Bruins.
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