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Top 10 players in the 6th Region 2014-15

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The high school basketball season just ended last month but it's never too early to take a look at next season. After all this is the basketball crazed Bluegrass state where basketball season never really ends.

1. DuJuanta Weaver, Doss, 5-9, Sr., PG

The Dragons should enter the 2014-2015 season as the favorites to win the 6th Region championship and Weaver is a big reason why. He averaged over 14 points per game this past season and recorded two triple-doubles.

2. Brandon Johnson, Jeffersontown, 6-3, Sr., SG

Johnson was one of the best three point shooters in the state this past season. He connected on 107 threes, good for fifth best in the state, while shooting 40 percent from behind the arc. Johnson averaged 19 points per game.

3. Jeremiah Bell, Butler, 6-1, Sr., PG

Bell is one of the quickest guards in the state. He can take his man off the dribble or pull up and knock down a jumper. He shot 40 percent from three point range this past season and averaged 15 points per game.

4.Tyler Sharpe, Bullitt East, 5-11, Jr., G

Sharpe led the Chargers in points, averaging 17.3 points per game. He also knocked down a team high 95 three pointers.

5. Terrell Gray, Doss, 6-2, Sr., SG

Gray emerged this past season as a top prospect.. He averaged 12 points per game.

6. William Johnson, Butler, 6-3, Sr., F

Johnson averaged 16 points and seven rebounds per game this past season.

7. Tyler Bacon, Bullitt East, 6-8, Sr., F/C

Bacon continues to improve. He averaged 11 points and 6.5 rebounds per game this past season.

8. Tyler Jefferson, Doss, 6-4, Sr., F

Jefferson averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game this past season.

9. Chase Shellman, DeSales, 6-3, Sr., F

Shellman led the Colts in scoring and rebounding last season, averaging 12.8 points and 6.5 rebounds per game.

10. Richard Gaines, Pleasure Ridge Park, Sr., F

Gaines only averaged 5.7 points and 4.7 rebounds this past season but with LaMontray Harris graduating, his role will increase in 2014-15.

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