The 6th and 7th Regions typically produce a lot of the state's top prospects. Here is a look at the top 10 players heading into the 2013-2014 season.
1. Quentin Snider, 6-1, Sr., PG, Ballard
Snider might be the best player to come out of Louisville since former Eastern star and current Boston Celtic Rajon Rondo. The University of Louisville commit averaged 19.6 points per game this past season.
2. Kelan Martin, 6-6, Sr., F, Ballard
Martin averaged 19.1 points and 10.2 rebounds per game this past season. His recruitment is picking up due to his outstanding play this spring. Indiana State, IUPUI, Ohio and Western Kentucky have offered, while more offers are expected to coe this summer.
3. Raymond Spalding, 6-8, Jr., F/C, Trinity
Other then Snider, there might not be a player in the state with more potential then Spalding. He only averaged 2.7 points and 3.6 rebounds per game this past season in limited action but if he continues to work on his game, his numbers should improve in 2013-2014.
4. Robert Shaw, 5-10, Sr., PG, St. Xavier
Shaw averaged 13.8 points per game this past season.
5. Malik Dow, 6-3, Soph., F/G, Ballard
Dow was impressive in the KHSAA Sweet 16 and solidified himself as one of the state's top sophomores.
6. Craig Owens, 6-3, Sr., F, Trinity
Owens will be one of the top low post scorers in the region next season.
7. Michael Stafford, 6-0, Jr., PG, Trinity
Stafford only averaged 2.8 points per game this past season but like Spalding he should be more productive next season. He should be the Shamrocks starting point guard in 2013-2014.
8. Jalen Perry, 6-1, Jr., G, Ballard
Perry is an athletic two guard with a lot of potential. He is great on the defensive end.
9. Jamie Johnson, 5-7, Sr., PG, Central
Johnson might be one of the region's shortest players but he also might play the hardest.
10. Brandon Wells, 5-9, PG, Waggener
Wells averaged 10.5 points per game as a freshman.