Yesterday we took a look at the top 10 players in the 7th Region but considering the region might be the deepest, most talented in the state, coming up with just 10 players was difficult. Here is a look at 10 more players who make a strong case to be in the top 10.
Trinity's Michael Stafford is one of the top point guards in the state. The 6-foot-2 senior-to-be has a high basketball IQ and does a great job running the offense and getting other players involved. His 12 points on 6-for-6 from the floor in the 7th Region championship game was a big reason why the Shamrocks made it to Rupp Arena.
Seneca's Chris Coffey is one of the most underrated players in the state. At 6-foot-6, Coffey is tough to guard down low. He can post up smaller defenders and use his strength to score.
With Quentin Snider and Kelan Martin gone to the next level, Ballard coach Chris Renner (pictured) will look to senior Brandon Berry for leadership. Berry is fast, athletic and extremely good on the defensive end of the court.
Trinity's Jax Levitch had a break out game in the KHSAA Sweet 16, when he knocked down seven three pointers against Scott County. He also has the ability to put the ball on the floor and get to the basket.
Waggener's Kevin Kirby is one of the top low post players in the region. The 6-foot-6 junior-to-be averaged 8.5 points and a team high seven rebounds per game this past season.
St. Xavier's C.J. Shanklin was forced to miss the entire 2013-2014 season after tearing his ACL last summer. If the senior-to-be can come back healthy next season, he could be one of the top scorers for coach Kevin Klein (pictured).
Trinity's Daniel Ramser knocked down four first half threes in the 7th Region championship game against Ballard and the Shamrocks needed all four, as they defeated the Bruins by one point to win the 7th Region championship. Ramser and Levitch will team up next season to form a deadly three point duo.
Kentucky Country Day's Anthony Mathis was one of the best freshman in the state this past season. The 6-foot-2 guard averaged over 16 points per game this past season.
Replacing Butler University signee Kelan Martin will be tough for Ballard coach Chris Renner (pictured). Look for senior-to-be Rayshawn Robinson to take over some of the scoring down low. Robinson and Malik Dow, both around 6-foot-5, are athletic forwards who will be tough to guard down low.
At just 5-foot-9, Waggener point guard Brandon Wells isn't the tallest player around but he's very quick and he can handle the ball extremely well. He averaged 9.5 points per game this past season and shot nearly 45 percent from behind the arc.