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April 20, 2014
By: Scott Keyes

Meet the 2013-14 Sports Scene Dream Team


Arthur Hill's Eric Davis named Player of the Year

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Sports Scene's 2013-14 Boys' Basketball Capsules

Eric Davis, Arthur Hill High School, Player of The Year

Eric Davis is one of the top basketball players in the country. He is listed as the country’s No. 8 shooting guard for the Class of 2015, according to Scout.com, and is 28th on ESPN’s Top 60 for national recruiting. He already holds a dozen or more offers from major Division I programs, including Michigan, Michigan State, and Iowa State, and he has another year of high school eligibility left. He averaged 27 points, five rebounds, four assists, and three steals this season.

Keyon Addison, Saginaw High School

One of the top players to wear a Trojans uniform. Guided Saginaw to a pair of victories over Arthur Hill, including an opening round district win. Headed to Ferris State University to play football.

Jaleel Hogan, Mt. Pleasant High School

Led the Oilers to the Class A semifinal before losing to Muskegon 63-47. In the defeat, led the Oilers with 14 points and 10 rebounds and went 4 of 13 from the floor and 6 of 9 from the free throw line. For the season, averaged 17 points and close to 10 rebounds a game for the Oilers, who finished the season 22-5. Headed to University of Detroit Mercy in the fall.

Nick Spitzley, Pewamo-Westphalia High School

Guided the Pirates to the Class C title game against Detroit Consortium.  Came up big when it counted in victories over defending Class C Champion  Beecher in the quarterfinal and over Muskegon Heights in the semifinal. Hit the game-winning shot against Beecher. AP Class C all-state selection. Will play basketball at Grand Valley State University.

Kevin Gamble, Sacred Heart Academy

Led Sacred Heart with 15 points and 9 rebounds. Helped lead his team into the Class D quarterfinal before losing to Frankfort.

 

Sports Scene 2013-14 Boys' Basketball Dream Team

Eric Davis, Saginaw Arthur Hill, 6'4", junior

Keyon Addison, Saginaw, 6'0", senior

Jaleel Hogan, Mt. Pleasant, 6'7", senior

Nick Spitzley, Pewamo-Westphalia, 6'2", senior

Kevin Gamble, Sacred Heart, 6'6", senior

Sixth Man

Don' Quall Jackson, Holt, 5'10", senior

Coach

Dan Schell, Mt. Pleasant

Second Team

Cameron Morse, Carman-Ainsworth, 6'1", senior

Algevon Eichelberger, Saginaw, 6'7", sophomore

Evan Marquardt, Midland Dow, 6'6", senior

Malik Taylor, Montrose, 6'2", senior

Tony Poljan, Lansing Catholic, 6'7", sophomore

Third Team

Brian Bowen, Arthur Hill, 6'6", freshman

Jaire Grayer, Flint Southwestern, 6'5", junior

Amariontez Ivory, Beecher, 6'2", senior

Austin Levan, Millington, 6'2", junior

DeQuandre Dentmond, Lansing Eastern, 6'7", senior

Honorable Mention 

Justice Green, Carman-Ainsworth; Evan Marquardt, Midland Dow; Will Williams, Midland; Chauncey Bryant, Clio; Jake Daniels, Holly; Marquavian Stephens, Swartz Creek; Marcus Moore, Waverly; Michael Fomby, Waverly; Doug Bradfield, Mason; Cassell Jones, Grand Ledge; Connor Bluhm, John Glenn; Derrek Clyde, John Glenn; Dylan Carl, Alma; Henry Speight, Carrollton; Deonte Hopkins, Flint Northwestern; Austin Gregory, Ionia; Zac Gustafson, Portland; Spencer Johnston, Beaverton; Erik Maxwell, Beaverton; Jake Ham, Meridian; Kevin Sheibert, Meridian; Cody Peyok, Reese; DeWayne McKinney, Vestaburg; Keegan Giles, Breckenridge; Grant Gage, Carson City-Crystal; Ryan Tilmann, Beal City; Jarid Walton, Coleman; Ethan Apsey, Hemlock; Brad Fleishmann, Hemlock; Josh Appold, Valley Lutheran; Ryan Appold, Valley Lutheran; Jamil Demps, Hamady; Simeun McGee, International Academy of Flint; Lane Simon, Pewamo-Westphalia; Ryan Wade, Laingsburg; Tyler Brown, Faith; Jordan Terry, Lansing Christian; Dalton Trefil, Fulton; Brooks Hyble, Sacred Heart; Griffin Lewis, Morrice