Alabama Mr. Basketball

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Each year the Alabama Mr. Basketball award is given to the person chosen as the best high school boys basketball player in the U.S. state of Alabama. The award winner is selected by members of the Alabama Sports Writers Association.[1]

Award winners[edit]

Year Player High School College NBA draft
2022 Barry Dunning Jr. McGill-Toolen Catholic High School Arkansas
2021 J.D. Davison (2) Calhoun Alabama
2020 J.D. Davison Calhoun Alabama[2]
2019 Trendon Watford (2) Mountain Brook LSU
2018 Trendon Watford Mountain Brook LSU
2017 John Petty (2) J.O. Johnson High School, Huntsville Alabama
2016 John Petty J.O. Johnson High School, Huntsville Alabama
2015 Dazon Ingram Theodore High School, Theodore Alabama
2014 William Lee Dallas County High School, Plantersville UAB
2013 De'Runnya Wilson Wenonah High School, Birmingham Mississippi State[3]
2012 Craig Sword Carver High School, Montgomery Mississippi State
2011 Trevor Lacey (2) S. R. Butler High School, Huntsville Alabama/NC State
2010 Trevor Lacey S. R. Butler High School, Huntsville Alabama/NC State
2009 Kerron Johnson Madison Academy, Madison Belmont
2008 JaMychal Green St. Jude Academy, Montgomery Alabama
2007 Courtney Fortson Jefferson Davis High School, Montgomery Arkansas
2006 Stanley Robinson Huffman High School, Birmingham Connecticut 2010 NBA Draft : 2nd Rnd, 59th overall by the Orlando Magic
2005 Richard Hendrix Athens High School, Athens Alabama 2008 NBA Draft: 2nd Rnd, 49th overall by the Golden State Warriors
2004 Ronald Steele (2) John Carroll Catholic High School, Birmingham Alabama
2003 Ronald Steele John Carroll Catholic High School, Birmingham Alabama
2002 Kennedy Winston Mattie T. Blount High School, Prichard Alabama
2001 Chris White Virgil I. Grissom High School, Huntsville
2000 Gerald Wallace Childersburg High School, Childersburg Alabama 2001 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 25th overall by the Sacramento Kings
1999 Marvin Stone Virgil I. Grissom High School, Huntsville Kentucky/Louisville
1998 Sam Haginas UMS-Wright Preparatory School, Mobile Alabama
1997 Anthony Williams Loachapoka High School, Loachapoka Vanderbilt
1996 Isaac Spencer Jefferson Davis High School, Montgomery Murray State
1995 Brian Williams Jefferson Davis High School, Montgomery Alabama
1994 Rod Willie Lee High School, Huntsville Georgia Southern
1993 Howard Pride S. R. Butler High School, Huntsville Vanderbilt
1992 Darryl Wilson South Lamar School, Millport Mississippi State
1991 Victor Newman Houston Academy, Dothan North Carolina State
1990 Cedric Moore Woodlawn High School, Birmingham Alabama
1989 Queintonia Higgins Fairhope High School, Fairhope Wyoming
1988 Terrence Lewis Ramsay High School, Birmingham Providence
1987 Bryant Lancaster Valley High School, Valley Alabama
1986 Larry Rembert Keith Middle-High School, Orrville UAB
1985 Vincent Robinson Bridgeport High School, Bridgeport Memphis State/Chattanooga
1984 Steven Seay Enterprise High School, Enterprise San Francisco 1989 NBA Draft: 3rd Rnd, 58th overall by the Utah Jazz
1983 Terry Coner Phillips High School, Birmingham Alabama 1987 NBA Draft: 2nd Rnd, 44th overall by the Atlanta Hawks
1982 Buck Johnson Hayes, Birmingham Alabama 1986 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 20th overall by the Houston Rockets
1981 Ennis Whatley Phillips High School, Birmingham Alabama 1983 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 13th overall by the Kansas City Kings
1980
1979 Mike Davis Fayette County, Fayette Alabama 1983 NBA Draft: 2nd Rnd, 42nd overall by the Milwaukee Bucks
1978 Eddie Phillips A. H. Parker, Birmingham Alabama 1982 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 21nd overall by the New Jersey Nets
1975 Reggie King Jackson-Olin, Birmingham Alabama 1979 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 18nd overall by the Kansas City Kings

Schools with multiple winners[edit]

School Number of Awards Years
Jefferson Davis High School 3 2007, 1996, 1995
S. R. Butler High School, Huntsville 3 2011, 2010, 1993
John Carroll Catholic High School 2 2004, 2003
Virgil I. Grissom High School 2 2001, 1999
Phillips High School 2 1981, 1983

Most Winners By College[edit]

Number Program
18 Alabama
3 Mississippi State
2 NC State
2 UAB
2 Vanderbilt

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-01-11. Retrieved 2010-01-18.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "5-star point guard J.D. Davison commits to Alabama". 3 October 2020.
  3. ^ Wilson is primarily known as a wide receiver on the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team, but he also played on the men's basketball team.

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