Mr. Show-Me Basketball

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The Mr. Show-Me Basketball honor recognizes the top high school basketball player in the state of Missouri. The award is presented annually by the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association.[1]

Award winners[edit]

Year Player High School College NBA/ABA draft
2015 Jimmy Whitt Hickman Arkansas
2014 Jordan Barnett CBC Texas / Missouri
2013 Kyle Wolf Rockhurst Central Missouri
2012 Cameron Biedscheid Cardinal Ritter Notre Dame / Missouri
2011 Bradley Beal Chaminade Florida 2012 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 3rd overall by the Washington Wizards
2010 Ricky Kreklow Rock Bridge Missouri / California
2009 Michael Dixon Lee’s Summit West Missouri
2008 Scott Suggs Washington Washington
2007 Connor Teahan Rockhurst Kansas
2006 Ben Hansbrough Poplar Bluff Mississippi State / Notre Dame
2005 Tyler Hansbrough Poplar Bluff North Carolina 2009 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 13th overall by the Indiana Pacers
2004 Drew Richards Logan Rogersville Missouri State
2003 Spencer Laurie Kickapoo Missouri / Missouri State
2002 Jimmy McKinney Vashon Missouri
2001 David Lee Chaminade Florida 2005 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 30th overall by the New York Knicks
2000 Joel Shelton Vashon
1999 Kareem Rush Pembroke Hill Missouri 2002 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 20th overall by the Toronto Raptors
1998 JaRon Rush Pembroke Hill UCLA
1997 Larry Hughes CBC St. Louis 1998 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 8th overall by the Philadelphia 76ers
1996 Tate Decker Webster Groves Missouri / Wake Forest / Oklahoma City University
1995 Ryan Robertson St. Charles West Kansas 1999 NBA Draft: 2nd Rnd, 45th overall by the Sacramento Kings
1994 Monty Hardge Jefferson City Missouri
1993 Kelly Thames Jennings Missouri
1992 Brian Gavin Parkway Central Kansas State
1991 Marcus Timmons Scott County Central Southern Illinois
1990 Jevon Crudup Raytown South Missouri 1994 NBA Draft: 2nd Rnd, 48th overall by the Detroit Pistons
1989 Chris Heller Rockhurst Missouri
1988 Anthony Peeler Paseo Academy Missouri 1992 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 15th overall by the Los Angeles Lakers
1987 John Cooper Rockhurst Wichita State
1986 Anthony Bonner Vashon St. Louis 1990 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 23rd overall by the Sacramento Kings
1985 Monroe Douglas St. Louis McKinley St. Louis

Schools with multiple winners[edit]

School Number of Awards Years
Rockhurst 4 1987, 1989, 2007, 2013
Vashon 3 1986, 2000, 2002
Chaminade 2 2001, 2011
Pembroke Hill 2 1998, 1999
Poplar Bluff 2 2005, 2006
CBC 2 1997, 2014

See also[edit]