North Carolina Mr. Basketball

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The North Carolina Mr. Basketball honor recognizes the top boys’ high school senior basketball player in the state of North Carolina. The award is presented annually by the Charlotte Observer.[1][2]

Award winners[edit]

Year Player High School College NBA draft
1985 Chucky Brown North Brunswick NC State 1989 NBA Draft : 2nd Rnd, 43rd overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers
1986 Robert Brickey Fayetteville Smith Duke
1987 Henrik Rodl Chapel Hill North Carolina
1988 Kenny Williams Northeastern Barton County Community College 1990 NBA Draft : 2nd Rnd, 46th overall by the Indiana Pacers
1989 Bryant Feggins Winston-Salem Glenn NC State
1990 Rodney Rogers Durham Hillside Wake Forest 1993 NBA Draft : 1st Rnd, 9th overall by the Denver Nuggets
1991 Donald Williams Garner North Carolina
1992 Todd Fuller Charlotte Christian School NC State 1996 NBA Draft : 1st Rnd, 11th overall by the Golden State Warriors
1993 Jeff Capel South View Duke
1994 Ishua Benjamin Concord NC State
1995 Antawn Jamison Providence North Carolina 1998 NBA Draft : 1st Rnd, 4th overall by the Toronto Raptors
1996 Vincent Whitt Dudley Clemson
1997 Jenis Grindstaff McDowell Tennessee
1998 Kris Lang Huss North Carolina
1999 Jason Parker West Charlotte Kentucky
2000 Scooter Sherrill West Rowan NC State
2001 Anthony Richardson Leesville Road Florida State
2002 Shavlik Randolph Broughton Duke
2003 Chris Paul West Forsyth Wake Forest 2005 NBA Draft : 1st Rnd, 4th overall by the New Orleans Hornets
2004 Anthony Morrow Charlotte Latin School Georgia Tech 2008 NBA Draft : Undrafted, free agent signed by Golden State
2005 Kevin Swinton Dudley UNC Wilmington
2006 Will Graves Dudley North Carolina
2007 Demontez Stitt Butler Clemson
2008 Ty Walker New Hanover Wake Forest
2009 Mason Plumlee Christ School Duke 2013 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 22nd overall by the Brooklyn Nets
2010 Reggie Bullock Kinston North Carolina 2013 NBA Draft: 1st Rnd, 25th overall by the Los Angeles Clippers
2011 Terry Whisnant Cherryville High School Florida State; East Carolina
2012 Rodney Purvis Upper Room Christian Academy NC State; Connecticut
2013 Isaiah Hicks Webb North Carolina
2014 Theo Pinson High Point Wesleyan North Carolina
2015 Brandon Ingram Kinston Duke
2016 Bam Adebayo High Point Christian Kentucky

Schools with multiple winners[edit]

School Number of Awards Years
Dudley 3 1996, 2005, 2006
Kinston 2 2010, 2015

See also[edit]

North Carolina Miss Basketball