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    Attached is a list of Hoosier Basketball Magazine's Top 60 senior boys’ basketball players for 2016-2017 as compiled by Hoosier Basketball Magazine.  These boys were selected from approximately 1,600 senior players statewide. This event will be at Beech Grove High School on Sunday, April 2, 2017.
    Seven players that participated in the 2017 IHSAA State Finals were selected as Top 60 performers. Three of the four IHSAA State Champion teams have a Top 60 Senior Workout participant. They are Maurice Knight, Frankton (AA Champion), Teyon Scanlan and Nike Sibande, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks (AAA Champion) as well as Datrion Harper, Ben Davis (AAAA Champion). Representing AAA runner-up Twin Lakes is Justin Crabb. Two other state runner-ups participants were selected, but are unable to attend. They are Avery Denhart, Lafayette Central Catholic (Class A) and Jaylen Butz, Fort Wayne North (AAAA). Knight from Frankton is also unable to attend the Top 60 Workout.
    The top five senior scores in the state are also Top 60 Senior selections. They include the state’s leading scorer Courvoisier McCauley, Indianapolis Manual (27.7 ppg), Nathan Walpole, Whitko (26.8) and Tyler Smith, Northeastern (24.6). Butler bound Cooper Neese, Cloverdale (27.2 ppg) and high scoring Brady Ewing, East Central (25.6) were selected, but are unable to attend.
    Purdue University recruit Sasha Stefanovic, Crown Point and UCLA signee Kris Wilkes, North Central (Marion) will also participate in the 2017 Top 60 Senior Workout.
    Statistical evaluation, game observation and statewide research were conducted throughout the season and the 2017 state tournament to determine Hoosier Basketball Magazine’s Top 60.
    Two sessions of the Top 60 Senior Workout will be hosted on Sunday, April 2, 2017 by Hoosier Basketball Magazine, in conjunction with the IHSAA and the IBCA, at Beech Grove High School on the southside of Indianapolis (5330 Hornet Avenue).
    Boys primarily from Northern and Southern Indiana will participate in the first session (1:00-3:00 pm EST). The remaining players, mostly from Central Indiana, will compete during the second session (3:30-5:30 pm EST).
    Coach Steve Lynch (Brownsburg) will direct both sessions. Five other outstanding IBCA coaches— Criss Beyers (Warren Central), Matt English (Beech Grove), Paul Ferguson (Columbus North), JJ Foster (Fort Wayne Luers) and John McGlothlin (Wes-Del)— have been invited to assist with on court coaching.
    Both sessions are open to the public for admission fee of $8.00 ($5 for students).  Media can call  (317)  925-8200 if interested in credentials for one or both sessions. The Top 60 boys follow.

Jalen Adaway, Logansport
Mark Albers, Pendleton Heights
Dylan Allen, Beech Grove
Anton Berry, Fort Wayne Luers
Juston Betz, Providence
Daulton Blackwell, Mitchell
Kaden Branam, Waldron
Sterling Brown, Carmel
Cooper Bybee, Edgewood
Caleb Coleman, Hammond
Eddy Collins, McCutcheon
Jermaine Couisnard, East Chicago Central
Justin Crabb, Twin Lakes
Haden Deaton, McCutcheon
Josh Dieball, Linton
Gabe Elliott , Pike Central
Michael Ertel, Mt. Vernon (Fortville)
Al Ervin, Griffith
Nick Felke, Plymouth
Keegan Fetters, Lakewood Park Christian
Max Flinchum, Noblesville
J.J. Foster, Fort Wayne Luers
Sutter Foster, Wes-Del
David Froedge, New Castle
Landon Hall, Brownsburg
David Hanyard, Lafayette Jeff
Datrion Harper, Ben Davis
Isaac Hibbard, New Albany
Isiah James, Pike
Matt Jennings, Logansport
Jensen Kellett, Northview
Alex King, Columbus North
Ben Kinker, Oldenburg Academy
Jordon Knoebel, Charlestown
Ra Kpedi, Lawrence North
Trevor Lakes, Lebanon
Carson Lambring, Brownstown Central
Javien Langley, Evansville Bosse
Tim Leavell, Marion
Trevor Lengacher, Barr-Reeve
Emmanuel Little, North Central (Marion)
Courvoisier McCauley, Indianapolis Manual
Payton Mills, Castle
Nathan Mills, Perry Meridian
Jaylen Minnett, Terre Haute South
Jalen Owens, Terre Haute North
Grant Pedigo, Franklin Central
Caleb Randolph, North Montgomery
Mateo Rivera, North Central (Marion)
Teyon Scanlan, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks
Nike Sibande, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks
Grant Smith, Connersville
Luke Smith, Monrovia
Mack Smith, Warren Central
Tyler Smith, Northeastern
Trequan Spivey, Warren Central
Hunter Sanford, West Washington
Sasha Stefanovic, Crown Point
Nathan Walpole, Whitko
Kobe Webster, Park Tudor
Cameron Wilbon, Merrillville
Kris Wilkes, North Central (Marion)
Ronald Williams, Liberty Christian
Tanner Yeryar, Shakamak

Ben Dermody, LaPorte • Bea Isaacs, Connersville • Nick Mantis, Lowell • Evan Ohman, Lewis Cass • Christian Stewart, Roncalli

Matt Box, Bremen • Jaylen Butz, Fort Wayne North • Dante Combs, Michigan City • Avery Denhart, Lafayette Central Catholic • Brady Ewing, East Central • Jack Ferguson, Homestead • Gavin Griggs, Shenandoah • Zach Gunn, Hamilton Southeastern • Parker Hazen, Columbia City • Hunter Hollowell, Huntington North • Cody Holmes, Northfield • Jordan Houze, Lawrenceburg • Wyatt Hughes, Maconaquah • Maurice Knight, Frankton • Ian Kristensen, Westfield • Tra Landers, Indianapolis Cathedral • Kyle Mangas, Warsaw • Ignas Masiulionis, Culver Academies • Vincent Miranda, NorthWood • Cooper Neese, Cloverdale • Tyler Nottingham, Jasper • Jack Nunge, Castle • Jalen Paul, Churubusco • Trace Ramsey, Valparaiso • Jacob Redding, Carroll (Allen) • JonRoss Richardson, Lapel • Austin Sappingfield, West Vigo • Ty Sparling, Kokomo • Michael Valle, Whiteland • Malik Williams, Fort Wayne Snider