5-9 Sophomore Guard
Cleveland State High School: Milwaukee Hamilton/Bay View Big Impact:
Good things come in small packages for the Vikings. Lee is the team’s
top scorer and as CSU’s point guard, loves to push the ball and
change the tempo of the game. He’s also a superior defender with
Rank: 6-6 Junior Forward
Iowa High School: Cedarburg Sweet Dreams: Rank is a solid contributor
in the Panthers rotation who has played significant minutes in every
UNI contest. He hopes to help the squad return to the Sweet 16 glory
days of 2010.
Averkamp: 6-8 Senior Forward
Loyola-Chicago High School: Germantown Brainy Guy: Averkamp has almost
single-handedly led a Ramblers hardwood revival. He is team captain,
leading scorer and rebounder. A biology major with a 3.8 GPA, Averkamp
has his sights set on medical school after graduation.
Davis: 6-5 Junior Forward
State High School: Wisconsin Lutheran Injury Report: Davis has been a
regular starter in his first season with the Bobcats when healthy and
has played well while battling a nagging ankle injury. He transferred
from San Jacinto Community College in California with a reputation for
toughness; he drew 75 offensive fouls in two seasons.
Tokoto: 6-5 Freshman Forward
Carolina High School: Menomonee Falls Elite Territory: Playing for one
of the nation’s elite programs, Tokoto’s minutes have steadily
increased and his stats consistently improved. He’s drawing heady
comparisons to UNC alum Vince Carter for his versatility, explosive
play and highlight reel dunks.
Nolan: 6-9 Freshman Forward
Connecticut High School: Milwaukee Riverside/Vincent Good Impression:
Nolan has seen limited playing time as he looks to establish himself
in a storied program, but the UConn staff loves his work ethic and
sees a major upside going forward once he gains some strength and
Showalter: 6-2 Freshman Guard
Wisconsin High School: Germantown Father’s Footsteps: Showalter is
perhaps the feel-good sports story of the state in 2012. Germantown’s
all-time leading scorer turned down more than a dozen D-1 offers to
walk on at Wisconsin, where he was awarded a scholarship this season.
He has played meaningful minutes for Bo Ryan, providing a major boost
off the bench. His dad, Steve, played for Ryan at UW-Platteville.