Week #3 State Scoring Leaders



Once again I have scoured the newspapers, faxes, face books and other forms of media that come to my attention compiling a list of the top scorers in the state for each week of the season.

If you know of some scoring exploits or a scoring milestone such as 1,000 point club or something of that nature please email me at andre@tnprephoops.com and I will get this added to the next week's story. 

College coaches have told me this is one of their favorite features as it helps them get an understanding on the pulse of the new season.

Austin Mullinax (Waverly Central) recently eclipsed the 1,000 point barrier for his career and is helping lead the Tigers to a quick start under new coach Less Trotter. Mullinax was at his best last week including a sic 29 point performance against Obion County.     

Zamarlus Griffin (BTW) has picked up the slack in a major way for the Warriors of BTW. A state tournament squad last season saw the departures of Martavious Newby to the SEC and rising sophomore sensation Khalil Spencer to Mitchell. Griffin has filled the scoring void nicely including a triumvirate of points this past week including 33 against Power Center Academy, 30 against Westwood and 25 against KIPP.     

Andre Wilson (Austin East) is one of the best players in East Tennessee. His 30 point effort against district rival Carter will certainly attest to that.

Jacob Williams (Wilson Central) is truly a hidden gem. The rising junior combo guard busted out for 33 markers against Beech and continues to climb in the eyes of coaches everywhere.  

Jeremy Hemphill (Memphis Central) has embraced the role of scoring guard for the Warriors of Memphis Central this season. Hemphill went to work last week scoring 32 points against Manassas and adding a cool 26 against Douglass.

Ganda Ameri (Smyrna) has been a nice surprise in the Mid-state area. The inside scoring force dropped 25 in a game against Shelbyville last week and for good measure added an additional 23 against Tullahoma.  

Skal Labiessiere (ECS) is simply one of the best players in the Class of 2015, not only in the state but certainly on the national level as well. The 6'10 rising sophomore has a sweet time scoring 33 points in a victory over USJ and adding 31 extra against Bartlett to close out the week.



East Tennessee

Xavier Howard (Harriman) 34pts vs. Grace Christian

Andre Wilson (Austin East) 30pts vs. Carter

Cole West (Oneida) 30pts vs. Oliver Springs

Zak Carter (Hardin Valley) 28pts vs. Karns

Devin Sibley (Karns) 27pts vs. Oak Ridge

Tristan Noe (Claiborne) 27pts vs. Cumberland Gap

Jaylin Henderson (Oak Ridge) 26pts vs. Powell

Cody Knox (East Hamilton) 26pts vs. Hixson

Hayden Webb (Loudon) 25pts vs. Sequoyah

Demarcus Martin (Farragut) 25pts vs. William Blount

Stetson Moore (Knoxville Halls) 25pts vs. Clinton


Middle Tennessee

Jacob Williams (Wilson Central) 33pts vs. Beech

David Capps (MTCS) 32pts vs. Forrest

Khan Hosey (Antioch) 31pts vs. McGavock

Mason Ramsey (Livingston Academy) 30pts vs. Stone Memorial

Seth Satterfield (Huntland) 30pts vs. Moore County

Austin Gee (Ezell-Harding) 30pts vs. Davidson Academy

Derrick Spears (MTCS) 29pts vs. Webb School

Matt Pond (Centennial) 29pts vs. Columbia Central

Austin Mullinax (Waverly Central) 29pts vs. Obion County

Andy Schumpert (Brentwood) 29pts vs. Ensworth

Corn Elder (Ensworth) 28pts vs. Brentwood

Michael Morgan (Creek Wood) 28pts vs. Montgomery Central

Christian Lynn (Goodpasture) 27pts vs. Aaron Academy

C.J. McEwen (McGavock) 27pts vs. Antioch

Tony Sparkman (Spring Hill) 27pts vs. Page

Alex Tinsley (St. Andrews-Sewanee) 27pts vs. Richard Hardy

Andrew Fleming (Ensworth) 26pts vs. Hillsboro

Lance Crismond (Coffee County) 26pts vs. Lincoln County

Marquel Hickerson (Tullahoma) 26pts vs. Smyrna

Liam Nash (USN) 25pts vs. Zion Christian

Michael Battle (Pearl Cohn) 25pts vs. Harpeth

Ganda Ameri (Smyrna) 25pts vs. Shelbyville

James Keith (Fayetteville) 25pts vs. Cascade


West Tennessee

Demetrius Dyson (Covington) 35pts vs. Ripley

Skal Labiessiere (ECS) 33pts vs. USJ

Tadarious Neely (Trezevant) 33pts vs. Bolton

Paul Ulderich (Bruceton) 33pts vs. Carroll Academy

Hunter Lowe (McKenzie) 32pts vs. Dresden

Jerrious Sain (Bolivar Central) 32pts vs. Jackson Southside

Jeremy Hemphill (Memphis Central) 32pts vs. Manassas

Zamarlus Griffin (BTW) 32pts vs. Power Center Academy

Skal Labiessiere (ECS) 31pts vs. Bartlett

Fatodd Lewis (Raleigh-Egypt) 30pts vs. Craigmont

Jajuan Johnson (Southwind) 30pts vs. Houston

Zamarlus Griffin (BTW) 30pts vs. Westwood

Tyler Gadlen (Peabody) 30pts vs. Lake County

Tad Hayes (Clarksburg) 30pts vs. Huntingdon

Keelon Lawson (Hamilton) 30pts vs. Douglass

Jonathan Starks (Munford) 29pts vs. Brighton

Demetrius Dyson (Covington) 28pts vs. Westview

Tyrone Wooten (Trezevant) 26pts vs. Brighton

Austin Nichols (Briarcrest Christian) 26pts vs. White Station

Keith Collins (Houston) 26pts vs. Wooddale

Jeremy Hemphill (Memphis Central) 26pts vs. Douglass

Carlos Hurt (Fayette-Ware) 25pts vs. Chester County

C.J. Anderson (Whitehaven) 25pts vs. Mitchell

A.J. Merriweather (Jackson Southside) 25pts vs. Bolivar Central

C.J. Barnes (McNairy Central) 25pts vs. Fayette-Ware

Zamarlus Griffin (BTW) 25pts vs. KIPP

Josh Bougher (CBHS) 25pts vs. Germantown