The annual BOC Fall Basketball League featured many of the top prospects in the state of Wisconsin and we continue our coverage with a look at talented junior lead guard Lamonte Bearden of Germantown (WI) who headlines the 2012 BOC All-League 2nd Team for the Platinum Division…

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2012 BOC LEAGUE – PLATINUM DIVISION – SECOND TEAM ALL-LEAGUE
Lamonte Bearden – 2014 – PG – Germantown (WI)
Stat Line 9.0 PPG – 6.5 APG – 2.3 RPG – 3.5 SPG
Floor Impact 21.3 FIPG – Matrix 9.5 MPG – Efficiency 7.3 EPG

A solid young floor general with instincts and vision, Bearden was stellar on week 1 and the final week as he delivered some strong floor performances that showcased his range, skill, playmaking, etc.  He led the league in assists and steals and made the game look easy at times with his ability to slash through defenses and drop mid-range jumpers, floaters, and perimeter jumpers beyond the arc.  

Cody Schwartz – 2015 – F – West De Pere (WI)
Stat Line 15.3 PPG – 1.0 APG – 5.0 RPG – 1.0 SPG – 1.0 BPG
Floor Impact 23.3 FIPG – Matrix 6.7 MPG – Efficiency 10.0 EPG

Delivered a huge performance in the final week that capped off a solid fall campaign that arguably could have put him in consideration for potential first team honors if not for a couple scheduling prior scheduling conflicts that caused him to miss a couple weeks.  Schwartz has an excellent skill package and that was evident each time he was there as he ripped the nets from long range (i.e. 7-15 from 3 point line) while also showing an ability to score around the basket on put backs and transition baskets.  The key to him is his activity and when he’s active inside and outside he’s a very tough cover and can bring a lot to the table as he did in the final week.  A solid effort this fall for one of the fast rising sophomores in the state.

Ronald Singleton – 2013 – F – Milwaukee Vincent (WI)
Stat Line – 11.7 PPG – 0.7 APG – 7.0 RPG – 1.0 SPG – 0.7 BPG
Floor Impact 21.0 FIPG – Matrix 8.7 MPG – Efficiency 8.0 EPG

Energy, toughness, and effort were the key to this unheralded forward as Singleton brought that each week and delivered some strong performances in the process.  Singleton was active on both ends, he attacked the glass, he finished around the basket, he ran the floor hard, and overall he delivered some quality performances that showed nice instincts and excellent heart each week.  A solid effort.

Reed Timmer – 2014 – PG – New Berlin Eisenhower (WI)
Stat Line – 13.8 PPG – 4.0 APG – 1.8 RPG – 1.8 SPG – 0.5 BPG
Floor Impact 21.8 FIPG – Matrix 3.8 MPG – Efficiency 7.0 EPG

Had one exceptional performance that captured player of the week honors and delivered a couple other solid efforts this fall that showcased his range, vision, playmaking, and ability to make things happen on both ends.  Handles the ball well, can drill the mid-range jumper, has range beyond the arc, and sees the floor well while being able to deliver solid passes that are on the mark.  At his best Timmer is very tough on both ends of the court.

Marcus White – 2014 – F – Milwaukee Vincent (WI)
Stat Line – 14.8 PPG – 0.5 APG – 7.3 RPG – 1.0 SPG – 1.3 BPG
Floor Impact 24.8 FIPG – Matrix 8.0 MPG – Efficiency 8.8 EPG

Power, strength, instincts, and an ability to make a lot of things happen on the court is the calling card for this combo forward and White showed that off at times this fall with some solid performances.  Week 1 and the final week were his best as he was active, aggressive, and showed a versatile inside-outside skill package along with solid rebounding ability and toughness.  Consistency, effort, and energy is the key for White as he can do a lot of damage on both ends when he brings those things to the table as he did during weeks 1 and 4.  A solid fall performance.

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