The annual Breakfast of Champions Fall Basketball League hit the courts in Wisconsin last month as many of the top prospects in the Badger state took aim at prepping for the upcoming season while delivering quality efforts in the process.  We continue our coverage of the annual hoops gala with a look 2014 G Riley Lachance of Brookfield Central and the 2012 BOC All-League 3rd Team for the Platinum Division…

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2012 BOC ALL-LEAGUE – PLATINUM DIVISION – THIRD TEAM
Travon Bunch – 2014 – C – Racine (WI)

Stat Line – 7.3 PPG – 7.0 RPG – 1.7 BPG – 0.3 SPG
Floor Impact 16.3 FIPG – Matrix 6.3 MPG – Efficiency 5.7 EPG

An evolving interior talent who continues to take steps forward, Bunch delivered a huge effort during the second week and throughout the fall showed an ability to knock down the mid-range jumper, collect rebounds, and finish around the basket with a nice soft touch.  Still raw and developing, Bunch has nice upside and potential with continued hard work and development.

Marquise Carter – 2013 – SG – Milwaukee (WI)
Stat Line – 17.0 PPG – 1.7 RPG – 1.3 APG – 1.3 SPG
Floor Impact 21.3 FIPG – Matrix 3.0 MPG – Efficiency 9.3 EPG

Carter exploded during the third week and he ripped the nets from long range all fall as he shot .786 from beyond the 3 point line (i.e. 11-14 from 3 point line).  Carter has nice range and showed an ability to score in transition and with a jumper that he made with consistency beyond the arc.  A solid fall effort shooting the basketball for the senior guard.

Nicholas Cobbins – 2014 – PG – Milwaukee (WI)
Stat Line – 13.5 PPG – 7.0 RPG – 4.5 APG – 1.0 SPG
Floor Impact 26.0 FIPG – Matrix 8.5 MPG – Efficiency 10.5 EPG

Another emerging junior prospect in the state, Cobbins was stellar when he was there as he showed range beyond the arc, solid playmaking ability, an ability to collect rebounds, and solid dribble drive penetration that he utilized to score and create at times.  Missed the last couple weeks or could've easily been in 1st or 2nd team consideration given the pace he was on.  Could really have a big season if he puts it all together as he does a number of things well and has some solid instincts and a nice feel for the game as well.

Robert Harris – 2014 – PF – Milwaukee (WI)
Stat Line – 8.8 PPG – 5.8 RPG – 0.8 APG – 0.5 SPG – 0.5 BPG
Floor Impact – 16.3 FIPG – Matrix 6.8 MPG – Efficiency 6.0 EPG

One of the many emerging bigs in the state for the 2014 class, Harris impressed as the fall rolled along and he delivered perhaps his best effort the final week as he knocked down mid-range jumpers and collected a number of rebounds and put back dunks as well.  Long and wiry with some nice instincts and range that extends to about 18 feet, Harris can face up and knock down the jumper while also having some nice interior defensive instincts as well.  A solid fall campaign where he competed, improved, and played hard each week.

Riley Lachance – 2014 – G – Brookfield (WI)
Stat Line – 11.7 PPG – 3.7 RPG – 2.0 APG – 1.3 SPG
Floor Impact – 18.7 FIPG – Matrix 4.7 MPG – Efficiency 1.7 EPG

Delivered his best effort during the second week where he drilled jumpers from all over the court and was active and aggressive on both ends.  He has excellent range that extends beyond the arc, he handles the ball well, he sees the floor and can create, and he’s improved his ability to score off the bounce with consistency as well.  Look for him to have a big season this winter.

Stay tuned to NY2LASPORTS.COM and 414HOOPS.COM for complete coverage of the 2012 BOC Fall League…