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Austin Harper, Glen Oaks

Here’s a look at the top 15 players in the MCCAA through half a season. This list is one part production and another part potential. So, for instance, Austin Harper may not have as much potential as Jamie Stewart (that’s debatable), but his production is insane. The comment section is open for suggestions.

1.) Austin Harper, sophomore guard, Glen Oaks: Harper, a WMU transfer, has been putting on a show so far this season. He is averaging 16 points per game with 11 assists. Harper, a sneaky good athlete from west Michigan, is shooting better than 60 percent from the floor and 65 percent from 3-point range. This was going to be Jamie Stewart’s spot until I saw those field goal percentages — that’s incredible for a guard.

2.) Jamie Stewart, sophomore guard, Henry Ford: Stewart is a reliable 3-point shot away from being a prototype shooting guard. He is ultra athletic with the ability to create shots for himself and his teammates. His mid-range game is impressive as well. He is averaging 17 points, eight rebounds and three assists this season. He will be playing at D-1 Montana State next season.

3.) Mike Brigham, sophomore forward, Mott: Brigham has actually been less productive than many had expected (13 points and eight rebounds). Even so, he’s still a dynamic prospect who has improved his shooting and ballhandling since last season. Look for Brigham to have a monster second half. He started lighting it up over the some and impressed some scouts in Vegas. He has at least six D-1 offers from low to mid-major schools.


Ever heard of Lamar State College? Yeah, neither had I until I saw their roster, one that’s chock-full of Michigan talent:

Kavon Rose, Detroit Finney: Big-time guard who transferred out of TCU after originally committing to Oregon State out of high school. He is averaging 17 points, five assists and four rebounds per game.

Leviante “Gore” Davis, Flint Southwestern: Davis played a little at Grand Blanc before transferring back to Flint. He has the perfect build to be a major college defensive tackle but seems to love basketball. Would you be surprised if I told you that Gore actually leads the team in scoring (22 ppg)? Oh, and eight boards per game isn’t bad either.