Bass Pro Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team



There were 10 players from the eight teams selected to the 2013 Bass Pro Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team.

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Marcus Derrickson, Paul VI (MVP)

Derrickson took home MVP honors to go along with Paul VI’s tournament championship. The sophomore forward averaged 15 points and 8 rebounds per game, including a game-high 23 points in the championship. Derrickson, the No. 9 player in the Class of 2015 according ESPN.com, has offers from Georgetown, Indiana, Villanova, Maryland, and NC State among others.

Kevin Doresy, Paul VI

Despite averaging just over 10 points and 3 assists per game, Dorsey landed on the All-Tournament Team due to his clutch shooting. Dorsey knocked down game-winning shots in both the Panthers semifinal and championship victories, with the latter giving Paul VI the upset win over the top team in the nation. Dorsey is receiving interest from various ACC and Big East schools.

Kasey Hill, Montverde

The Florida Gators signee averaged 16 points to go along with 4 assists and 3 steals per game en route to leading the nation’s top team to the TOC title game. Hill is the No. 9 ranked player in the Class of 2013 according to ESPN.com.

Austin Petry, Hillcrest

The hometown Petry was a huge reason the Hornets were a fourth quarter meltdown away from pulling off two wins. AP averaged 14 points per game, shooting 48% from the field (13-of-27) in his three games, while knocking down nine 3s per day.

Austin Ruder, Nixa

Austin Ruder gave Bears’ fans a glimpse of what the next four years could be like with the MSU signee on the roster. Ruder averaged 18 points per game in his three games at JQH Arena, knocking down 11-of-17 treys in the process of leading the Eagles to a fourth place finish.

Derek Willis, Bullitt East

The Kentucky bound big man trailed only Bobby Portis in scoring, averaging exactly 21 points per game for the Chargers. Willis also showed off his entire repertoire, pulling down 8 rebounds and dishing out 3 assists while also block 3 shots per contest. Willis is signed with the Wildcats, turning down Louisville, Indiana, and Purdue.

Dakari Johnson, Montverde

Dakari Johnson owned the paint during his three games, posting 15 points, 8 rebounds and 2 blocks per contest, helping to lead his team to the championship game. Johnson, who committed to Kentucky earlier this month, is considered the No. 12 recruit in the class of 2013 according to ESPN.com.

Isaac Hamilton, St. John Bosco


The younger brother of current Denver Nugget Jordan Hamilton thrilled fans across the Ozarks with his dynamic scoring ability. The UTEP signee averaged 20 points and 4 rebounds per game, while shooting a sizzling 66% (25-for-38) from field. Hamilton is the No. 25 rated prospect in the class of 2013 according to ESPN.com.

Bobby Portis, Little Rock Hall

The Arkansas bound recruit put up 21 points and 9 rebounds per game during his three games in Springfield, including a 31 point, 15 rebound performance in the seventh place game against Prestonwood Christian. Portis, who hit an incredible 62% of his shots during the weekend (28-for-45), is the No. 11 recruit according to ESPN.com.

Tyler Dorsey, St. John Bosco
The versatile guard averaged 13 points, 3 rebounds 5 assists per game, helping to lead his Braves to a third place finish. Dorsey, who is considered the No. 15 recruit in the class of 2015, is being recruited by Arizona, California, UCLA, USC, Washington, and Georgetown among others.

Photo Galleries

Pictures: Evangel softball sweeps Culver-Stockton


The Lady Crusaders took two games from Culver-Stockton on Saturday, winning 7-6 and 6-5

Pictures: Carl Junction 3, Catholic 1


The Lady Bulldogs claim the Gold Division Title

Pictures: Rockwood Summit 1, Glendale 0


The Lady Falcons take second place in the Gold Division
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