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March 30, 2013
Isaiah Hicks - Senior - Forward/Center - J.F. Webb High
1,151 career points in 2.5 seasons
Senior year 732 points (22.875 per game) & 412 boards (12.875 per game)
in 32 games: he had 21 Double Doubles & 4 Triple Doubles
Lead J.F. Webb team to first 3A State Basketball Championship in School History
All 5 starters averaged double digits in scoring, his team averaged 74 points per game.
2013 McDonald's All American
2013 MVP for North Carolina Team all star game NC/SC game Myrtle Beach
2013 #3A Charlie Adams MVP 3A State Championship Game (34 points, 30 Rebounds, & 7 blocks)
2013 3A Eastern Region MVP
2013 Carolina 6 3A Player of the year
HSOT Randolph Bracket Most Outstanding Player
Honor Roll last 4 Semesters
Signed to play college basketball at North Carolina
J.F. Webb Coach Leo Brunelli stated, "Isaiah is an outstanding basketball player, but he is an even better person. He is the most unselfish (team player) I have ever had the pleasure to Coach in 20 years.
He will be a success in life due to his leadership and work ethic on and off the court."
Eric Bossi, Rivals.com National Basketball Analyst says, "It's no surprise to hear that Isaiah Hicks has been named NCPreps.com's player of the year. Hicks has proven himself time and again when playing against the best players from around the country and he had a super senior season that ended up netting him an invite to the McDonald's All-American game. The North Carolina bound power forward will of course need to add some strength for the next level but there is a lot to like about his game. He is a big time athlete with exceptional agility, he's quick to the rim and he has greatly improved during his high school career. Early on he was pretty reliant on his athleticism but he's developed his offensive repertoire, become a high level defender and is a force on the glass. I expect him to enjoy a fine career at North Carolina and be a guy that flourishes in Roy Williams' up and down system."
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