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Chris Page has just drawn my interest.


From Coach Brown's twitter:


"Congrats to Chris Page for being named MVP of the Hoosiers Reunion All Star Classic last night! He had 24pts and 10 reb."


From what I could find on the web there were atleast 11 DI players in the game and each roster had 12 players. His team won 104-96


Here's the title of one of the articles - "Snubbed by All-Stars, Plainfield's Page leads Hickory to win"


Here are the rosters:


Hickory Huskers boys

Joe Crisman, Munster (Loyola)

Bob Dillon, Brebuef Jesuit (DePauw)

Justin Gant, Terre Haute North (Indiana State)

Jordan Hahn, New Castle (Huntington)

Ryan Helfert, Boonville (Olney Central)

Max Landis, Perry Meridian (Gardner-Webb)

Jonny Marlin, Center Grove (IPFW)

Zach Miller, Connersville (Bethel)

Chris Page, Plainfield (Albany)

Austin Richie, Lowell (Western Michigan)

Silas Sims, Hauser (Manchester)

Jon Trawick, Richmond (Motte Junior College)


Terhune Tigers boys

Seth Apollos, Knightstown (undecided)

Spencer Comer, Rushville (St. Francis)

Dee Davis, Bloomington South (Xavier)

Brandon Herbert, Rushville (Purdue)

Alex Houck, Hagerstown (Anderson)

Jared Lawrence, Blue River Valley (undecided)

Matt Schauss, Centerville (Bethel)

Andrew Smeathers, Center Grove (Butler)

Dustin Smith, Eastern Hancock (Maine Central Institute)

Eric Stutz, Castle (Eastern Kentucky)

Chandler Thomas, Cathedral (Maryland-Baltimore County)

Spencer Turner, Bloomington South (Belmont)

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Came across this on Page, I don't think it has been posted yet.


Indiana Basketball Recruits


Shooting: Outstanding

Ball Handling: Good

Passing: Average

Defense: Average

Speed: Good

Quickness: Good

Bounce: Good

Strength: Average

Basketball IQ: Developing

Attitude: Outstanding

Work ethic: Outstanding

Potential: Good


A lethal shooter, especially when he gets hot. Page can knock down a large number of shots to rack up a large number of points. This is exactly what he is doing this season at Plainfield High School. The Albany commit has rounded out his game since last year. He is now displaying great burst off the dribble, a better feel for handling the ball on the perimeter, and the ability to finish with contact due to improved strength. He does a great job of keeping himself square to the basket and has a quick release off the catch. Page has one of the more picture perfect jumpers due to this. His mid range game is above average off one or two dribbles as well. Even though he is a good shooter, his shot selection can be poor. Chris is used to having to take questionable shots with him being Plainfield's only real offensive threat on a nightly basis, but will have to have the discipline to transition to looking to score less on the next level. Albany likely won't depend on him to score as much as Plainfield does. Chris is pretty good defensively, but he has trouble guarding some of the wings that are more athletic than him. His toughness on both ends of the floor make up for some the things he can't do though.

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