Indiana High School Basketball's 20 Most Dominant Players
The single common attribute shared among the legends of Indiana high school basketball is dominance. From Fuzzy Vandivier winning three titles in a row, to Glenn Robinson¿s Gary Roosevelt Panthers winning the 1991 state title in a dream match against Alan Henderson¿s Indianapolis Brebeuf, these superstars exhibited total dominance when it mattered most. Indiana High School Basketball¿s 20 Most Dominant Players relives the passionate memories, thrilling victories, and the sheer dominance of these Hoosier hardcourt idols. With these twenty players combining to win 14 coveted Mr. Basketball awards and 28 state championships, Hall of Fame sportswriter Dave Krider truly profiles the best of the best.
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