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ASWA Basketball Player of the Year




The Alabama Sports Writers Association selects a Mr. Basketball Player in conjunction with the announcement of the All-State Team.


 Class   Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 1975 
 Reginald King  Jackson-Olin Alabama
 1978 
 Eddie Phillips  Parker Alabama
 1979 
 Mike Davis  Fayette County Alabama
 1981 
 Ennis Whatley  Phillips Birmingham Alabama
 1982 
 Buck Johnson  Hayes Alabama
 1983 
 Terry Coner  Phillips Birmingham Alabama
 1984 
 Steven Seay  Enterprise San Francisco
 1985 
2A  Vincent Robinson  Bridgeport
 1986 
4A  Larry Rembert  Keith UAB
 1987 
 Bryant Lancaster  Valley Alabama
 1988 
 Terrence Lewis  Ramsay Providence
 1989 
 Queintoria Higgins  Fairhope Wyoming
 1990 
5A  Cedric Moore  Woodlawn Alabama
 1991 
 Victor Newman  Houston Academy
 1992 
 Darryl Wilson  South Lamar Mississippi State
 1993 
 Howard Pride  Butler UAB/Vandy
 1994 
 Rod Willie  Lee Huntsville Georgia Southern
 1995 
 Brian Williams  Jeff Davis Alabama
 1996 
 Isaac Spencer  Jeff Davis Murray State
 1997 
 Anthony Williams  Loachapoka Vanderbilt
 1998 
 Sam Haginas  UMS-Wright Alabama
 1999 
 Marvin Stone  Grissom Kentucky/Louisville
 2000 
 Gerald Wallace  Childersburg Alabama
 2001 
 Chris White  Grissom
 2002 
 Kennedy Winston  Blount Alabama
 2003 
 Ronald Steele  John Carroll Alabama
 2004 
 Ronald Steele  John Carroll Alabama
 2005 
 Richard Hendrix  Athens Alabama
 2006 
6A  Stanley Robinson  Huffman Connecticut
 2007 
 Courtney Fortson  Jeff Davis Arkansas
 2008 
1A  JaMychal Green  St. Jude Alabama
 2009 
 Kerron Johnson  Madison Academy Belmony
 2010 
4A  Trevor Lacey  Butler
 2011 
4A  Trevor Lacey  Butler Alabama
 2012 
6A  Craig Sword  Carver Montgomery
 2013 
6A  DeRunnya Wilson  Wenonah Sr.
 2014 
 William Lee  Dallas County
 2015 
7A  Dazon Ingram  Theodore




Great Moments in Alabama High School Basketball History

South Lamar scored 113 points in defeating East Limestone 113-84 in the first round of the 1992 tournament. It is still a record for points scored in a game.