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Midseason 2019 ALL-USA Girls Basketball Player of the Year Candidates: Midwest Region

<p><strong>School:</strong> Hopkins (Minnetonka, Minn.) <br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point Guard<br />
<strong>Height:</strong> 5-10<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Uncommitted<br />
<strong>Noteworthy</strong>: Bueckers averages 26.1 points, 5.8 assists and 4.9 steals per game. She scored a season-high 37 points against Cooper in a 99-64 victory. She’s the No. 1 recruit on ESPN for the 2020 Class. She ranks second in all-time scoring among Hopkins players, tallying 1,926 points in her varsity career so far. Hopkins has started the year a perfect 17-0.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Mark Bloom/All Sport Photography</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Rogers (Toledo, Ohio)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong>  Point Guard <br />
<strong>Height:</strong> 5-9<br />
<strong>College:</strong> South Carolina <br />
<strong>Noteworthy</strong>: Cooke became a national sensation when a highlight tape that showed her scoring 43 points went viral. Dwyane Wade, Chance the Rapper and other celebrities took notice of the highlight tape. She is the No. 2 point guard in the 2019 class and the seventh-ranked prospect overall, according to ESPN. Cooke averages 23.3 points, 7.6 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game through 15 games.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Srijita Chattopadhyay/Naples Daily News</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Africentric (Columbus, Ohio) <br />
<strong>Position:</strong>  Guard <br />
<strong>Height:</strong> 6-1<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Tennessee <br />
<strong>Noteworthy</strong>: Horston is the No. 2 overall recruit in the 2019 Class and the top-ranked guard, according to ESPN. She was named to the McDonald's All-American team this season. She was named the MVP of the 2018 FIBA Uunder-17 World Cup. She averages 16.1 points, eight rebounds, four steals four assists per game this season for Africentric.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Ebony Pegues</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Western Boone (Thorntown, Ind.) <br />
<strong>Position:</strong>  Guard <br />
<strong>Height:</strong> 5-7<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Davenport University <br />
<strong>Noteworthy</strong>: Jones is Western Boone’s all-time leading scorer. She scored 50 points — a single-game record for her school — against Benton Central to lead her team to a 69-67 victory, per the Lebanon Reporter. She scored 49 in her team’s opening game this season, the Indy Star reported.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Jenna Watson/IndyStar</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> West Side (Gary, Ind.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Guard <br />
<strong>Height:</strong> 5-7<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Uncommitted<br />
<strong>Noteworthy</strong>: Shaw averages 25.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 4.7 steals per game for Gary West Side this season. She scored 23 points on 10-12 shooting in a 47-45 victory over Chesterton this season, per The Times of Northwest Indiana. She has yet to miss a game this season.</p>

<p><em>Photo: QueSean Mason</em></p>

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As the season reaches the the halfway point or close to it around the nation, USA TODAY High School Sports is assembling our midseason report with installments throughout the week, where we will be break down the candidates by region.
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Here we’re taking a look at the midseason candidates for the 2019 ALL-USA Boys Basketball Player of the Year in the Midwest Region.
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2018-19 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Preseason Girls Basketball Team

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USA TODAY High School Sports is unveils the American Family Insurance ALL-USA preseason boys basketball team for the 2018-19 season with the selection of 25 players.
The team was selected by USA TODAY Sports’ Jason Jordan in consultation with the USA TODAY High School Sports staff and various recruiting analysts and high school coaches.
Statistics are from last season, except where otherwise noted. Players are listed in alphabetical order.
MORE: ALL-USA Preseason Boys Basketball Team
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Click through the gallery to meet the players:

<p><strong>School:</strong> Rock Island (Ill.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Wing<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-0<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> South Carolina<br />
Beal became the fourth player to win back-to-back Miss Basketball awards in Illinois, according to <a href="https://247sports.com/college/louisville/Article/Top-15-Louisville-womens-target-Breanna-Beal-has-the-Cardinals-in-her-final-five-120782086/">247 Sports</a>, after averaging 21.9 points and 10.2 rebounds as a junior, per the <a href="https://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/highschool/ct-spt-ms-basketball-brea-beal-rock-island-20180330-story.html">Chicago Tribune</a>. If she can win it again, she’ll join WNBA star Candace Parker as the only player to have three.</p>

<p><em>Photo: USA Basketball</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> McKinley (Canton, Ohio)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-1<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Ohio State<br />
Known to many in Ohio as “She-Bron,” per <a href="http://www.espn.com/espnw/sports/article/25228337/a-z-guide-2018-ncaa-early-signing-period-women-basketball">ESPNW</a>, Bell averaged 33.4 points, 10 rebounds and 5.1 steals per game last season as she won the Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year award.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Scott Heckel, The Canton Repository</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Whitfield (Berkeley, Miss.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-0<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Missouri<br />
Fresh off a <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/b/blackwell-aijha.aspx">USA Basketball</a> showing over summer in which she started four games, averaged 9.3 points per game and helped the team win gold, Blackwell will try to take another leap forward after averaging 24.2 points, 8.3 rebounds and two steals per game as a junior.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Whitfield School</em></p>

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<p><strong>School:</strong> Appomattox Regional Governor's Arts & Tech (Petersburg, Va.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Forward<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-2<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Marquette<br />
You like triple-doubles? How about triple-doubles that include blocks? Look no further than Boyd, who had <a href="https://www.richmond.com/sports/high-school/basketball/girls/all-metro-basketball-player-of-the-year-jada-boyd-commits/article_7e1a41d7-947c-5dca-b83c-73ed241edf92.html">11 triple-doubles</a> last season – three of them coming in a <a href="http://www.progress-index.com/sports/20180208/3-triple-doubles-99-total-points-this-week-for-jada-boyd">single week</a> – as she compiled season averages of 35.9 points, 13.3 rebounds and 8.5 blocks per game.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Jody Demling/Cardinal Authority, 247Sports</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Worcester Academy (Mass.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Post<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-4<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Undecided<br />
Since leaving the Virgin Islands to move to Massachusetts at the age of 12, according to <a href="http://www.espn.com/espnw/sports/article/24811694/elite-prospect-aliyah-boston-strikes-gold-usa-basketball-leaving-paradise-behind">ESPNW</a>, Boston has emerged as a star. She had led Worcester to a 42-2 record over the last two seasons and averaged 21.2 ppg and 14.0 rpg to go along with a dominant 6.2 blocks and 2.2 steals per contest, per <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/b/boston-aliyah.aspx">USA Basketball</a>.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Shannon Power Photography</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Bishop McNamara (Temple Hills, Md.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Wing<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-0<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> NC State<br />
A dominant player on the volleyball and basketball court alike, Brown-Turner averaged 19.8 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.9 steals per game <a href="https://usatodayhss.com/2018/2017-18-all-usa-maryland-girls-basketball-team">last season</a>. She is <a href="http://www.espn.com/high-school/girls-basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/228897">ESPN’s</a> No. 4 wing in the class of 2019.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Chris Thompkins Photography</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> William Monroe (Standardsville, Va.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Forward<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-2<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Notre Dame<br />
Brunelle averaged almost twice as many points per game last year as she did rebounds – and she averaged 15.6 boards per contest. That, to go along with her 30 ppg and 3 bpg, earned her the Virginia <a href="https://playeroftheyear.gatorade.com/winner/samantha-brunelle/36512">Gatorade Player of the Year</a> award.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Brian Mellott</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Hopkins (Minnetonka, Minn.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-10<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Junior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Undecided<br />
The No. 1 point guard in the 2020 class averaged a well-rounded 24.4 points, 6.4 rebounds and 6.1 assists while swiping 3.7 steals per game last season – as a sophomore. She’s back as an upperclassman after playing with Team USA over summer.</p>

<p><em>Photo: John Sherman, Sun Newspapers</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Dowling Catholic (West Des Moines, Iowa)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-11<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Junior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Undecided<br />
An excellent shooter, dribbler and playmaker, Caitlin Clark averaged 27.1 points per game as a sophomore, according to the <a href="http://www.amestrib.com/sports/20180728/attack-point-guard-coveted-by-entire-nation—including-isu">Ames Tribune</a>. She’s the No. 4 overall player in the class of 2020, according to <a href="http://www.espn.com/high-school/girls-basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/225153">ESPN</a>.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Rodney White/The Register</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Rogers (Toledo, Ohio)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-9<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> South Carolina<br />
Cooke doubled her assists average last year, posting 24 points and six assists and rebounds apiece as Rogers won its second straight championship. Cooke, <a href="http://www.espn.com/high-school/girls-basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/212669">ESPN’s</a> No. 2 point guard in her class, was part of the <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/c/cooke-zia.aspx">USA Basketball</a> U16 and U17 teams.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Albert "Mick" Earl</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Henderson (Troy, Ala.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Post<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-4<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Rutgers<br />
Davenport has established herself as a fierce inside presence on both sides of the court nationally and abroad. As a junior, she averaged 18.2 points, 12.0 rebounds and 5.1 blocks per game. On the U18 <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/d/davenport-maori.aspx">USA Basketball</a> national team, she averaged 7.8 ppg, 7.0 rpg and 2.7 bpg.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Joey Meredith/Charles Henderson HS</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> St. John’s College (Washington, D.C.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-10<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Sophomore<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Undecided<br />
As a freshman, Fudd averaged 24.0 points per game while contributing 3.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists. The No. 1 player in the class of 2021 won a gold medal with the FIBA U17 World Cup team over summer.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Larry French/St. John s College</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Allen (Texas)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-2<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Louisville<br />
Green uses her height to create mismatches and grab boards, as she averaged 18.7 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.1 assist per game as a junior, according to <a href="https://247sports.com/college/louisville/Article/Louisville-womens-basketball-coach-Jeff-Walz-announced-the-signing-of-Nyah-Green-and-Ramani-Parker-124792048/">247 Sports</a>. She is the No. 12 player in the class of 2019, per <a href="http://www.espn.com/high-school/girls-basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/196850">ESPN</a>.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Allen HS</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Wing<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-1<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Undecided<br />
The No. 1 player in the class of 2019 from the No. 1 school in the country returns with a vengeance after losing last year’s championship game in triple-overtime. Jones averaged 21.8 points, 10 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game to go along with 2.5 blocks and 2.0 steals.</p>

<p><em>Photo: D. Ross Cameron, USA TODAY Sports Images</em></p>

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<p><strong>School:</strong> Africentric (Columbus, Ohio)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-1<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Tennessee<br />
Five-star Jordan Horston, the No. 2 player in her class, averaged 18.1 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.1 assist, and was a fiend on defense with 5.1 steals and 1.7 blocks last year. She averaged 10.1 points, seven rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.4 steals with Team USA over summer, according to <a href="http://www.espn.com/espnw/sports/article/24884091/tennessee-lady-vols-get-verbal-commitment-no-2-prospect-jordan-horston">ESPN</a>.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Nicc Jackson/Blue Star</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Detroit Edison Public Academy (Detroit)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Wing<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-2<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Mississippi State<br />
Since going 9-6 in Jackson’s freshman year, Edison High School has taken massive strides behind her, winning state titles in years two and three. Jackson averaged 21.9 points, 10.8 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3.9 combined blocks and steals, per <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/j/jackson-rickea.aspx">USA Basketball</a>, as Edison only had one loss.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Brandon Folsom/Special to the Detroit Free Press</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Schlarman (Danville, Ill.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-10<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Notre Dame<br />
Peoples showed off her vision and passing skills by averaging 3.0 assists on U18 <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/p/peoples-anaya.aspx">USA Basketball</a>, which was tied for the team-high. As a junior, she averaged a 16.9 points, 6.7 rebounds and 4.7 steals per game to lead her team to championship.</p>

<p><em>Photo: USA Basketball</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Franklin (Somerset, N.J.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-1<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Maryland<br />
Miller, the No. 6 guard in the class of 2019, per <a href="http://www.espn.com/high-school/girls-basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/225172">ESPN</a>, broke out for a 23.7 point-per-game average, besting her sophomore year effort by five points, according to <a href="http://highschoolsports.nj.com/news/article/-4375204923106010293/girls-basketball-franklins-diamond-miller-makes-non-binding-college-commitment/">NJ.com</a>. She played for the 2017 U16 Team <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/m/miller-diamond.aspx">USA Basketball</a> squad.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Peter Ackerman</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Windward School (Inglewood, Calif.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-9<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> UCLA<br />
A strong shooter and playmaker, Osborne averaged 18 points, seven rebounds and 5.3 assists per game while averaging 3.5 steals per contest on the defensive side, per <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/o/osborne-charisma.aspx">USA Basketball</a>. She’ll try to lead Windward to its third straight championship.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Joe Lester</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Paul VI (Woodbridge, Va.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-9<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Maryland<br />
McDonald’s All-American Game. USA Basketball. Owusu has done it all. Her strong defense and 19.2 points-per-game average earned <a href="http://www.espn.com/high-school/girls-basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/212826/ashley-owusu">ESPN’s</a> top point guard in 2019 a spot on the <a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/recruiting-insider/wp/2018/03/21/2018-winter-all-met-girls-basketball-first-team-second-team-honorable-mentions/">Washington Post’s</a> All-Met first team.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Brad Mills, USA TODAY Sports Images</em></p>

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<p><strong>School:</strong> Plano West (Texas)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-6<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> UCLA<br />
A confident shooter who can pull the trigger <a href="https://usatodayhss.com/2018/ucla-commit-jaden-owens-create-more-for-everyone-shooting-passing">off the dribble or on a step-back</a>, Owens broke out her junior year by averaging 20.4 points, 4.4 assists, 3.7 rebounds and 3.9 steals per game.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Triple Threat Training</em></p>

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<p><strong>School:</strong> St. Frances Academy (Baltimore)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Wing<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 6-foot-3<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Junior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Undecided<br />
After averaging <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/r/reese-angel.aspx">17.6 points, 12.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists</a> per game as a sophomore to lead St. Frances Academy to its second straight championship, the five-star guard will be looking for a three-peat.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Brad Mills, USA TODAY Sports </em>Images</p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Junipero Serra (Gardena, Calif.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Wing<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-11<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Maryland<br />
Tucker uses her athleticism to grab every board in sight. Despite being 5-foot-11, she averaged a whopping 13.2 rebounds per game last season to go along with 16.9 points and 1.8 steals per game.</p>

<p><em>Photo: USA Basketball</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> Cashmere (Wenatcee, Wash.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-8<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Junior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Undecided<br />
Van Lith averaged 32.6 points, 8.5 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 6.4 steals per game last season, according to <a href="https://www.usab.com/basketball/players/womens/v/van-lith-hailey.aspx">USA Basketball</a>. There has yet to be a Washington Class A state championship game without her since she started high school.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Don Seabrook/Wenatchee World</em></p>

<p><strong>School:</strong> University School of Milwaukee (Wis.)<br />
<strong>Position:</strong> Point guard<br />
<strong>Ht:</strong> 5-foot-7<br />
<strong>Year:</strong> Senior<br />
<strong>College:</strong> Marquette<br />
Williams somehow one-upped her sophomore year averages (31.6 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 5.0 spg) by averaging 39.9 points, 7.2 assists, 11.8 rebounds and 5.2 steals per game as a junior. Can she hit the 40 point-per-game mark in her final season?</p>

<p><em>Photo: Antony McHenry</em></p>

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