You’d be hard pressed to find a player who’s a more potent threat from deep than Moss Point (Moss Point, Miss.) shooting guard Devin Booker.
Despite facing double and triple teams all season, Booker, who is ranked No. 19 in the ESPN 60, is dominating the competition so far this season and for that reason he is the focus of this week's American Family Insurance ALL-USA Watch.
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Until April, when the postseason ALL-USA boys basketball team will be announced, we’re taking a look at those who have either backed up the preseason hype or played their way into ALL-USA consideration.
This week’s player: Devin Booker, Moss Point (Moss Point, Miss.) junior shooting guard
2012 stats thus far: Booker is averaging 33 points per game this season.
Best Games: On Dec. 22, Booker scored 49 points in an 80-65 win over Brewbaker Tech (Montgomery, Ala.). He scored 48 points on Dec. 4 in a 100-57 win over Ocean Springs (Ocean Springs, Miss.).
Others’ Take: “This is not your typical wing guard. Booker has a few things working in his favor. For starters, he's been blessed with a unique feel for the game and a passion for his position.” — ESPN Recruiting Nation on Booker.
Look Out For: Cuthbertson (Cuthbertson, N.C.) point guard Shelton Mitchell. He’s averaging 28 points and 12 assists per game this season for Cuthbertson and has had some stellar games against some of the country’s most elite guards.
Also Look Out For: North Brunswick (North Brunswick, N.J.) guard Iverson Fleming. He’s averaging 26 points per game this season.
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