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Munster's Nate Bubash makes layup over Hammond High's Juwan Holmes during their game held Hammond High School Friday December 2cnd

Munster's Nate Bubash makes a layup over Hammond High's Juwan Holmes during their game held at Hammond High School on Friday December 2cnd, 2011. | Charles Mitchell~For Sun-Times Media

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Updated: November 22, 2013 8:53PM



Nate Bubash

Munster, 6-7, Sr., Forward

By the Numbers: 15.4 ppg, 7.4 rpg.

The Skinny: Solid, crafty inside player, whose numbers will definitely go up this year for the Mustangs. Bubash is just the kind of player you like to start out with if you’re building a team. He scores, he plays defense and he gets rebounds.

Mike Schlotman

Munster, 6-3, Sr., Guard

By the Numbers: 10.5 ppg, 4.1 apg, 4.0 rpg.

The Skinny: A three-year starter, Schlotman signed with Davidson last season. He is strong and deceptively quick. He is another linchpin for Munster. His numbers, too, will go up this year.

Tyler Wideman

Lake Central, 6-7, Jr., Center

By the Numbers: 13.1 ppg, 7.1 rpg.

The Skinny: Wideman, who weighs around 240 pounds, is so solid and durable that most high school teams don’t have anyone that can body up with him. He runs the court well for his size. Without Glenn Robinson III in the picture, expect a lot of Robinson’s points to go to Wideman.

Charles Cooper

Wallace, 6-3, Sr., Forward

By the Numbers: 18.1 ppg, 7.1 rpg.

The Skinny: Great high school midrange player. Cooper was dynamite in the loss to Mishawaka Marian in the Plymouth Regional last year. It’s hard to project him at the next level since he doesn’t necessarily have to handle the ball much for the Hornets. But he knows how to run the floor and find the offensive seams.

Nick Davidson

Andrean, 6-4, Sr., Guard

By the Numbers: 17.7 ppg, 3.6 apg, 4.1 rpg.

The Skinny: One of the most efficient guards in the region, according to Andrean coach Carson Cunningham. He’ll take his talents to Valparaiso University next season. This is definitely his team and has been really since he was a sophomore.



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