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Alabama Sports Writers Association's Player of the Year




The Alabama Sports Writers Association selects a Player of the Year in conjunction with the announcement of the All-State Team for each classification since 1999 except for 2009 and 2010 when they selected an MVP player.


 Class   Player   Team   Position   Class   College 
 1999 
1A  Brodie Croyle  Westbrook Christian
2A  Jeffrie Banks  Southern Choctaw
3A  Andy Craven  Pleasant Valley
4A  Jake Peavy  St. Pauls
5A  Matt Ames  Stanhope Elmore
6A  Matthew Maniscalco  Oxford
AISA  Chris Beaird  Springwood
 2000 
1A  Wade Miller  G.W. Long
2A  Anthony Bowden  Wicksburg
3A  Dewayne Chandler  Lincoln
4A  Kenny Henry  Deshler
5A  Chris Wimberly  Hartselle
6A  Brandon Mims  Prattville
AISA    
 2001 
1A  Greg Ray  Maplesville P Jr.
2A  John David Adams  Houston Academy P Sr.
3A  Brandon Fletcher  D.A.R. P Sr.
4A  Zac Welch  Alexandria P Sr.
5A  Eric West  Southside Gadsden SS Sr.
6A  Lance Howard  Theodore UTL Sr.
AISA  Allen Ponder  Lee-Scott Academy P Jr.
 2002 
1A  Ronny Wood  G.W. Long
2A  Josh Cowan  Tanner
3A  Chad Farley  Dadeville
4A  Clark Jinks  Childersburg
5A  Wes Todd  Muscle Shoals
6A  Jeff Butts  Daphne
AISA    
 2003 
1A  Michael Beasley  Appalachian
2A  Ryan Sullivan  Gordo
3A  B.J. Cranford  Ashville
4A  Jake Ball  Hokes Bluff
5A  Bunky Kateon  St. Pauls
6A  Joey Doan  Baker
AISA  P.J. Walters  Faith Academy
 2004 
1A  Ryan Ellison  Isabella
2A  Chase Burch  Fultondale
3A  Nathan Russ  Central Florence
4A  Nick Wheeler  Hokes Bluff
5A  Pete Van Horn  Charles Henderson
6A  Patrick White  Daphne
AISA  Josh Donaldson  Faith Academy
 2005 
1A  Chris Smelley  American Christian
2A  Nick Davis  G.W. Long
3A  Nick Wheeler  Hokes Bluff
4A  Seth Bassinger  Demopolis
5A  Colby Rasmus  Russell County
6A  Bryan Woodall  Central Phenix City
AISA  Eric Skinner  Glenwood School
 2006 
1A  Del Howell  American Christian
2A  A.J. Howard  Houston County
3A  Daryl Otwell  Hokes Bluff
4A  Taylor Thompson  St. James
5A  Caleb Clay  Cullman
6A  Tyler Minto  Baker
AISA    
 2007 
1A  Trey George  Hackleburg
2A  Taylor White  Leroy
3A  Brandon Bearden  Hokes Bluff
4A  Bryan Wheeler  Childersburg
5A  Josh Rutledge  Cullman
6A  John David Smelser  Hillcrest Tuscaloosa
AISA  Dustin Lawley  Bessemer Academy
 2008 
1A  Hunter Collins  Berry Fayette
2A  Clint Mosley  Leroy
3A  Tyler Stovall  Hokes Bluff
4A  Kent Myer  Jackson
5A  Destin Hood  St. Pauls
6A  Jade Todd  Shades Valley
AISA  Steven Upchurch  Faith Academy
 2011 
1A  Jeremy Melton  Fayetteville
2A  Ajay Snow  Leroy
3A  Izzac Yarbrough  Vinemont
4A  Nick Masonia  Brooks
5A  Justin Kamplain  Walker
6A  Daniel Koger  Huntsville
AISA  Cole Lipscomb  Edgewood Academy
 2012 
1A  Will Bishop  Shoals Christian
2A  Thomas Burrows  Mars Hill
3A  Kevin Davis  T.R. Miller
4A  Jalen Goree  Bibb County
5A  Keegan Thompson  Cullman
6A  Mikey White  Spain Park
AISA  Dylan Ingram  Edgewood Academy
 2013 
1A  Will Bishop  Shoals Christian
2A  Garrett Davis  G.W. Long
3A  Colton Campbell  Plainview
4A  Cody Reed  Ardmore
5A  Keegan Thompson  Cullman
6A  Fletcher Johnson  Pelham
AISA  Bailey Hansen  Edgewood Academy
 2014 
1A  Brandon Cook  St. Lukes
2A  Kirk Maddox  Houston Academy
3A  Matt Morgan  Thorsby
4A  Cody Reed  Ardmore
5A  Jesse McCord  Spanish Fort
6A  Sam Finnerty  Pelham
AISA    
 2015 
1A  Jacob Free  Brantley
2A  Hunter Avery  Mobile Christian
3A  Jamison Roney  Geneva
4A  Robert Adams  Trinity
5A  Chase Smartt  Charles Henderson
6A  Brax Garrett  Florence
7A  Max Newton  Smiths Station
AISA  Lawson Humphries  Glenwood School
 2016 
1A  Sage Baggett  J.U. Blacksher
2A  Hunter Avery  Mobile Christian
3A  Deacon Meddars  American Christian
4A  Tanner Allen  UMS-Wright
5A  Judd Ward  Russellville
6A  Owen Lovell  Cullman
7A  Brock Anderson  Sparkman
AISA  Griffin Fenn  Abbeville Christian
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Francis Marion defeated North Sand Mountain 112-105 in the highest scoring game ever in the tournament.