Greensburg — Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass boys basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway first-team All-State honors for 2013-14, it was announced Thursday (March 27).
Greensburg seniors Bryant McIntosh and Sean Sellers were named First Team All-State, while Greensburg junior Ryan Welage was named Underclass All-State Honorable Mention.
Sellers, a four-year starter, Ball State commit and Greensburg’s career leader in scoring and rebounding, averages 20.1 points and 7.6 rebounds in 28 games this season. He shoots 60 percent from the floor (46 percent 3-pointers) and 85 percent free throws. McIntosh, a three-year Greensburg starter, Northwestern commit and the school’s career assists leader, averages 14.1 points, 9.1 assists and 3.6 rebounds in 28 games. He shoots 51 percent overall, 34 percent 3-pointers and 77 percent free throws.
Welage, a three-year starter, averages 15 points and 6.3 rebounds in 28 games. He shoots 69 percent from the field and 73 percent free throws.
Also, 120 additional players were selected as honorable mention IBCA/Subway Senior All-State and 120 additional juniors, sophomores and freshmen were recognized as honorable mention IBCA/Subway Underclass All-State in a process organized by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association and presented by Subway Restaurants of Indiana.
Standouts James Blackmon Jr. of Marion, Trevon Bluiett of Park Tudor and Trey Lyles of Indianapolis Tech, considered by most to be the front-runners for 2014 Indiana Mr. Basketball, are among those picked to the IBCA/Subway Senior First Team.
They are joined by five seniors who along with Bluiett and Lyles will compete in the IHSAA State Finals this weekend -- McIntosh and Sellers, Jeremie Tyler of Indianapolis Tech, Tyler Wideman of Lake Central and Justin King of Bowman Academy.
Completing the Senior All-State First Team are Aaron Brennan of Guerin Catholic, Trevion Crews of Fort Wayne North, Ernie Duncan of Evansville Harrison, Jacob Johnson of Mooresville, Zach McRoberts of Carmel, Tayler Persons of Kokomo and P.J. Thompson of Brebeuf Jesuit.