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You must have seen them, they've been everywhere.© Al Lassen/For the Enquirer Harper Creek's TraVon Johnson (11) moves down the court against Otsego's Chris Pearl (3) in regional semifinals Monday evening.
As the calendar flipped to 2020, everyone has been doing their "Best of the Decade" lists. And we decided to get in on the fun.
For the next several weeks, the Enquirer will announce its top 10 basketball players for each of the core city schools over the past decade. And then the fun will begin. Our readers will be asked to vote for the No. 1 player of the decade for that school in both boys and girls basketball.
The rules are simple: players are chosen from teams from the 2010-11 season until this season, with the biggest emphasis on what they did in high school, but also looking at any college basketball accomplishments. Players will be listed in chronological order, with voting for No. 1 happening in our Enquirer online poll at our website.
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Next up for the boys is Harper Creek.© Enquirer Quincy Armstrong
Quincy Armstrong - Class of 2011
A standout player on some middle-of-the-road teams, Armstrong was a two-time selection to the All-City team as a playmaking guard who was often the most athletic player on the floor for either team. Armstrong led the Beavers in scoring his final two years as the 6-foot-2 guard had 14.7 points per game his final season, with a solid all-around game as he added 6.6. rebounds and 4.1 assists.© Enquirer Josh Bass
Josh Bass - Class of 2013
A big man and usually one of the only options on some below average Harper Creek teams, Bass still played big when needed as the 6-foot-5 center was a powerful force in the paint throughout his career. A two-time All-City selection, Harper Creek won five games when he was a junior and his team was under .500 his senior year until the Beavers got hot at the right time and won a district and finished 10-13 overall. Bass averaged a double-double as a senior at 18 points and 14 rebounds per game. He went on to play football in college, signing with Western Michigan University.© Broderick/The Enquirer Cadena
James Cadena - Class of 2015
Cadena was part of one of the winningest periods of basketball ever at Harper Creek as his teams won three straight district titles for the first time in school history. A three-year starter, Cadena helped Harper Creek to a state ranking his senior year as the Beavers went a school-record 21-3, winning a league crown as well. Cadena averaged 15.1 points per game his senior year on a team loaded with talent and 14 points a game his junior year, earning back-to-back selections on the All-City and all-league teams. He later signed with Siena Heights.
TraVon Johnson - Class of 2015
Coming in as a transfer student, Johnson only played 1 1/2 seasons but helped Harper Creek shoot to new heights as he helped the Beavers win a school-record 21 games as a senior. Part of two straight district championships and league titles, Johnson helped the Beavers to a state ranking his senior year as he averaged a team-high 19.7 points per game on a loaded team with three other players on this list, to go along with 5.4 assists and 2.3 steals. Johnson signed with Adrian College out of high school.
Khylen Watkins - Class of 2015
After coming to Harper Creek as a transfer student, Watkins was a key part of the Beavers' run to back-to-back regional finals. The shooting guard led Harper Creek to two district titles, highlighted by a school-record 21-3 record as a senior, having the Beavers ranked in the state much of the year. Watkins averaged 17.5 points per game, 2.4 assists in his final year with Harper Creek, earning All-City and all-league honors. Watkins signed to play at the next level at Adrian College.
Brandan Settles - Class of 2016
After waiting his turn to be a starter, Settles had a big senior season for Harper Creek as his leadership skills helped the Beavers to a 12-9 season. After getting playing time as a junior, Settles was a key all-around player for Harper Creek in 2015-16. Settles averaged 11 points per game, six rebounds and three assists and was the team Defensive MVP as he earned All-City honors and all-league consideration.
Jacory McNutt - Class of 2017
An undersized forward as a senior, McNutt played bigger than the size listed on the roster as he was a do-everything player for the Beavers in the paint in the half court and as a finisher on the break. McNutt was part of a Harper Creek team that went 15-9 overall and won a district title and finished 8-6 in the Interstate 8 Conference. McNutt averaged 10 points per game and five rebounds a contest as a 6-foot forward.
Jeremiah Davis - Class of 2017
A sharp-shooting guard that was dangerous from the 3-point line, Davis was a two-time All-City selection and honorable mention All-State pick. Davis helped Harper Creek to a 15-9 record his senior year as the Beavers won a district title as he was among the top scorers in the city at 18.9 points per game and three assists to go along with three rebounds. Davis went on to play at Grand Rapids Community College.
Dominic Gibson - Class of 2018
A condensed career at Harper Creek, Gibson was a transfer from Pennfield and helped the Beavers blossom as soon as he became eligible to play. Joining the program halfway through his junior year, Gibson helped the Beavers win 12 of its last 13 games in a 15-9 season that ended in a district title. After graduation losses, Harper Creek fell to 9-13 his senior year, but Gibson was among the top scorers in the city at 19 points per game and seven rebounds and went on to play at Kellogg Community College.© Bill Broderick/Battle Creek Enquirer Funches
Rae'Quan Funches - Class of 2020
Still adding to his high school career as a senior this year, Funches has already made an impact on the Harper Creek program during the decade. Coming in as a transfer student from Lansing, Funches was a bright spot on a Harper Creek team that struggled for wins his junior year last season. Funches was among the leading scorers in the city last year at 20 points per game with 7.1 rebounds and 2.5 assists. Halfway through his senior year, Harper Creek has already bettered its win total from a year ago.
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