The Show Selections

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By Matt Langley


Denver, CO – The selections for The Show have been made.  The Show is the high school all-start game presented by the Denver Nuggets and the Gold Crown Foundation.  The Show features a boys and girls games with the teams selected by the media.  The boys’ game will be played April 6 at 3:00 pm at the Pepsi Center.


The Show- 2013 Roster

Blue Team- Boys

Brady Baer- Akron – Baer is the state’s leading scorer regardless of classification and ranks 16th in the nation according to MaxPreps. The 6’2 junior guard is  averaging 31.6 ppg while leading the Akron Rams to an 18-6 record and the 2A regional  finals.

Roderick Bernstine- Cherokee Trail – Aurora , CO – The 6’6 senior wing scored 19 ppg game while grabbing 8.9 rpg leading his team to the Centennial League title and  scored 31 point and pulled down 10 rebounds in the quarterfinals of the 5A state tournament.  Bernstine will continue his basketball career at the University of Denver.

De’Ron Davis- Overland – Aurora, CO – Davis is a 6’9 240 lb. forward that is only a freshman. He averaged 12.4 ppg and 8.3 rpg in one of the top leagues in the state.  His size and skill have already garnered him national attention and is considered by some to be the nation’s top recruit in the class of 2016.

Eric Garcia- Grandview – Aurora , CO – The 5’11 guard, averaged 19.1 and 5.6 apg. Garcia has committed to play his college ball at Wofford.

Carlton Hurst- Aurora Central – Aurora, CO –  Hurst a 6’2 senior wing, averaged 24.3 ppg and 11.8 rpg. This marks the second year in a row that Hurst has participated in The Show. Hurst has committed to play at Colorado State Univeristy.

Kain Lucero- Pagosa Springs – Lucero is a senior and averaging 18.5 ppg and 6.1 apg. He has helped lead Pagosa Springs to the quarter-finals of the 2A state tournament.

Jeremiah Paige- Rangeview – Aurora, CO – Paige is a 6’4 junior wing that averaged 20.2 ppg  helping lead his team to the round of 16  of the 5A state tournament.

Josh Perkins- Regis Jesuit- Aurora, CO – Arguably the top junior in the state.  He averaged 25.2 ppg , 6.5, apg, 6.9 rpg.  He did it all, while lead Regis back to the state quarterfinals. Perkins’ list of college choices wanting his services includes the likes of Gonzaga, Kansas, Colorado and many others.

Lake Reed- Poudre – Fort Collins, CO – The 6’4 forward finished his senior season averaging 23 ppg and 10.3 rpg.

TreShawn Wilford- Eaglecrest – Centennial, CO – Wilford a 6’2 senior guard may have had the best play of the year in the state quarterfinal game: stripping, stealing the ball and making the lay-up to put his team in the state semifinals. He has committed to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs and is averaging 13.3 ppg and 5 rpg.

Coach  – Shawn Palmer- Rangeview


White Team- Boys


Colin Cantwell- Shining Mountain- Boulder, CO – Cantwell has led the Lions to the quarter finals of the 1A state tournament. The 6’3 senior forward is averaging 15.4 ppg and 8.1 rpg.

Dominique Collier- Denver East – Denver, CO –  The 6’2 Collier is averaging 20.1 ppg and 5.1 rpg while helping lead East to the semifinals of the 5A state. The junior is also being heavily recruited by a number of Division 1  teams including Colorado.

Chase Foster- Valor- Highlands Ranch,CO – Foster is a 6’5 wing that has helped put his team into the 4A state semifinals while averaging 20 ppg and 7.6 rpg.

DJ Hanes- Wasson- Colorado Springs,CO- Hanes has led Wasson into the 4A state semifinals . Hanes a 6’1 senior guard has averaged 23.5 ppg and 6.2 rpg in an emotional year that has included an undefeated league title and the decision to close Wasson.

Tyre Robinson- Denver East – Denver, CO – Robinson could be the most athletic forward in the state.  The 6’6 junior is the defensive presence in the middle for the semifinalist Angels. He is averaging 9.5 ppg, 4.5 rbs, and 2.7 bpg.

Jordan Scott- Lewis Palmer – Monument,CO –  Scott a  6’6 senior wing has helped his team reach the 4A state semifinals while averaging 18.2 ppg and 9.8 rpg.

Justin Smith- Lewis Palmer – Monument, CO- Smith is Scott’s teammate and another big reason for the Rangers success The 6’6  Idaho State signee is averaging 14.4 ppg and 7.3 rpg.

Jonathan Snow- Columbine – Littleton, CO-  Snow a senior 6’7 forward averaged 19 ppg and 10.5 rpg while leading the Rebels to a 18-6 record.

Luke Stratman- D’Evelyn – Denver, CO – Stratman has signed to play baseball in college before the start of the season. However, that did not stop him from being the second highest scorer in the state regardless of classification and 44th nationally according to MaxPreps. The 6’0 senior helped lead his team to the quarterfinals of the 4A state tournament.

Brent Wrapp- Fairview – Boulder, CO – The Knights 6’3 senior guard averaged 16.9 ppg, 9.1 rpg, and 6.8 apg. He is one of very few guards across the state to have that kind of stat line. Wrapp led the Knights to the Front Range league title, a 22-4 record  and the quarterfinals of the 5A state tournament.


Coach – Damion Copeland- Wasson