Lawrence Central is led by Virginia-bound guard Kyle Guy in the 2014-2015 season. It is the first year for Al Gooden at Lawrence Central after being a long-time coach in the Fort Wayne area. LC will rely heavily on Guy and Mekhi Biffle this year.
Evansville-bound guard Harris Brown leads Indianapolis Howe once again in the 2014-2015 season. The Hornets have lost the first two games on the season and the schedule does not let up for quite sometime. Howe is in the toughest 2A sectional as well. Howe has the talent to compete in the 2014-2015 season.
Bloomington South went 15-8 last year before losing to crosstown rival Bloomington North by three points in the sectional. South returns many key pieces from last year's squad including the backcourt of Johnny Jager and Tucker Blackwell.
Pendleton Heights returns most of its contributors from last year's 16-8 team including Butler signee Sean McDermott. The Arabians have a chance to increase last season's win total behind all of the returning players.
Replacing the 36 points and 12 rebounds that Trevon Bluiett (Xavier) contributed to last year's state championship team will not be easy for Park Tudor. Head coach Kyle Cox does have many talented players on the roster this year including Bryce Moore (Western Michigan) and Dwayne Gibson (Nova Southeastern).