OTH FIRST FIVE 2022: No. 5 Luke McBride

Homestead’s Grant Leeper and Max Schiltz fight for a loose ball with Norwell’s Luke McBride during a February 25 game. (Photo by Leverage Photography)

No. 5: Luke McBride, Norwell

McBride has become one of the area’s most proven scorers by getting his baskets against anyone and everyone he comes across. Through three seasons, McBride has scored 1,319 points and done it in every way you can imagine even if he is more well known for his three point shooting prowess. McBride averaged 19.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.4 assists during his junior season. At his roots, McBride is absolute snider from deep and is one of the most feared shooters for opponents across Northeast Indiana. McBride is also a high level defender as a lead guard and has excellent vision on both ends of the court. He absolutely alters games and plays with his high levels of activity. He is a student of the game and it shows through his development as a player and, possible more important for Norwell, the advancements of his leadership.


“Luke has continued to make improvements in his overall game, and we are excited to see what he can do this year to help our team’s success!  We are looking for his leadership to go to another level this season.” – Norwell coach Mike McBride

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