Here, take a look at my computer screen. See what I see almost every week, for reasons I cannot explain. There are days when I’m visiting the IHSAA website and clicking the link for “career scoring leaders” – just to study a list of names I’ve already memorized. A new name joined the top 10 this spring when Cloverdale senior Cooper Neese launched an assault on the top scorers in state history. He passed the likes of Kyle Macy and Eric Gordon, Delray Brooks and Chris Thomas, then took aim at IU stars James Blackmon Jr. and Alan Henderson, and Butler’s Billy Shepherd. Neese finished just ahead of those three to sit seventh all time at 2,496 points, behind players – behind names – I no longer have to look up. But from time to time I still do, for reasons I cannot explain: Trevon Bluiett. Rick Mount. Brody Boyd. Deshaun Thomas. Marion Pierce. Damon Bailey.