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The Dirty Dozen – All-Time Flintstone Elite (The First Batch)

By: Scott Burnstein, February 13, 2016, 4:17 am

Burney’s Best Flint Boys Hoopsters of All-Time – No. 12 – No. 7

7. Charlie Bell (Flint SW) – Maybe the most underrated of all the Flintstone Family, a smart, fundamentally-sound, silent assassin at either guard spot

8. Roy Marble (Flint Beecher) – Simply the truth on the wing, a fearless slasher with a mega mean streak on the court that served him well as a high school hoop star at Beecher and then in college as an All-Big 10 forward with the Iowa Hawkeyes (1st Rd NBA Draft pick 1989)

9. Barry Stevens (Flint NW) – Smooth gunner at the 2-guard spot, picture of consistency, prolific scorer in the college ranks at Iowa State

10. (tie) Eric Turner (Flint Central) – Straight terror in the backcourt as both a prepster – runner-up for the first-ever Mr. Basketball Award in 1981 – and in college as an All-Big 10 selection at Michigan in

10. (tie) Monte Morris (Flint Beecher) – The definition of an electrifying floor general, Mr. Basketball 2013, currently killing it on the college level at Iowa State

11. Wayman Britt (Flint Northern) – Old-School lockdown defender who helped take Michigan into the 1976 NCAA National Championship Game as a senior with the Maize&Blue Cage Crew

12. Kelvin Torbert (Flint NW) – freakish athlete, Mr. Basketball in 2001, played in college at MSU for the Tom Izzo Express