USA Today All-USA high school basketball team

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Each year, USA Today, an American newspaper, awards outstanding high school basketball players with a place on its male and female All-USA high school basketball teams. The newspaper names athletes whom it believes to be the best basketball players from high schools around the United States. In addition, one member of each team is named, respectively, the male or female USA Today High School Basketball Player of the Year. The newspaper names two teams, one for male athletes and one for female athletes. The newspaper has named a team every year since 1983. Each year, the newspaper also selects a USA Today High School Boys' Basketball Coach of the Year and a USA Today High School Girls' Basketball Coach of the Year.[1][2][3][4]

Boys' basketball players and coaches of the year[edit]

See footnotes[1][3]
Year Player School Hometown College NBA draft
1982–1983 Reggie Williams Dunbar High School Baltimore Georgetown 1st Round – 4th Pick of 1987 (Clippers)
1983–1984 Delray Brooks Rogers High School Michigan City, Indiana Indiana/Providence Undrafted in the 1988 NBA draft
1984–1985 Danny Ferry DeMatha Catholic High School Hyattsville, Maryland Duke 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 1989 (Clippers)
1985–1986 J. R. Reid Kempsville High School Virginia Beach, Virginia North Carolina 1st Round – 5th Pick of 1989 (Hornets)
1986–1987 Marcus Liberty King High School Chicago Illinois 2nd Round – 42nd Pick of 1990 (Nuggets)
1987–1988 Alonzo Mourning Indian River High School Chesapeake, Virginia Georgetown 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 1992 (Hornets)
1988–1989 Kenny Anderson Archbishop Molloy High School Queens, New York Georgia Tech 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 1991 (Nets)
1989–1990 Damon Bailey Bedford North Lawrence High School Bedford, Indiana Indiana 2nd Round – 44th Pick of 1992 (Pacers)
1990–1991 Chris Webber Detroit Country Day School Beverly Hills, Michigan Michigan 1st Round – 1st Pick of 1993 (Magic)
1991–1992 Jason Kidd St. Joseph Notre Dame High School Alameda, California California 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 1994 (Mavs)
1992–1993 Rasheed Wallace Simon Gratz High School Philadelphia North Carolina 1st Round – 4th Pick of 1995 (Bullets)
1993–1994 Felipe López Rice High School New York St. John's 1st Round – 24th Pick of 1998 (Spurs)
1994–1995 Kevin Garnett Farragut Career Academy Chicago Direct to NBA 1st Round – 5th Pick of 1995 (Timberwolves)
1995–1996 Kobe Bryant Lower Merion High School Lower Merion, Pennsylvania Direct to NBA 1st Round – 13th Pick of 1996 (Hornets)
1996–1997 Tracy McGrady Mount Zion Christian Academy Durham, North Carolina Direct to NBA 1st Round – 9th Pick of 1997 (Raptors)
1997–1998 Al Harrington St. Patrick High School Elizabeth, New Jersey Direct to NBA 1st Round – 25th Pick of 1998 (Pacers)
1998–1999 Donnell Harvey Randolph Clay High School Cuthbert, Georgia Florida 1st Round – 22nd Pick of 2000 (Knicks)
1999–2000 Gerald Wallace Childersburg High School Childersburg, Alabama Alabama 1st Round – 25th Pick of 2001 (Kings)
2000–2001 Dajuan Wagner Camden High School Camden, New Jersey Memphis 1st Round – 6th Pick of 2002 (Cavs)
2001–2002 LeBron James St. Vincent – St. Mary High School Akron, Ohio Direct to NBA 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2003 (Cavs)
2002–2003 LeBron James St. Vincent – St. Mary High School Akron, Ohio Direct to NBA 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2003 (Cavs)
2003–2004 Dwight Howard Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy Atlanta Direct to NBA 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2004 (Magic)
2004–2005 Greg Oden Lawrence North High School Indianapolis Ohio State 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2007 (Blazers)
2005–2006 Greg Oden Lawrence North High School Indianapolis Ohio State 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2007 (Blazers)
2006–2007 Kevin Love Lake Oswego High School Lake Oswego, Oregon UCLA 1st Round – 5th Pick of 2008 (Grizzlies)
2007–2008 Samardo Samuels Saint Benedict's Preparatory School (Newark, New Jersey) Trelawny Parish, Jamaica Louisville Undrafted in the 2010 NBA draft
2008–2009 Derrick Favors South Atlanta High School Atlanta Georgia Tech 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 2010 (Nets)
2009–2010 Harrison Barnes Ames High School Ames, Iowa North Carolina 1st Round – 7th Pick of 2012 (Warriors)
2010–2011 Austin Rivers Winter Park High School Winter Park, Florida Duke 1st Round – 10th Pick of 2012 (Hornets)
2011–2012 Nerlens Noel Tilton School (Tilton, New Hampshire) Everett, Massachusetts Kentucky 1st Round – 6th Pick of 2013 (Pelicans)
2012–2013 Andrew Wiggins Vaughan (Vaughan, Ontario)
Huntington Prep
(Huntington, West Virginia)
Toronto Kansas 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2014 (Cavaliers; traded to Timberwolves)
2013–2014 Jahlil Okafor Whitney Young (Chicago) Chicago Duke 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 2015 (76ers)
2014–2015 Ben Simmons Montverde Academy (Montverde, Florida) Melbourne LSU 1st Round - 1st Pick of 2016 (76ers)
2015–2016 Lonzo Ball Chino Hills High School Chino Hills, California UCLA 1st Round - 2nd Pick of 2017 (Lakers)
2016–2017 Michael Porter Jr. Nathan Hale High School Columbia, Missouri Missouri TBD

Boys' Basketball Coach of the Year[edit]

Year Coach School Hometown
1982–1983 Bob Wade Dunbar High School Baltimore
1983–1984 Morgan Wootten DeMatha Catholic High School Hyattsville, Maryland
1984–1985 John Wood Spingarn High School Washington, D.C.
1985–1986 Stu Vetter Flint Hill Prep Oakton, Virginia
1986–1987 Bill Green Marion High School Marion, Indiana
1987–1988 John Sarandrea St. Nicholas of Tolentine Bronx, New York
1988–1989 Bob Hurley St. Anthony High School Jersey City, New Jersey
1989–1990 Landon Cox King High School Chicago
1990–1991 Perry Watson Southwestern High School Detroit
1991–1992 Pete Pompey Dunbar High School Baltimore
1992–1993 Bill Ellerbee Simon Gratz High School Philadelphia
1993–1994 Steve Smith Oak Hill Academy Mouth of Wilson, Virginia
1994–1995 Bernard Griffith St. Augustine High School New Orleans
1995–1996 Bob Hurley St. Anthony High School Jersey City, New Jersey
1996–1997 Wayne McClain Manual High School Peoria, Illinois
1997–1998 Stu Vetter Saint John's Catholic Prep Frederick, Maryland
1998–1999 Steve Smith Oak Hill Academy Mouth of Wilson, Virginia
1999–2000 Russell Otis Dominguez High School Compton, California
2000–2001 Ronnie Courtney Willowridge High School Sugar Land, Texas
2001–2002 Leonard Bishop Lincoln High School Dallas
2002–2003 Dru Joyce II St. Vincent – St. Mary High School Akron, Ohio
2003–2004 Steve Smith Oak Hill Academy Mouth of Wilson, Virginia
2004–2005 Dan Bazzani Niagara Falls High School Niagara Falls, New York
2005–2006 Jack Keefer Lawrence North High School Indianapolis
2006–2007 Kevin Boyle St. Patrick High School Elizabeth, New Jersey
2007–2008 Bob Hurley St. Anthony High School Jersey City, New Jersey
2008–2009 J.R. Holmes Bloomington South High School Bloomington, Indiana
2009–2010 Vance Downs Ames High School Ames, Iowa
2010–2011 Bob Hurley St. Anthony High School Jersey City, New Jersey
2011–2012 Steve Smith Oak Hill Academy Mouth of Wilson, Virginia

Girls' Basketball Players and Coaches of the Year[edit]

See footnotes[2][4]
Year Player School Hometown College WNBA draft
1982–1983 Tina Hutchinson East St. Louis Senior High School East St. Louis, Illinois San Diego State Did not play in WNBA
1983–1984 Chana Perry Brookhaven High School Brookhaven, Mississippi NE Louisiana/San Diego State Did not play in WNBA
1984–1985 Nora Lewis Richwoods High School Peoria, Illinois Louisiana Tech Did not play in WNBA
1985–1986 Beth Hunt Socastee High School Socastee, South Carolina Maryland/South Carolina Did not play in WNBA
1986–1987 Teri Mann Point Loma High School San Diego Western Kentucky/Liberty Did not play in WNBA
1987–1988 Dawn Staley Dobbins Tech High School Philadelphia Virginia 1st Round – 9th Pick of 1999 (Sting)
1988–1989 Lisa Harrison Southern High School Louisville, Kentucky Tennessee 3rd Round – 34th Pick of 1999 (Mercury)
1989–1990 Lisa Leslie Morningside High School Inglewood, California USC 7th Pick of the 1997 Initial Player Allocation Draft (Sparks)
1990–1991 Tiffany Woosley Central High School Shelbyville, Tennessee Tennessee Undrafted in the 1997 WNBA Draft
1991–1992 Yolanda Watkins Decatur High School Decatur, Alabama Alabama Did not play in WNBA
1992–1993 La'Keshia Frett Phoebus High School Hampton, Virginia Georgia 4th Round – 40th Pick of 1999 (Sparks)
1993–1994 Nykesha Sales Bloomfield High School Bloomfield, Connecticut Connecticut 2nd Pick of 1999 Expansion Players Allocation Draft (Miracle)
1994–1995 Stephanie White Seeger High School West Lebanon, Indiana Purdue 2nd Round – 21st Pick of 1999 (Sting)
1995–1996 Shea Ralph Terry Sanford High School Fayetteville, North Carolina Connecticut 3rd Round – 40th Pick of 2000 (Starzz)
1996–1997 Semeka Randall Trinity High School Garfield Heights, Ohio Tennessee 2nd Round – 17th Pick of 2001 (Storm)
1997–1998 Tamika Williams Chaminade-Julienne High School Dayton, Ohio Connecticut 1st Round – 6th Pick of 2002 (Lynx)
1998–1999 Nina Smith Waterloo West High School Waterloo, Iowa Wisconsin/Holy Family Did not play in WNBA
1999–2000 Shereka Wright Copperas Cove High School Copperas Cove, Texas Purdue 1st Round – 13th Pick of 2004 (Shock)
2000–2001 Shyra Ely Ben Davis High School Indianapolis Tennessee 2nd Round – 14th Pick of 2005 (Silver Stars)
2001–2002 Ann Strother Highlands Ranch High School Highlands Ranch, Colorado Connecticut 2nd Round – 15th Pick of 2006 (Comets)
2002–2003 Candace Parker Central High School Naperville, Illinois Tennessee 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2008 (Sparks)
2003–2004 Candace Parker Central High School Naperville, Illinois Tennessee 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2008 (Sparks)
2004–2005 Courtney Paris Millennium High School Piedmont, California Oklahoma 1st Round – 7th Pick of 2009 (Monarchs)
2005–2006 Tina Charles Christ The King Regional High School Queens, New York Connecticut 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2010 (Sun)
2006–2007 Maya Moore Collins Hill High School Suwanee, Georgia Connecticut 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2011 (Lynx)
2007–2008 Elena Delle Donne Ursuline Academy Wilmington, Delaware Connecticut/Delaware 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 2013 (Sky)
2008–2009 Brittney Griner Nimitz High School Houston, Texas Baylor 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2013 (Mercury)
2009–2010 Chiney Ogwumike Cy-Fair High School Cypress, Texas Stanford 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2014 (Sun)
2010–2011 Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis Mater Dei High School Santa Ana, California Connecticut 1st round – 3rd pick in 2015 (Storm)
2011–2012 Breanna Stewart Cicero – North Syracuse High School Syracuse, New York Connecticut 1st round – 1st pick in 2016 (Storm)
2012–2013 Diamond Deshields Norcross High School Norcross, Georgia North Carolina/Tennessee Automatically eligible for the 2018 draft

Girls' Basketball Coach of the Year[edit]

Year Coach School Hometown
1982–1983 Gus Grason Towson Catholic High School Towson, Maryland
1983–1984 Tommy Aldridge Longview High School Longview, Texas
1984–1985 Mary Kay Hungate Richwoods High School Peoria, Illinois
1985–1986 Jim Holwerda Brookings High School Brookings, South Dakota
1986–1987 Reggie Carney Harold G. Hoffman High School South Amboy, New Jersey
1987–1988 Art Taneyhill Altoona High School Altoona, Pennsylvania
1988–1989 Rick Insell Central High School Shelbyville, Tennessee
1989–1990 Sandra Meadows Duncanville High School Duncanville, Texas
1990–1991 Rick Insell Central High School Shelbyville, Tennessee
1991–1992 Wendell Yoshida Palos Verdes Peninsula High School Palos Verdes, California
1992–1993 Vincent Cannizzaro Christ The King Regional High School Queens, New York
1993–1994 John Hattrup Brea Olinda High School Brea, California
1994–1995 Brad Smith Oregon City High School Oregon City, Oregon
1995–1996 Brad Smith Oregon City High School Oregon City, Oregon
1996–1997 Brad Smith Oregon City High School Oregon City, Oregon
1997–1998 Vincent Cannizzaro Christ The King Regional High School Queens, New York
1998–1999 Dave Buthcher Pickerington High School Pickerington, Ohio
1999–2000 James Anderson Narbonne High School Harbor City, California
2000–2001 James Anderson Narbonne High School Harbor City, California
2001–2002 Al Austin Ribault High School Jacksonville, Florida
2002–2003 Joe Lombard Canyon High School Canyon, Texas
2003–2004 Ed Grezinsky Murry Bergtraum High School New York
2004–2005 Bob Mackey Christ The King Regional High School Queens, New York
2005–2006 Bob Mackey Christ The King Regional High School Queens, New York
2006–2007 Tracey Tipton Collins Hill High School Suwanee, Georgia
2007–2008 Brian Harrigan Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep San Francisco, California
2008–2009 Stan Benge Ben Davis High School Indianapolis
2009–2010 Kevin Kiernan Mater Dei High School Santa Ana, California
2010–2011 Anthony Smith Bolingbrook High School Bolingbrook, Illinois

Teams[edit]

Notes
  • Bold denotes Boys' Players of the Year, respectively, and denotes high school juniors.
  • The "Hometown" column should contain the player's actual hometown, which is not always the location of the player's high school.

1983 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Bob Wade (Dunbar High School, Baltimore)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA Draft
Reggie Williams 6-7 Dunbar High School Baltimore Georgetown 1st Round – 4th Pick of 1987 Draft (Clippers)
Dwayne Washington 6-2 Boys and Girls High School Brooklyn, New York Syracuse 1st Round – 13th Pick of 1986 Draft (Nets)
Dave Popson 6-10 Bishop O'Reilly High School Kingston, Pennsylvania North Carolina 4th Round – 88th Pick of 1987 Draft (Pistons)
James Blackmon 6-3 Marion High School Marion, Indiana Kentucky 5th Round – 94th Pick of 1987 Draft (Nets)
Antoine Joubert 6-5 Southwestern High School Detroit Michigan 6th Round – 135th Pick of 1987 Draft (Pistons)

1984 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Morgan Wooten (DeMatha Catholic High School, Hyattsville, Maryland)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Delray Brooks 6-4 Rogers High School Michigan City, Indiana Indiana / Providence Undrafted in 1988 NBA draft
John Williams 6-8 Crenshaw High School Los Angeles LSU 1st Round – 12th Pick of 1986 Draft (Bullets)
Danny Manning 6-11 Lawrence High School Lawrence, Kansas Kansas 1st Round – 1st Pick of 1988 Draft (Clippers)
Kevin Walls 6-2 Camden High School Camden, New Jersey Louisville/Guilford Undrafted in 1988 NBA draft
Chris Washburn 6-11 Hickory High School Hickory, North Carolina North Carolina State 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 1986 Draft (Warriors)

1985 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: John Wood (Spingarn High School, Washington, D.C.)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA Draft
Danny Ferry 6-10 DeMatha Catholic High School Hyattsville, Maryland Duke 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 1989 Draft (Clippers)
Tito Horford 7-1 Marian Christian High School Houston, Texas LSU / Miami (FL) 2nd Round – 39th Pick of 1988 Draft (Bucks)
Tony Kimbro 6-8 Seneca High School Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Undrafted in 1989 NBA draft
Jeff Lebo 6-3 Carlisle High School Carlisle, Pennsylvania North Carolina Undrafted in 1989 NBA draft
Kevin Madden 6-6 Robert E. Lee High School Staunton, Virginia North Carolina Undrafted in 1990 NBA draft

1986 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Stu Vetter (Flint Hill Prep, Oakton, Virginia)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
J.R. Reid 6-10 Kempsville High School Virginia Beach, Virginia North Carolina 1st Round – 5th Pick of 1989 Draft (Hornets)
Rex Chapman 6-5 Apollo High School Owensboro, Kentucky Kentucky 1st Round – 8th Pick of 1988 Draft (Hornets)
Terry Mills 6-10 Romulus High School Romulus, Michigan Michigan 1st Round – 16th Pick of 1990 Draft (Bucks)
Rumeal Robinson 6-2 Rindge and Latin High School Cambridge, Massachusetts Michigan 1st Round – 10th Pick of 1990 Draft (Hawks)
Scott Williams 6-10 Wilson High School Los Angeles North Carolina Undrafted in 1990 NBA draft

1987 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Stu Vetter (Flint Hill Prep, Oakton, Virginia)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Marcus Liberty 6-7 King High School Chicago Illinois 2nd Round – 42nd Pick of 1990 Draft (Nuggets)
Eric Manuel 6-6 Southwest High School Macon, Georgia Kentucky / Oklahoma City Undrafted in 1992 NBA draft
Rodney Monroe 6-3 St. Maria Goretti High School Hagerstown, Maryland North Carolina State 2nd Round – 30th Pick of 1991 Draft (Hawks)
Dennis Scott 6-7 Flint Hill Prep Hagerstown, Maryland Georgia Tech 1st Round – 4th Pick of 1990 Draft (Magic)
LaBradford Smith 6-4 Bay City High School Bay City, Texas Louisville 1st Round – 19th Pick of 1991 Draft (Bullets)

1988 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: John Sarandrea (St. Nicholas of Tolentine, Bronx, New York)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Alonzo Mourning 6-10 Indian River High School Chesapeake, Virginia Georgetown 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 1992 Draft (Hornets)
Chris Jackson 6-0 Gulfport High School Gulfport, Mississippi LSU 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 1990 Draft (Nuggets)
Chris Mills 6-7 Fairfax High School Los Angeles Kentucky / Arizona 1st Round – 22nd Pick of 1993 Draft (Cavs)
Billy Owens 6-9 Carlisle High School Carlisle, Pennsylvania Syracuse 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 1991 Draft (Kings)
Kenny Williams 6-10 Fork Union Military Academy Elizabeth City, North Carolina Barton CC / Elizabeth City State 2nd Round – 46th Pick of 1990 Draft (Pacers)
  • Chris Jackson changed his name to Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf in 1993, two years after his conversion to Islam.

1989 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Kenny Anderson, Doug Edwards, Allan Houston, Bobby Hurley, Jim Jackson[5] David Johnson

1990 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Damon Bailey, Shawn Bradley, Jamie Brandon, Eric Montross, Ed O'Bannon[5]

1991 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Alan Henderson, Juwan Howard, Glenn Robinson, David Vaughn, Chris Webber[6]

1992 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Donta Bright, Othella Harrington, Jason Kidd, Jamya Jones, Corliss Williamson, Bryan Adams,[6]

1993 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Randy Livingston, Jerry Stackhouse, Jacque Vaughn, Rasheed Wallace, Dontonio Wingfield[6] Ross Miller Randolph High School San Antonio, Texas. 6'7 215lbs USA Today All-State Texas Player of the Year. Averaged 21.3 points per game. 11.3 rebounds per game. 6.8 blocks per game. Led team to Texas state semifinals and 22-6 record. San Jose Mercury News Staff Writer John Akers Writer Ross Miller, the Texas basketball player of the year according to USA Today, has signed with San Jose State and is on campus,eligible to play this season. Miller, 6-foot-8 forward, led Randolph High of Universal City, Texas, last season with 21.3 points, 11.8 rebounds and 6.8 blocks per game. He was an all-state player among Texas' Division 2A. "Something good really happened to us", Coach Stan Morrison said. Miller fell through the recruiting cracks, according to SJS assistant coach Stan Stewart, because of injuries during his junior and senior seasons. He underwent ankle surgery after his junior season, preventing summer camps, and injured cartilage in a knee last season during the semifinal game of the Texas state tournament. Miller didn't play in the championship game, leading some college scouts to believe the injury was serious. The knee required only arthroscopic surgery, but by then most schools had committed all their scholarships. NCAA rules have reduced scholarship limits from 15 to 13 for all its nearly 300 Division I schools. SJS had two scholarships available because freshman recruits Darrnaryl Stamps and Terence Wilborn failed to meet minimum NCAA academic requirements. Pete Miller, Ross' uncle, was a guard at SJS during the 1973–74 and 74-75 seasons.

1994 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Jelani Gardner, Raef LaFrentz, Felipe López, Ricky Price, Michael Edmonson

1995 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Vince Carter, Kevin Garnett, Stephon Marbury, Ron Mercer[6]

1996 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Mike Bibby, Kobe Bryant, Ronnie Fields, Winfred Walton, Tim Thomas[6]

1997 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Chris Burgess, Baron Davis, Mark Karcher, Tracy McGrady, Lamar Odom[6]

1998 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Al Harrington, Rashard Lewis, Quentin Richardson, Stromile Swift, Markiese Merceir[6]

1999 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: LaVell Blanchard, Donnell Harvey, Jay Williams, Joseph Forte, DerMarr Johnson.
2nd team: Keith Bogans, Jason Kapono, Brett Nelson, Jason Richardson, Leon Smith
3rd team: Carlos Boozer, Casey Jacobsen, Casey Sanders, Kenny Satterfield, Damien Wilkins[7]

2000 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Eddie Griffin, Darius Miles, Zach Randolph, Marcus Taylor, Gerald Wallace[8]

2001 Boys' team[edit]

1st team: Kwame Brown, Eddy Curry, LeBron James, Kelvin Torbert, Dajuan Wagner[8]

2002 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Leonard Bishop (Lincoln High School, Dallas)[9]

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
LeBron James 6-8 St. Vincent – St. Mary High School Akron, Ohio Declared for NBA draft 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2003 Draft (Cavaliers)
Carmelo Anthony 6-7 Oak Hill Academy Baltimore Syracuse 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 2003 Draft (Nuggets)
Amar'e Stoudemire 6-10 Cypress Creek High School Orlando, Florida Declared for NBA draft 1st Round – 9th Pick of 2002 Draft (Suns)
Raymond Felton 6-2 Latta High School Latta, South Carolina North Carolina 1st Round – 5th Pick of 2005 Draft (Bobcats)
Hassan Adams 6-4 Westchester High School Los Angeles Arizona 2nd Round – 54th Pick of 2006 Draft (Nets)
Second Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Chris Bosh 6-10 Lincoln High School Dallas Georgia Tech 1st Round – 4th Pick of 2003 Draft (Raptors)
Paul Davis 6-11 Rochester High School Rochester Hills, Michigan Michigan State 2nd Round – 34th Pick of 2006 Draft (Clippers)
Jason Fraser 6-9 Amityville High School Amityville, New York Villanova Undrafted in 2006
Elijah Ingram 6-1 St. Anthony High School Jersey City, New Jersey St. John's Undrafted in 2006
J.J. Redick 6-4 Cave Spring High School Roanoke, Virginia Duke 1st Round – 11th Pick of 2006 Draft (Magic)
Third Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
DeAngelo Collins 6-10 Inglewood High School Inglewood, California Declared for NBA draft Declared for 2002 NBA draft but was not Drafted
Travis Garrison 6-9 DeMatha Catholic High School Hyattsville, Maryland Maryland Undrafted in 2006
Kendrick Perkins 6-11 Clifton J. Ozen High School Beaumont, Texas Declared for NBA draft 1st Round – 27th Pick of 2003 Draft (Grizzlies)
Anthony Roberson 6-3 Saginaw High School Saginaw, Michigan Florida Undrafted in 2005 NBA draft
Sebastian Telfair 5-11 Abraham Lincoln High School Brooklyn, New York Declared for NBA draft 1st Round – 13th Pick of 2004 Draft (Trail Blazers)

2003 Boys' team[edit]

1st team
LeBron James, Brian Butch, Kevin Richardson, Ndudi Ebi, Mustafa Shakur[10]
Coach of the Year
Dru Joyce II[10]

2004 Boys' team[edit]

1st team
Dwight Howard, Sebastian Telfair, Josh Smith, Shaun Livingston, Al Jefferson[11]
Coach of the Year
Steve Smith[11]

2005 Boys' team[edit]

1st team
Greg Oden, O. J. Mayo, Monta Ellis, Louis Williams, Josh McRoberts[12]
Coach of the Year
Dan Bazzani[12]

2006 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Jack Keefer (Lawrence North High School, Indianapolis)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Greg Oden 7-0 Lawrence North High School Indianapolis Ohio State 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2007 Draft (Blazers)
O. J. Mayo 6-5 North College Hill High School Cincinnati USC 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 2008 Draft (Timberwolves)
Kevin Durant 6-10 Montrose Christian School Rockville, Maryland Texas 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 2007 Draft (Sonics)
Tywon Lawson 6-0 Oak Hill Academy Clinton, Maryland North Carolina 1st Round – 18th Pick of 2009 Draft (Timberwolves)
Spencer Hawes 7-0 Seattle Prep Seattle Washington 1st Round – 10th Pick of 2007 Draft (Kings)
Second Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Wayne Ellington 6-5 Episcopal Academy Merion, Pennsylvania North Carolina 1st Round – 28th Pick of 2009 Draft (Timberwolves)
Brandan Wright 6-9 Brentwood Academy Nashville, Tennessee North Carolina 1st Round – 8th Pick of 2007 Draft (Bobcats)
Thaddeus Young 6-8 Mitchell High School Memphis, Tennessee Georgia Tech 1st Round – 12th Pick of 2007 Draft (76ers)
Sherron Collins 5-11 Crane Tech Prep Chicago Kansas Undrafted in the 2010 NBA draft
Paul Harris 6-4 Niagara Falls High School Niagara Falls, New York Syracuse Undrafted in the 2009 NBA draft
Third Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Michael Beasley 6-9 Oak Hill Academy Washington, D.C. Kansas State 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 2008 Draft (Heat)
Chase Budinger 6-7 La Costa Canyon High School San Diego Arizona 2nd Round – 44th Pick of 2009 Draft (Pistons)
Darrell Arthur 6-9 South Oak Cliff High School Dallas Kansas 1st Round – 27th Pick of 2008 Draft (Hornets)
Damion James 6-8 Nacogdoches High School Nacogdoches, Texas Texas 1st Round – 24th Pick of 2010 Draft (Hawks)
Kevin Love 6-10 Lake Oswego High School Lake Oswego, Oregon UCLA 1st Round – 5th Pick of 2008 Draft (Grizzlies)

2007 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Kevin Boyle (St. Patrick High School, Elizabeth, New Jersey)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Kevin Love 6-10 Lake Oswego High School Lake Oswego, Oregon UCLA 1st Round – 5th Pick of 2008 Draft (Grizzlies)
O. J. Mayo 6-5 Huntington High School Huntington, West Virginia USC 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 2008 Draft (Timberwolves)
Eric Gordon 6-4 North Central High School Indianapolis Indiana 1st Round – 7th Pick of 2008 Draft (Clippers)
Kyle Singler 6-9 South Medford High School Medford, Oregon Duke 2nd Round – 33rd Pick of 2011 Draft (Pistons)
Derrick Rose 6-3 Simeon Career Academy Chicago Memphis 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2008 Draft (Bulls)
Second Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Michael Beasley 6-9 Notre Dame Prep Washington, D.C. Kansas State 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 2008 Draft (Heat)
Donte Greene 6-10 Towson Catholic High School Towson, Maryland Syracuse 1st Round – 28th Pick of 2008 Draft (Grizzlies)
Patrick Patterson 6-8 Huntington High School Huntington, West Virginia Kentucky 1st Round – 14th Pick of 2010 Draft (Rockets)
Jerryd Bayless 6-3 St. Mary's High School Phoenix, Arizona Arizona 1st Round – 11th Pick of 2008 Draft (Pacers)
Kosta Koufos 7-0 GlenOak High School Canton, Ohio Ohio State 1st Round – 23rd Pick of 2008 Draft (Jazz)
Third Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Anthony Randolph 6-10 Woodrow Wilson High School Dallas LSU 1st Round – 14th Pick of 2008 Draft (Warriors)
Nolan Smith 6-3 Oak Hill Academy Washington, D.C. Duke 1st Round – 21st Pick of 2011 Draft (Blazers)
Corey Fisher 6-0 St. Patrick High School Elizabeth, New Jersey Villanova Undrafted in the 2011 NBA draft
Nick Calathes 6-4 Lake Howell High School Winter Park, Florida Florida 2nd Round – 45th Pick of 2009 Draft (Timberwolves)
Austin Freeman 6-4 DeMatha Catholic High School Hyattsville, Maryland Georgetown Undrafted in the 2011 NBA draft

2008 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Bob Hurley (St. Anthony High School, Jersey City, New Jersey)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Samardo Samuels 6-9 St. Benedict's Prep Trelawny Parish, Jamaica Louisville Undrafted in the 2010 NBA draft
Jrue Holiday 6-4 Campbell Hall School North Hollywood, California UCLA 1st Round – 17th Pick of 2009 Draft (76ers)
Brandon Jennings 6-2 Oak Hill Academy Compton, California Did Not Attend College * 1st Round – 10th Pick of 2009 Draft (Bucks)
B.J. Mullens 7-1 Canal Winchester High School Canal Winchester, Ohio Ohio State 1st Round – 24th Pick of 2009 Draft (Mavs)
Lance Stephenson 6-6 Lincoln High School Brooklyn, New York Cincinnati 2nd Round – 40th Pick of 2010 Draft (Pacers)
Second Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Al-Farouq Aminu 6-9 Norcross High School Norcross, Georgia Wake Forest 1st Round – 8th Pick of 2010 Draft (Clippers)
Tyreke Evans 6-6 American Christian School Aston, Pennsylvania Memphis 1st Round – 5th Pick of 2009 Draft (Kings)
Renardo Sidney 6-9 Fairfax High School Los Angeles Mississippi State Undrafted in 2012
DeMar DeRozan 6-6 Compton High School Compton, California USC 1st Round – 9th Pick of 2009 Draft (Raptors)
Mike Rosario 6-2 St. Anthony High School Jersey City, New Jersey Rutgers/Florida Undrafted in 2013
Third Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Scotty Hopson 6-5 University Heights Academy Hopkinsville, Kentucky Tennessee Undrafted in 2011
Greg Monroe 6-10 Helen Cox High School Harvey, Louisiana Georgetown 1st Round – 7th Pick of 2009 Draft (Pistons)
Willie Warren 6-4 North Crawley High School Fort Worth, Texas Oklahoma 2nd Round – 54th Pick of 2010 Draft (Clippers)
Michael Dunigan 6-10 Farragut Career Academy Chicago Oregon Undrafted in 2011
Tyler Zeller 6-10 Washington High School Washington, Indiana North Carolina 1st Round – 17th Pick of 2012 Draft (Mavericks)

2009 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: J.R. Holmes (Bloomington South High School, Bloomington, Indiana)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Derrick Favors 6-9 South Atlanta High School Atlanta Georgia Tech 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 2010 Draft (Nets)
Avery Bradley 6-3 Findlay College Prep Tacoma, Washington Texas 1st Round – 19th Pick of 2010 Draft (Celtics)
DeMarcus Cousins 6-10 LeFlore High School Mobile, Alabama Kentucky 1st Round – 5th Pick of 2010 Draft (Kings)
Renardo Sidney 6-9 Fairfax High School Los Angeles Mississippi State Undrafted in 2012
John Wall 6-3 Word of God Christian Academy Raleigh, North Carolina Kentucky 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2010 Draft (Wizards)
Second Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Lance Stephenson 6-6 Lincoln High School Brooklyn, New York Cincinnati 2nd Round – 40th Pick of 2010 Draft (Pacers)
Xavier Henry 6-6 Putnam City High School Oklahoma City Kansas 1st Round – 12th Pick of 2010 Draft (Grizzlies)
John Henson 6-10 Sickles High School Tampa, Florida North Carolina 1st Round – 14th Pick of 2012 Draft (Bucks)
Mouphtaou Yarou 6-9 Montrose Christian School Natitingou, Benin Villanova Undrafted in 2013
Keith Gallon 6-9 Oak Hill Academy Vallejo, California Oklahoma 2nd Round – 47th Pick of 2010 Draft (Bucks)
Third Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Peyton Siva 6-0 Franklin High School Seattle Louisville 2nd Round – 56th Pick of 2013 Draft (Pistons)
Brandon Knight 6-3 Pine Crest School Fort Lauderdale, Florida Kentucky 1st Round – 8th Pick of 2011 Draft (Pistons)
Kawhi Leonard 6-7 King High School Riverside, California San Diego State 1st Round – 15th Pick of 2011 Draft (Pacers)
Ryan Kelly 6-10 Ravenscroft School Raleigh, North Carolina Duke 2nd Round – 48th Pick of 2013 Draft (Lakers)
Daniel Orton 6-10 Bishop McGuinness High School Oklahoma City Kentucky 1st Round – 29th Pick of 2010 Draft (Magic)

2010 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Vance Downs (Ames High School, Ames, Iowa)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Harrison Barnes 6-8 Ames High School Ames, Iowa North Carolina 1st Round – 7th Pick of 2012 Draft (Warriors)
Jared Sullinger 6-9 Northland High School Columbus, Ohio Ohio State 1st Round – 21st Pick of 2012 Draft (Celtics)
Kyrie Irving 6-3 St. Patrick High School Elizabeth, New Jersey Duke 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2011 Draft (Cavs)
Brandon Knight 6-4 Pine Crest School Fort Lauderdale, Florida Kentucky 1st Round – 8th Pick of 2011 Draft (Pistons)
Tobias Harris 6-8 Half Hollow Hills West High School Dix Hills, New York Tennessee 1st Round – 19th Pick of 2011 Draft (Bobcats)
Second Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Josh Selby 6-3 Lake Clifton High School Baltimore Kansas 2nd Round – 49th Pick of 2011 Draft (Grizzlies)
Cory Joseph 6-9 Findlay College Prep Pickering, ON, Canada Texas 1st Round – 29th Pick of 2011 Draft (Spurs)
Michael Gilchrist 6-7 St. Patrick High School Elizabeth, New Jersey Kentucky 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 2012 Draft (Bobcats)
Doron Lamb 6-4 Oak Hill Academy Queens, New York Kentucky 2nd Round – 42nd Pick of 2012 Draft (Bucks)
Terrence Jones 6-9 Jefferson High School Portland, Oregon Kentucky 1st Round – 18th Pick of 2012 Draft (Rockets)
Third Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Austin Rivers 6-4 Winter Park High School Winter Park, Florida Duke 1st Round – 10th Pick of 2012 Draft (Hornets)
Josh Smith 6-10 Kentwood High School Kent, Washington UCLA/Georgetown Undrafted in 2015
Deshaun Thomas 6-7 Bishop Luers High School Fort Wayne, Indiana Ohio State 2nd Round – 58th Pick of 2013 Draft (Spurs)
Kendall Marshall 6-4 Bishop O'Connell High School Arlington, Virginia North Carolina 1st Round – 13th Pick of 2012 Draft (Suns)
James Bell 6-5 Montverde Academy Orlando, Florida Villanova Undrafted in 2014

2011 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Bob Hurley (St. Anthony High School, Jersey City, New Jersey)

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Austin Rivers 6-4 Winter Park High School Winter Park, Florida Duke 1st Round – 10th Pick of 2012 Draft (Hornets)
Michael Gilchrist 6-7 St. Patrick High School Elizabeth, New Jersey Kentucky 1st Round – 2nd Pick of 2012 Draft (Bobcats)
Anthony Davis 6-9 Perspective Charter Chicago Kentucky 1st Round – 1st Pick of 2012 Draft (Hornets)
Brad Beal 6-5 Chaminade School St. Louis, Missouri Florida 1st Round – 3rd Pick of 2012 Draft (Wizards)
James Michael McAdoo 6-8 Norfolk Christian Schools Norfolk, Virginia North Carolina Undrafted in 2014
Second Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Khem Birch 6-9 Notre Dame Prep Montreal, Quebec, Canada Pittsburgh/UNLV Undrafted in 2014
Perry Ellis 6-8 Wichita Heights High School Wichita, Kansas Kansas Undrafted in 2016
Myles Mack 5-9 St. Anthony High School Jersey City, New Jersey Rutgers Undrafted in 2015
Shabazz Muhammad 6-6 Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas, Nevada UCLA 1st Round – 14th Pick of 2013 Draft (Jazz, traded to Timberwolves)
Cody Zeller 6-11 Washington High School Washington, Indiana Indiana 1st Round – 4th Pick of 2013 Draft (Bobcats)
Third Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Johnny O'Bryant 6-10 East Side High School Cleveland, Mississippi LSU 2nd round – 36th pick of 2014 Draft (Milwaukee Bucks)
Kyle Wiltjer 6-10 Jesuit High School Portland, Oregon Kentucky/Gonzaga Undrafted in 2016
Tyrone Johnson 6-3 Montrose Christian School Rockville, Maryland Villanova/South Carolina Undrafted in 2015
Shannon Scott 6-2 Alpharetta High School Alpharetta, Georgia Ohio State Undrafted in 2015
Marquis Teague 6-1 Pike High School Indianapolis Kentucky 1st Round – 29th Pick of 2012 Draft (Bulls)
Dorian Finney-Smith 6-8 Norcom High School Portsmouth, Virginia Virginia Tech/Florida Undrafted in 2016 draft

2012 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Steve Smith (Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson, Virginia)[13][14]

First Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Kyle Anderson 6'8" St. Anthony High School Jersey City, New Jersey UCLA 1st round – 30th pick of the 2014 Draft (San Antonio Spurs)
Marcus Smart 6'4" Edward S. Marcus High School Flower Mound, Texas Oklahoma State 1st round – 6th pick of the 2014 Draft (Boston Celtics)
Jabari Parker 6'8" Simeon Career Academy Chicago Duke 1st round – 2nd pick of the 2014 Draft (Milwaukee Bucks)
Shabazz Muhammad 6'6" Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas, Nevada UCLA 1st Round – 14th Pick of 2013 Draft (Jazz, traded to Timberwolves)
Nerlens Noel 6'10" Tilton School Everett, Massachusetts Kentucky 1st Round – 6th Pick of 2013 Draft (Pelicans, traded to Sixers)
Second Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Tyler Lewis 5'11" Oak Hill Academy Statesville, North Carolina NC State/Butler Undrafted in 2017
Kasey Hill 6'1" Montverde Academy Eustis, Florida Florida Undrafted in 2017
Amile Jefferson 6'9" Friends' Central School Wynnewood, Pennsylvania Duke Undrafted in 2017
Anthony Bennett 6'8" Findlay Prep Brampton, ON UNLV 1st round – 1st pick of 2013 Draft (Cavaliers)
Perry Ellis 6'8" Wichita Heights High School Wichita, Kansas Kansas Undrafted in 2016
Third Team
Player Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Rodney Purvis 6'4" Upper Room Christian Academy Raleigh, North Carolina NC State/Connecticut Undrafted in 2017
Katin Reinhardt 6'5" Mater Dei High School Santa Ana, California UNLV/USC/Marquette Undrafted in 2017
Brandon Ashley 6'8" Findlay Prep Oakland, California Arizona Undrafted in 2015
Alex Poythress 6'8" Northeast High School Clarksville, Tennessee Kentucky Undrafted in 2016
Isaiah Austin 7'0" Grace Preparatory Academy Arlington, Texas Baylor Undrafted
  • Austin ended his college basketball career in 2014 after being diagnosed with Marfan syndrome. After receiving medical clearance to return to play in late 2016, he began playing professionally overseas in 2017.

2013 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the year: Kevin Boyle, Montverde (Florida) Academy[15]

First team[16]
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Andrew Wiggins G/F 6'8" Huntington Prep Thornhill, Ontario Kansas 1st round – 1st pick in 2014 (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Jabari Parker F 6'8" Simeon Chicago, Illinois Duke 1st round – 2nd pick in 2014 (Milwaukee Bucks)
Aaron Harrison G 6'5" Travis Richmond, Texas Kentucky Undrafted in 2015
Julius Randle F 6'9" Prestonwood Christian Plano, Texas Kentucky 1st round – 7th pick in 2014 (Los Angeles Lakers)
Jahlil Okafor C 6'10" Whitney Young Chicago, Illinois Duke 1st Round – 3rd pick in 2015 (Philadelphia 76ers)
Second team[17]
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Aaron Gordon F 6'8" Archbishop Mitty San Jose, California Arizona 1st round – 4th pick in 2014 (Orlando Magic)
Andrew Harrison G 6'5" Travis Richmond, Texas Kentucky 2nd round – 44th pick in 2015 (Phoenix Suns)
Dakari Johnson C 6'10" Montverde Academy Brooklyn, New York Kentucky 2nd round – 48th pick in 2015 (Oklahoma City Thunder)
Kasey Hill G 6'0" Montverde Academy Eustis, Florida Florida Undrafted in 2017
Nigel Williams-Goss G 6'3" Findlay Prep Happy Valley, Oregon Washington/Gonzaga 2nd round – 55th pick in 2017 (Utah Jazz)
Third team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Joel Embiid C 7'0" The Rock School Yaoundé, Cameroon Kansas 1st round – 3rd pick in 2014 (Philadelphia 76ers)
Bobby Portis Jr. F 6'9" Hall Little Rock, Arkansas Arkansas 1st round – 22nd pick in 2015 (Chicago Bulls)
Marcus Lee F 6'9" Deer Valley Antioch, California Kentucky/California Automatically eligible for the 2018 draft
Tyler Ennis G 6'0" St. Benedict's Prep Toronto, Ontario Syracuse 1st round – 18th pick in 2014 (Phoenix Suns)
James Young G 6'6" Rochester Rochester Hills, Michigan Kentucky 1st round – 17th pick in 2014 (Boston Celtics)

2014 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the year: Sharman White, Miller Grove, Lithonia, Ga.[18]

First team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Jahlil Okafor C 6'11" Whitney Young Chicago, Illinois Duke 1st round – 3rd pick in 2015 (Philadelphia 76ers)
Cliff Alexander F 6'8" Curie Chicago, Illinois Kansas Undrafted in 2015
Kelly Oubre F 6'7" Findlay Prep Richmond, Texas Kansas 1st round – 15th pick in 2015 (Atlanta Hawks)
Emmanuel Mudiay G 6'5" Prime Prep Arlington, Texas None 1st round – 7th pick in 2015 (Denver Nuggets)
Stanley Johnson F 6'6" Mater Dei Santa Ana, California Arizona 1st round – 8th pick in 2015 (Detroit Pistons)
Second team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
D'Angelo Russell G 6'4" Montverde Academy Louisville, Kentucky Ohio State 1st round – 2nd pick in 2015 (Los Angeles Lakers)
Justin Jackson F 6'8" Homeschool Christian Youth Association Houston, Texas North Carolina 1st round – 15th pick in 2017 (Portland Trail Blazers; traded to Sacramento Kings)
Tyus Jones G 6'2" Apple Valley Apple Valley, Minnesota Duke 1st round – 24th pick in 2015 (Cleveland Cavaliers)
Trey Lyles G 6'5" Arsenal Tech Regina, Saskatchewan Kentucky 1st round – 7th pick in 2015 (Denver Nuggets)
Karl-Anthony Towns C 7'1" St. Joseph Piscataway, New Jersey Kentucky 1st round – 1st pick in 2015 (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Third team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Devin Booker G 6'6" Moss Point Moss Point, Mississippi Kentucky 1st round – 13th pick in 2015 (Phoenix Suns)
Malik Newman G 6'3" Callaway Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi State/Kansas Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
Theo Pinson F 6'5" Wesleyan Christian Greensboro, North Carolina North Carolina Automatically eligible for the 2018 draft
Ben Simmons F 6'8" Montverde Academy Melbourne, Australia LSU 1st round – 1st pick in 2016 (Philadelphia 76ers)
Tyler Ulis G 5'8" Marian Catholic Lima, Ohio Kentucky 2nd round – 34th pick in 2016 (Phoenix Suns)

2015 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the year: Melvin Randall, Blanche Ely, Pompano Beach, Florida[19]

First team[19]
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Ben Simmons F 6'8" Montverde Academy Melbourne, Australia LSU 1st round – 1st pick in 2016 (Philadelphia 76ers)
Isaiah Briscoe G 6'3" Roselle Catholic Newark, New Jersey Kentucky Undrafted in 2017
Malik Newman G 6'3" Callaway Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi State/Kansas Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
Harry Giles F 6'10" Wesleyan Christian Winston-Salem, North Carolina North Carolina 1st round – 20th pick in 2017 (Portland Trail Blazers)
Jaylen Brown F 6'7" Wheeler Alpharetta, Georgia California 1st round – 3rd pick in 2016 (Boston Celtics)
Second team[20]
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Allonzo Trier G 6'5" Findlay Prep Seattle, Washington Arizona Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
Cheick Diallo F 6'9" Our Savior New American Kayes, Mali Kansas 2nd round – 33rd pick in 2016 (Los Angeles Clippers; traded to New Orleans Pelicans)
Diamond Stone C 6'10" Dominican Milwaukee, Wisconsin Maryland 2nd round – 40th pick in 2016 (New Orleans Pelicans)
Ivan Rabb C 6'11" Bishop O'Dowd Oakland, California California 2nd round – 35th pick in 2017 (Orlando Magic)
Dwayne Bacon G 6'6" Oak Hill Academy Lakeland, Florida Florida State 2nd round – 40th pick in 2017 (New Orleans Pelicans)
Third team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Chase Jeter C 6'10" Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, Nevada Duke/Arizona Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
Carlton Bragg F 6'9" Villa Angela–St. Joseph Cleveland, Ohio Kansas/Arizona State Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
Henry Ellenson F 6'10" Rice Lake Rice Lake, Wisconsin Marquette 1st round – 18th pick in 2016 (Detroit Pistons)
Antonio Blakeney G 6'4" Oak Ridge Orlando, Florida LSU Undrafted in 2017
Jalen Brunson G 6'1" Stevenson Lincolnshire, Illinois Villanova Has not yet declared for the NBA draft

2016 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the year: Steve Baik, Chino Hills, California[21]

First team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Lonzo Ball G 6'6" Chino Hills Chino Hills, California UCLA 1st round – 2nd pick in 2017 (Los Angeles Lakers)
De'Aaron Fox G 6'4" Cypress Lake Katy, Texas Kentucky 1st round – 5th pick in 2017 (Sacramento Kings)
DeAndre Ayton C 7'1" Hillcrest Prep Nassau, Bahamas Arizona Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Josh Jackson F 6'7" Prolific Prep Southfield, Michigan Kansas 1st round – 4th pick in 2017 (Phoenix Suns)
Jayson Tatum F 6'7" Chaminade St. Louis, Missouri Duke 1st round – 3rd pick in 2017 (Boston Celtics)
Second team[22]
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Miles Bridges F 6'7" Huntington Prep Flint, Michigan Michigan State Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
Markelle Fultz G 6'4" DeMatha Upper Marlboro, Maryland Washington 1st round – 1st pick in 2017 (Philadelphia 76ers)
Alterique Gilbert G 6'0" Miller Grove Richmond, Virginia Connecticut Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
T. J. Leaf F 6'9" Foothills Christian Lakeside, California UCLA 1st round – 18th pick in 2017 (Indiana Pacers)
Malik Monk G 6'3" Bentonville Lepanto, Arkansas Kentucky 1st round – 11th pick in 2017 (Charlotte Hornets)
Third team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Bam Adebayo F 6'9" High Point Christian Little Washington, North Carolina Kentucky 1st round – 14th pick in 2017 (Miami Heat)
Mustapha Heron G 6'4" Sacred Heart Waterbury, Connecticut Auburn Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
Frank Jackson G 6'4" Lone Peak Alpine, Utah Connecticut 2nd round – 31st pick in 2017 (Charlotte Hornets; traded to New Orleans Pelicans)
Josh Langford G 6'5" Madison Academy Huntsville, Alabama Michigan State Has not yet declared for the NBA draft
Michael Porter Jr. F 6'9" Father Tolton Columbia, Missouri Missouri Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018

2017 Boys' team[edit]

Coach of the year: Jack Doss, Mae Jemison, Huntsville, Alabama[23]

First team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Michael Porter Jr. F 6'10" Nathan Hale Columbia, Missouri Missouri Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Marvin Bagley III G 6'4" Cypress Lake Katy, Texas Duke Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Trevon Duval G 6'3" IMG Academy New Castle, Delaware Duke Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
DeAndre Ayton C 7'1" Prolific Prep Nassau, Bahamas Arizona Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Zion Williamson F 6'8" Spartanburg Day School Spartanburg, South Carolina TBA Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2019
Second team[22]
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
Wendell Carter F 6'10" Pace Academy Atlanta, Georgia Duke Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Collin Sexton G 6'3" Pebblebrook Mableton, Georgia Alabama Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
P. J. Washington F 6'8" Findlay Prep Dallas, Texas Kentucky Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Brian Bowen F 6'7" La Lumiere Saginaw, Michigan South Carolina Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Trae Young G 6'2" Norman North Norman, Oklahoma Oklahoma Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
  • Bowen signed to play with Louisville, but was suspended before what would have been his freshman season because of an FBI investigation that raised serious questions about his NCAA eligibility, and never played for the school. He enrolled at South Carolina in January 2018, and the school is currently attempting to resolve potential NCAA eligibility issues.
Third team
Player Position Height School Hometown College NBA draft
John Petty F 6'5" Mae Jemison Huntsville, Alabama Alabama Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander G 6'5" Hamilton Heights Christian Hamilton, Ontario Kentucky Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Chris Lykes G 5'6" Gonzaga Washington, D.C. Miami (FL) Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Quade Green G 6'1" Neumann–Goretti Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Kentucky Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018
Lindell Wigginton G 6'1" Oak Hill Academy Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Iowa State Not eligible for the NBA draft until 2018

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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First team picks, 1983–2001

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