SELECTED BY COACHES
Caleb Bates, Lake Shore
He scored more than 1,000 points as a Shorian.
Ronald Jeffery III, New Haven
The senior helped New Haven win a county-record fifth consecutive regional championship. He averaged 21.7 points per game. Jeffery will play at Henry Ford Community College.
Lee Veasley, Warren Woods-Tower
The senior forward averaged 17 points and five rebounds for the Titans, who won the MAC Gold Division championship.
Richard Washington, Clintondale
The senior guard scored more than 1,200 career points and finished as the Dragons’ all-time scoring leader. He had more games with 30 or more points and led Clintondale in every statistical category, including charges taken.
Romeo Weems, New Haven
The first county player to win the Mr. Basketball award, Weems helped New Haven go undefeated in district and regional tournament games during his four seasons. The Rockets' career scoring leader will play at DePaul.
Charles Anderson, Warren Woods-Tower
The 6-3 senior guard averaged 12 points, five rebounds and five assists per game. His play helped the Titans win the MAC Gold championship.
Ethan Bach, Lutheran North
The All-Catholic player averaged 10 points and seven rebounds. He had a 12-point, 10-rebound game against Richmond and 15 points and six rebounds against New Haven.
Drew Davis, Richmond
A 6-0 combo senior guard, Davis averaged 18 points and four assists plus five rebounds and three steals per game for the Blue Water Area Conference champions.
Codee Harris, South Lake
Harris averaged 17 points and three steals per game.
Jalen Passmore, Lincoln
Passmore was a consistent scoring and rebounding threat for the Abes.
Benjamin Brown, Austin Catholic
The 6-3 senior forward averaged 15.6 points and seven rebounds. He’s going to Brescia University in Kentucky.
JaVaughn Hannah, Mount Clemens
The freshman averaged 20.1 points and 9.1 rebounds per game. He also had 2.8 steals per contest.
Jashun Houston, Center Line
The senior averaged 17 points per game.
Zach Johnson, Lakeview
The 6-3 senior led the Huskies in scoring and rebounding with averages of 13.5 and 8.5. He played all five positions, and coach John Carr called him the “ultimate team-first guy.”
Jesse Judkins, Eastpointe
Judkins led a revival of Eastpointe basketball, helping the Shamrocks win 14 games after winning only two the season before. Eastpointe's all-time scoring leader will play at Oakland Community College.
Josh Bogan, South Lake
He averaged a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds per game. Bogan was the quarterback of the football team. “Excellent player, better teammate,” basketball coach Kurt Wilson said.
Jameire Cannon, Michigan Collegiate
In addition to being a basketball standout, Cannon played wide receiver and defensive back for the football team.
Colton Haberek, Fitzgerald
A multi-sport standout, Haberek was the Spartans' quarterback last fall.
Daveyon Henderson, Richmond
A 6-5 junior, Henderson averaged 14 points and eight rebounds. He helped Richmond repeat as the BWAC champion and compile a 21-2 overall record.
Darrell Walker, Clintondale
The junior point guard averaged 11.5 points, 2.5 assists and 2.3 steals per game. He scored a season high of 27 points.
Brent Wiles, New Haven
The sophomore forward averaged 8.5 points and seven rebounds and helped the Rockets win the MAC White Division championship.
Jackson Allen, Richmond; Caleb Hardies, Lutheran North; Nick Hastings, Center Line; Alex Kreft, Austin Catholic; Malen Lewis, New Haven; Colin Moldenhauer, Lutheran North.