The Michigan Associated Press has released its Division 2 all-state teams, and MLive has the first and second teams, along with honorable mention players below.
New Haven senior Romeo Weems added Associated Press Division 2 Player of the Year honors to his Mr. Basketball award. Weems, a 6-foot-7 forward averaged 27.5 points, 11.7 rebounds, 4.1 steals, 3.7 assists and 2.2 blocked shots a game during his senior season.
The 6-foot-7 forward has signed to play for DePaul and led New Haven to the Division 2 quarterfinals, falling to Harper Woods Chandler Park to finish with a 24-2 record. Weems, who owns the New Haven scoring record, led the team to a state title in 2017 and to the semifinals in 2018. In his four seasons, New Haven was 99-7.
- SirQuarius Ball, Bridgeport, Sr.: The 6-foot-5 forward eclipsed the 1,000-point mark for a Bridgeport team that put together an undefeated regular season. Ball, who will play football at Grand Valley State, averaged 21 points and eight rebounds.
- Austin Braun, Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Sr.: The 5-foot-11 guard led Catholic Central to the state championship game in 2018 and the regional final in 2019, averaging 17 points and 7.5 assists. He will play at Grand Valley State.
- Tyler VanKoevering, Hudsonville Unity Christian, Sr.: The 6-foot-5 senior led Unity Christian to the Division 2 state title, averaging 14 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists.
- Zach Goodline, Coloma, Sr.: The 6-foot point guard signed to play for NAIA power Huntington after eclipsing the 2,000-point career mark as a senior, averaging 28.4 points, 6.8 assists, 5.5 rebounds and 4.9 steals.
- Brady Swinehart, Ionia, Sr.: The Ionia guard averaged 21.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.0 steals, setting the Ionia school record with 515 points during the season. In a January win over January, Swinehart scored 25 points in the first quarter, the eighth most in one quarter in MHSAA history.
- Carlos “Scooby” Johnson, Benton Harbor, Jr.: The 6-foot-6 forward has offers from Michigan State, Michigan and Missouri after averaging 26 points and 13 rebounds for a Benton Harbor team near the top of Division 2 during the regular season.
- Sean Cobb, Williamston, Sr.: The 6-foot-7 power forward averaged 12.9 points and 7.5 rebounds for 20-2 Williamston. Cobb will play for Grand Valley State next season.
- Charlie Woodhams, Otsego, Jr.: The 6-foot-3 junior led Otsego to an undefeated regular season and a district title, averaging 17.6 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 assists.
- Sudi McElroy, Ferndale, Sr.: The 6-foot-6 forward, who transferred from Detroit East English, averaged 25 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists for a 16-9 Ferndale team that won a district title.
- Nigel Colvin, River Rouge, Sr.: The 6-foot-1 guard led River Rouge to the state title game and a 23-3 record, averaging 13.5 points per game.
COACH OF THE YEAR
- Scott Soodsma, Hudsonville Unity Christian: Unity Christian won its final 22 games, including the Division 2 state championship game over River Rouge. Soodsma led the Crusaders to the OK Conference Green title, with their only losses coming in non-conference games to Hudsonville and Grand Rapids South Christian.
- Joel Schroeder, Pontiac
- Don Spencer, Carleton Airport
- J.T. Cleveland, Alma
- James Scott, Harper Woods Chandler Park
- Reece Castor, Gladstone, Sr.
- Joshua Laman, Ludington, Sr.
- D’Quarion Cole, Pontiac, Sr.
- Pierre Brooks II, Detroit Douglass, So.
- Kobe Bufkin, Grand Rapids Christian, So.
- Ronald Jeffery III, New Haven
- Markele Garrett, Bridgeport
- Jarrett Kelley, Chesaning
- Jayce Bourcier, Freeland
- Cam Sutherland, Alma
- Bec Alward, Alma
- Riley Bugg, North Branch
- Gerrid Rutledge, North Branch
- Spencer Eves, Hillsdale
- Clay Sampson, Ida
- Travis Hill, Onsted
- Ethan Alderink, Holland Christian
- Cory Ainsworth, Wayland
- Jamaal Bailey, Godwin Heights
- Brad Osborne, Hamilton
- Luke Schrotenboer, Grand Rapids South Christian
- Solomon White, Forest Hills Eastern
- Noah Wiswary, Unity Christian
- Logan Karnemaat, Fremont
- Connor Swinehart, Newaygo
- Mason Docks, Williamston
- Mitchell Mowid, Haslett
- Logan LePage, Corunna
- Liam Thompson, Ovid-Elsie
- Jeremy Luciani, Marshall
- Parker Ellifritz, Three Rivers
- Isaac Davis, Plainwell
- Karsen Barnhart, Paw Paw
- LaTa’Vius Vaughter, Clio
- J.D. Rawls, Mount Morris
- Owen Lobsinger, Flint Powers
- Drew Davis, Richmond
- Teonta McKeithen, Ferndale
- Alex Finney, Cranbrook
- Jacob Martinson, Big Rapids
- Derrick Bryant, Harper Woods Chandler Park
- Devon Bryant, Detroit Henry Ford
- Parker LePage, Dearborn Divine Child
- Micah Parrish, River Rouge
- Tyland Tate, Harper Woods Chandler Park
- Tyson Davis, Goodrich
- Nathan Burk, Parma Western