Seven Californians named to Underclass All-American boys’ basketball team. Members of last year’s Team USA 17U team, including Mater Dei’s Stanley Johnson, headline group of 60 elite players selected.
We evaluated every session of the 2013 Pangos All-American Camp and rank California’s top performers, underclassmen and fast-risers. We also take a look at the camp’s top five players at each position....
Strong California contingent expected at 2013 Pangos All-American Camp, including state junior of the year (Stanley Johnson) and freshman of the year (Trevor Stanback). Chicago center Cliff Alexander goes for MOP honors for second consecutive year.
Mater Dei No. 7 overall, Aaron Gordon first five overall and Stanley Johnson edged for top junior. Montverde Academy of Florida also claims crown in nation’s oldest national boys basketball rankings.
The six finalists for Mr. Basketball are joined by 24 others on the 35th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State teams regardless of CIF division or class.
The second of the various Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams is announced and it’s a look at the best from the Class of 2014, 2015 and 2016.
This is the third and final group of 2013 Cal-Hi Sports all-state boys basketball teams, which breaks down the best within each CIF state playoff division.
State’s top honor goes to Archbishop Mitty of San Jose standout for the second consecutive year by a whisker over Mater Dei’s Stanley Johnson. Gordon is only the sixth two-time winner since 1956.
We choose honorees for juniors, sophomores and freshmen and for each CIF division. The toughest picks were for Division V and freshmen. Check back later this week for the Cal-Hi Sports state coaches of the year.