Boys BB: Divisional All-State 2024

Jase Butler from Branson of Ross (left) just switched his college commitment from Illinois to Washington. He’s regarded as one of the best recent players from the northern part of the Bay Area. At right, Rippen Gill of Bakersfield Centennial looks to score during CIF D2 state championship game. Photos: Courtesy Butler family & Willie Eashman.

The next set of teams for the 45th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state boys basketball teams are to honor the top players according to the same six divisions in which this year’s CIF state championships were contested. It continues to be very difficult to determine which division for some players (thanks to competitive equity seedings for playoffs), but we’re not going to stop trying our best to be as fair to as many players as possible.

Note: We hope you enjoy this free post on Updated class-by-class player rankings by managing editor Ronnie Flores for Gold Club members were completed in late February. The all-state underclass teams are for Gold Club members only as well. Please check out becoming a member today so you don’t miss any of our exclusive statewide content. To join our team today, CLICK HERE.

For a look at every one of our all-state boys bb teams by divisions through the years, CLICK HERE.

For more on each of the 2024 divisional State Players of the Year,

For this year’s all-state underclass teams (Gold Club post), CLICK HERE.

Our all-state hoops patch for this year (2024) is now available to order at Patches also come with a certificate to further recognize the achievement.

To order a commemorative, official All-State Basketball patch for those who’ve been named to one of our all-state teams for the 2024 season, go to THIS LINK at The special link has been set up for all-state basketball patches. Billy Tees has been the official merchandiser of the CIF for many years.


Justin Pippen of Sierra Canyon has just committed to Michigan after enjoying a breakout 2023 fall and 2023-24 season. Photo: quik11hoops /

Alec Blair (De La Salle, Concord) SF 6-6 Jr.
Brayden Burries (Roosevelt, Eastvale) SG 6-4 Jr.
Jase Butler (Branson, Ross) SG 6-4 Sr.
Aaron Claytor-Hunkin
(Salesian, Richmond) PG 6-3 Sr.
Eric Freeny (Centennial, Corona) SF 6-4 Sr.
Jake Hall (Carlsbad) SG 6-3 Jr.
Elzie Harrington
(St. John Bosco, Bellflower) PG 6-5 Jr.
Robert Hinton
(Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) SG 6-4 Sr.
Mercy Miller (Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks) SG 6-3 Sr.
Brandon McCoy Jr.
(St. John Bosco, Bellflower) SG 6-4 Soph.
Trent Perry (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) PG 6-3 Sr.
Justin Pippen (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) PG 6-3 Sr.
Tyrone Riley
(St. Piux X-St. Matthias, Downey) SG 6-6 Sr.
Zion Sensley
(Archbishop Riordan, San Francisco) PF 6-7 Sr.
Tounde Yessoufou (St. Joseph, Santa Maria) SF 6-6 Jr.


Connor Amundsen (Clovis North, Fresno) PG 5-10 Sr.
Carter Bryant (Centennial, Corona) SF 6-9 Sr.
James Evans (West Ranch, Valencia) SF 6-6 Sr.
Aidan Fowler (JSerra, SJ Capistrano) PG 6-0 Sr.
Nate Garcia (Damien, La Verne) C 7-0 Jr.
Brandon Gibson Jr. (Monterey Trail, Elk Grove) SG 6-5 Sr.
Gavin Hightower (Windward, Los Angeles) SG 6-1 Jr.
Nik Khamenia (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) SF 6-8 Jr.
Brannon Martinsen (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) PF 6-7 Soph.
De’Undrae Perteete (Salesian, Richmond) PG 6-5 Sr.
Sebastian Rancik (JSerra, SJ Capistrano) PF 6-9 Sr.
LoLo Rudolph (St. Augustine, San Diego) PG 6-1 Sr.
Darnez Slater (Roosevelt, Eastvale) SG 6-3 Sr.
Gavin Sykes (Modesto Christian) SG 6-4 Jr.
Tyler Thompson (Vanden, Fairfield) SF 6-4 Sr.


Mateen Rafiq ended his career with 434 career three-pointers, one of the top 10 totals in state history. Photo: @EliteHSscouting /

Semetri Carr (Branson, Ross) PG 6-1 Jr.
Brandon Benjamin (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) SF 6-6 Jr.
Seamus Deely (San Ramon Valley, Danville) SF 6-5 Sr.
Tony Duckett (Carlsbad) SG 6-2 Sr.
Andrew Hilman
(Archbishop Riordan, San Francisco) SG 6-4 Soph.
Luke Isaak (San Ramon Valley, Danville) SG 6-3 Jr.
Doug Langford
(St. Pius X-St. Matthias, Downey) PF 6-8 Jr.
Ryan Pettis (Serra, San Mateo) SG 6-3 Sr.
Quincy Phillips (St. Anthony, Long Beach) PG 6-0 Sr.
Mateen Rafiq (Weston Ranch, Stockton) PG 5-11 Sr.
Gavin Ripp (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) PG 6-7 Sr.
Kendyl Sanders
(St. Bernard, Playa del Rey) SF 6-6 Sr.
D.J. Stickman (Clovis West, Fresno) 6-1 PG Jr.
Mateo Trujillo (Rolling Hills Prep, San Pedro) 6-2 SG Jr.
Jack Turner (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) SG 6-3 Sr.
Noah Williams (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) PF 6-6 Sr.

(Seniors only; see separate all-state underclass for more jrs, sophs & frosh)

Scotty Belnap (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) SG 6-5
Isaiah Bernard-Lopez (Foothill, Tustin) SG 6-5
Cole Boake (University, San Francisco) SF 6-3
Xavier Clinton (Damien, La Verne) SG 6-3
Gavin Cook-Whisenton (Liberty, Brentwood) SG 6-2
Ian De La Rosa (St. Augustine, San Diego) SG 6-4
Jordan Espinoza (Clovis North, Fresno) SF 6-3
Jaden Goodall (Canyon, Anaheim) SF 6-6
Christian Harris (Etiwanda) SG 6-3
Christian Horry (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) SG 6-2
Jordan Houegban (Brentwood, Los Angeles) SG 6-4
Ahsan Huff (Vanden, Fairfield) SF 6-6
Jeremiah Ivens (Redlands East Valley) PG 6-3
NaVaughn Long (Granada, Livermore) SF 6-6
Brycen MacKenzie (Santa Fe Christian, Solana Beach) SF 6-6
Martin Madadkar (Torrey Pines, San Diego) SG 6-2
Aadi Malali (Dougherty Valley, San Ramon) SF 6-4
Jael Martin (Carlsbad) PF 6-8
Jordy McKenzie (Archbishop Riordan, San Francisco) SG 6-3
Cameron McNamee (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) SF 6-6
Darrell Morris (West Ranch, Valencia) PG 5-9
T.J. O’Brien (Sacred Heart Prep, Atherton) SG 6-1
Quentin Thompson (Lincoln, Stockton) SF 6-6
Deshawn Usochu (Liberty, Bakersfield) SG 6-3
Jermaine Washington (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley) SG 6-0
Marcus Washington (Modesto Christian) SF 6-4
Jackson Young (Clovis West, Fresno) PG 6-2

Trent Perry (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City)


Barak Simon led Marina of Huntington Beach to the CIF Southern Section D2A title, the first section title in school history. Photo: Fernando M. Donado / For OC Sports Zone.

Maximo Adams (Serra, Gardena) SF 6-7 Soph.
Dylan Benner (St. Bonaventure, Ventura) PF 6-8 Sr.
Elias Chin (Thousand Oaks) PG 6-4 Sr.
Rippen Gill (Centennial, Bakersfield) SF 6-6 Sr.
Bryce Goldman (Chaminade, West Hills) SG 6-4 Sr.
ArDarius Grayson (Oakland Tech) PG 6-0 Jr.
Charlie Hutchinson (Mission Bay, San Diego) SF 6-6 Sr.
Anthony Lacy (Oakland) SF 6-5 Sr.
Caden Pinnick (Del Oro, Loomis) PG 6-2 Sr.
Aaron Powell
(Campbell Hall, North Hollywood) PG 6-2 Sr.
Jovani Ruff (Long Beach Poly) SG 6-4 Jr.
Tae Simmons
(Heritage Christian, Northridge) PF 6-6 Jr.
Barak Simon (Marina, Huntington Beach) PG 5-11 Jr.
Donald Thompson (King-Drew, Los Angeles) PG 6-0 Jr.
Bentley Waller (Bakersfield Christian) SG 6-4 Sr.


Bryce Bedgood (Valencia) PF 6-9 Sr.
Samuel Chavarin (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) SG 6-3 Sr.
Will Corbett (Bellarmine, San Jose) PG 6-1 Soph.
Caden DeVries (Montgomery, Santa Rosa) PG 6-3 Soph.
Collin Haugh (Dana Hills, Dana Point) SG 6-1 Jr.
Kevin Haupt (Jesuit, Carmichael) PG 5-10 Sr.
Trevor Ladd (La Costa Canyon, Carlsbad) PF 6-3 Sr.
Trent MacLean (Thousand Oaks) PF 6-8 Jr.
Fredrick Pernell (Sacred Heart Cathedral, S.F.) PG 6-2 Sr.
Patrick O’Brien (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) SF 6-3 Jr.
Jeremy Pierro (Clovis East, Clovis) SF 6-5 Sr.
Caleb Rollins (Oakland Tech) PG 5-9 Jr.
Dillan Shaw (Heritage Christian, Northridge) SF 6-5 Jr.
Grayson Sinek (La Habra) PG 6-2 Jr.
Jaylen Valdez (Capital Christian, Sacramento) PG 6-3 Jr.

ArDarius Grayson (Oakland Tech)


Tallis Toure from West Park of Roseville had committed to Washington State and is now going to Stanford in the wake of Washington State head coach Kyle Smith becoming the new head coach at Stanford. Photo:

Kai Brown (Scripps Ranch, San Diego) SG 6-0 Sr.
Simeon Brown (Carmel) SG 6-2 Jr.
Jason Crowe (Lynwood) SG 6-3 Soph.
Ben Dotten (Santa Cruz) SF 6-6 Sr.
Jaden Erami (Bosco Tech, Rosemead) 6-2 SG Jr.
Dalen Felder (Bullard, Fresno) SG 6-2 Soph.
Antonio Kellogg Jr. (Ygnacio Valley, Concord) PG 6-2 Jr.
Jared Mims (Alemany, Mission Hills) PG 5-10 Sr.
Tallis Toure (West Park, Roseville) C 6-10 Sr.
Jalen Williams (San Marcos) 6-2 SG Soph.
Mario Williams (Venture Academy, Stockton) SG 6-5 Sr.
Luke Zuffelato (Santa Barbara) SG 6-4 Jr.


Anto Balian (Pilibos, Los Angeles) PG 6-2 Jr.
Jace Beidleman (Ripon Christian) PF 6-9 Sr.
Alex Dupre (Birmingham, Lake Balboa) SF 6-5 Sr.
Dylan Griffin (University City, San Diego) SF 6-4 Jr.
Mark Jones (Hesperia) PG 6-2 Jr.
Michael Lindsay (Alemany, Mission Hills) SG 6-1 Sr.
Chase Newman (Ramona) SF 6-5 Sr.
Julius Olanrewaju (S.J. Memorial, Fresno SG 6-5 Jr.
Ryan Osborne (Bosco Tech, Rosemead) SF 6-6 Sr.
Marcel Pierre-Louis (Head-Royce, Oakland) PF 6-7 Sr.
J.C. Schindler (Woodbridge, Irvine) PG 6-1 Sr.
Jordan Washington (Justin-Siena, Napa) SF 6-6 Sr.
Russell Williams (South Pasadena) SG 6-2 Sr.

Jason Crowe Jr. (Lynwood)


Logan Kilbert from Sierra of Tollhouse was all-state last season for D5, but has to go to D4 for this season based on CIF division placement. He still made it and will graduate from the school as the No. 1 career scoring leader for the CIF Central Section. Photo:

Alijah Arenas (Chatsworth) SG 6-6 Soph.
Jerell Clark (Palo Alto) SF 6-1 Jr.
Seal Diouf (Dunn, Los Olivos) PF 6-9 Jr.
Khaeden Grady-Asher
(Westchester, Los Angeles) SG 6-3 Soph.
D.J. Horton (Weed) SG 6-3 Sr.
Suheib Ibrahim (Monterey) SF 6-3 Sr.
Luke Jacobsen
(Mission Prep, San Luis Obispo) SF 6-7 Sr.
Manno Jenkins (Natomas, Sacramento) PG 6-0 Soph.
Logan Kilbert (Sierra, Tollhouse) SG 6-4 Sr.
Kamari King (Cleveland, Reseda) PG 5-11 Jr.
DeWayman Martin Jr.
(Washington Prep, Los Angeles) SG 6-3 Jr.
Will Overton (Grant, Van Nuys) SG 6-4 Sr.
Jeremiah Profit (Temecula Valley, Temecula) SF 6-4 Fr.
Jaxen Robinson (Christopher, Gilroy) SF 6-5 Jr.
Ryan Roth (Monterey) SG 6-3 Sr.
Nate Sweet (Union Mine, El Dorado) SG 6-2 Sr.

Alijah Arenas (Chatsworth)


Jayden Barnes (Garfield, Los Angeles) SG 6-1 Sr.
Nate Becerra (North, Bakersfield) PF 6-7 Sr.
Javon Bragg (Corcoran) 6-7 PF Jr.
Trevon Carter-Givens (Templeton) PF 6-7 Jr.
Durya Devasenapathy (Athenian, Danville) PG 6-2 Sr.
Gavin Early (San Domenico, San Anselmo) 6-3 SF Jr.
Teiahjio Gilpen (Firebaugh, Lynwood) PF 6-8 Sr.
Evan Lucas (Athenian, Danville) SF 6-3 Sr.
Alexander Martinez (Verdugo Hills) SG 5-11 Sr.
Marko Milentijevic (Oakwood, Morgan Hill) SF 6-5 Sr.
Devin Moody (Manual Arts, Los Angeles) SG 6-1 Jr.
Clayton Mpiana (Arrowhead Christian, Redlands) C 6-10 Sr.
Angel Ochoa (St. Joseph Academy, San Marcos) SG 6-0 Jr.
Will Savill-Welch (International, San Francisco) PF 6-5 Jr.
Noah Simpson (San Pedro) SG 6-0 Sr.

Note: Teams from NorCal D6 playoffs were considered for D5 all-state, including A.J. McCoy (Cornerstone Christian, Antioch) & Breydan Worth (Napa Christian).

Evan Lucas (Athenian, Danville)

*Note: The division placement of schools (and players from those schools for all-state) is based on the same divisions that teams were placed for the CIF regional playoffs. Section playoff placement also was used for teams that were not in the regionals. We also looked at each team and the team it lost to in the playoffs and followed the line of teams to CIF regionals. In some cases, it also was an estimation of which divisions those teams would be in. Sorry, but we cannot go through every nominated player and determine a separate divisional placement based on traditional factors such as enrollment. Well more than a third of the players already have to have divisional placement figured out even going by the CIF regional divisions.

Special thanks to Ronnie Flores for contributions to these teams.

Mark Tennis is the co-founder and publisher of He can be reached at Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle: @CalHiSports

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