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2011 Hoopniks High School Basketball All American Teams

Hoopniks.com’s Senior All-American teams is a look at players from the four high school classes that had tremendous seasons, both personally, and in looking at their teams. There are certainly numerous talented players that have been left off this list, as it has been extremely hard to limit this list to the amount of players listed.

We encourage all viewers to leave a comment that includes the season stats and accomplishments of other deserving players. This list is based strictly on individual performance in creating team success, and not future recruiting possibilities.

2011 Hoopniks All-Americans – Seniors (Class of 2011)

First Team
• Bradley Beal, 6’-4”, G, Chaminade (MO) – Averaged better than 30 points per game in leading team to successful season.
• Joe Coleman, 6’-3”, G/F, Hopkins (MN) – Took Hopkins to three titles in his tenure, first team all-state pick.
• Dorian Finney-Smith, 6’-7”, F, IC Norcom (VA) – Repeat state titlist spurred team in scoring and rebounding to #5 national finish.
• Michael Gilchrist, 6’-7”, F, St. Patrick (NJ) – Team only lost once, and Gilchrist was nearly dominant in leading Celtics to victories over other strong opponents.
• Tyrone Johnson, 6’-3”, G, Montrose Christian (MD) – In sole season at Montrose, Johnson took team to ESPN Rise National High School Invitational Championship.
• Myles Mack, 5’-9”, G, St. Anthony (NJ) – First team all-state pick was the heart of national champion Friars team.
• Austin Rivers, 6’-4”, G, Winter Park (FL) – National player of the year in several publications, impressive on a national stage, in leading Winter Park another state championship.
• Kyle Wiltjer, 6’-9”, C, Jesuit (OR) – Won third state title and averaged 19 points per game.
• BJ Young, 6’-4”, G, McCluer North (MO) – Made a splash on the high school basketball season in his only full season, taking team to Class 5 championship and scoring 28 points per game.
• Cody Zeller, 6’-11”, C, Washington (IN) – Averaged a double-double in leading his team to another Indiana state championship.
Second Team
• Ryan Anderson, 6’-8”, F, Long Beach Poly (CA) – Consistent threat for outstanding Jackrabbits team averaged 16 points and 9 rebounds.
• Ryan Boatright, 6’-1”, G, Aurora East (IL) – Elite level scorer scored 63 points in a game in the early season, and was voted Co Mr. Basketball.
• Quinn Cook, 6’-0”, G, Oak Hill Academy (VA) – Steadying force on an Oak Hill team with uncharacteristic drama, dished 10 dimes per game to talented teammates.
• Darwin Davis, 5’-11”, G, Bloomington South (IN) – Two state titles on resume and over 20 points per game this season as Panthers won surprise title.
• Chase Fischer, 6’-3” G, Ripley (WV) – Among the most prolific scorers in the country at over 32 points per game.
• Myck Kabongo, 6’-1”, G, Findlay Prep (NV) – Brightest star on loaded Pilots team took Findlay to Top 10 finish.
• Trevor Lacey, 6’-4”, G, Butler (AL) – Grabbed another state title and scorched nets at over 30 points a game.
• Otto Porter, 6’-8”, F, Scott County Central (MO) – Hard to argue with the big man that came out of nowhere to be nearly unstoppable in leading team to state title.
• Chasson Randle, 6’-1”, G, Rock Island (IL) – Co Mr. Basketball took team to 3A state championship.
• Dantley Walker, 5’-11”, G, Lincoln County (NV) – Became Nevada’s all-time leading scorer after averaging 36 points and 10 assists.

2011 Hoopniks All-Americans – Juniors (Class of 2012)

• Kyle Anderson, 6’-8”, G/F, St. Anthony (NJ) – First team all-state performer was a key factor in national championship season for the Friars.
• Dajuan Coleman, 6’-9”, C, Jamesville-Dewitt (NY) – Won third straight state title, averaging more than 24 points per contest.
• Matt Costello, 6’-9”, C, Bay City Western (MI) – First team all-state pick averaged 20 points, 13 rebounds and 4 blocks per game in taking his team to the class A semifinals.
• Perry Ellis, 6’-8”, F, Wichita Heights (KS) – Three time state champion and Gatorade Player of the Year scored 22 points and pulled down 8 rebounds this season.
• Ricardo Gathers, 6’-8”, F, Riverside Academy (LA) – Louisiana state player of the year won second consecutive title after averaging 20 points and 16 rebounds in Louisiana 2A action.
• Archie Goodwin, 6’-5”, G, Sylvan Hills (AR) – Averaged 28 points and 7 rebounds for 5A state runner-up team.
• Shabazz Muhammad, 6’-5”, G/F, Bishop Gorman (NV) – Nevada player of the year averaged 25 points and grabbed 7 rebounds for state semifinalist.
• Marcus Paige, 6’-1”, G, Linn-Mar (IA) – Iowa 4A player of the year led his team to an undefeated state championship.
• Tony Parker, 6’-9”, C, Miller Grove (GA) – State champion and Georgia AAAA player of the year after averaging a double-double.
• Marcus Smart, 6’-4”, G, Flower Mound Marcus (TX) – Led Marcus to Texas 5A state championship by averaging 14 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists per game.

2011 Hoopniks All-Americans – Sophomores (Class of 2013)

• Nolan Berry, 6’-8”, F, DeSmet (MO) – First team all-state Missouri Class 5 pick, averaged 18 points and 6 rebounds per game.
• Nate Britt, 6’-2”, G, Gonzaga Prep (DC) – Rare All DC Metro sophomore selection, scored 13 points and dropped 5 assists for WCAC runner-up squad.
• Aquille Carr, 5’-7”, G, Patterson (MD) – Most prolific player in Baltimore area took team to runner-up in Maryland 4A tournament.
• Nick Emery, 6’-1”, G, Lone Peak (UT) – Took team to state championship, averaged 21 points and 3 assists per game.
• Conner Frankamp, 6’-1”, G, Wichita North (KS) – Put up over 27 points per game and was a first team 6A all-state selection.
• Derrick Griffin, 6’-8”, F, Roseburg Terry (TX) – Sole sophomore selection to Texas 4A team.
• Kennedy Meeks, 6’-8”, F, West Charlotte (NC) – Selected to North Carolina first team all-state team by AP.
• Jabari Parker, 6’-7”, F, Simeon (IL) – First team all-state pick for state champion squad.
• Julius Randle, 6’-8”, F, Prestonwood Christian (TX) – All-state first team pick is considered top player in the class nationally.
• Tahj Shamsid-Deen, 5’-10”, G, Columbia (GA) – Georgia AAA state player of the year.

2011 Hoopniks All-Americans – Freshmen (Class of 2014)

• Muhammad Ali Abdur-Rahkman, 6’-3”, G, Allentown Central Catholic (PA) – Pennsylvania AAA second team all-state pick after averaging 14 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists.
• Joel Berry, 6’-1”, G, Lake Highland Prep (FL) – 13 points and 4 rebounds per game for dynamite backcourt prospect.
• James Blackmon Jr., 6’-2”, G, Bishop Luers (IN) – It was quite the debut season for Blackmon Jr., as he pledged to Indiana and dropped over 20 points per game.
• Justin Coleman, 5’-9”, G, John Carroll (AL) – Second team 5A all-state selection averaged 18 points, 3 assists and 3 steals.
• Dominique Collier, 6’-1”, G, Denver East (CO) – All-Colorado selection as a freshman, most touted Colorado guard prospect since Chauncey Billups.
• Dakari Johnson, 6’-9”, C, St. Patrick (NJ) – Made an immediate impact for one of the nation’s best teams.
• Tyus Jones, 5’-11”, G, Apple Valley (MN) – Honorable mention all-state selection, for the second straight year.
• Emanual Mundiay, 6’-3”, G/F, Grace Prep (TX) – Second team TAPPS 4A pick for state champion team.
• Isaiah Whitehead, 6’-4”, G, Lincoln (NY) – Considered the top freshman in NYC after a strong season for a good Railsplitters team.
• Justice Winslow, 6’-5”, F, St. John’s (TX) – 15 points per game scorer led team to first conference championship in 32 years.

About Kellon Hassenstab

Kellon Hassenstab is the publisher of the College Basketball Newcomers Guide book and Hoopniks.com. He founded Hoopniks.com in 2009, and has contributed to SlamOnline, Dime Magazine's HighSchoolHoop.com, and NBCSports.com, along with other publications in the past. Hassenstab has covered grassroots, high school and basketball recruiting for over a decade. Follow on Twitter, @Hoopniks.

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