The Arizona-commit took on more of a scoring role than a distributor's this season, averaging 25 points per game. Super athletic and polished, York also chipped in five rebounds, three assists and 2.7 steals per contest for the Lancers.
Showed off his toughness by playing through a broken thumb on his shooting hand in leading the Monarchs to a Division I state title. Reinhardt is a great shooter and made a record six 3-pointers in down Sacramento Sheldon. Reinhardt drained 97 treys on the season.
A jack-of-all trades who dominated on the perimeter as well as in the paint, Prince gives Poly fans something to look forward to for next season. The 6-foot-6 phenom continued to polish the finer parts of his game, working on his outside shot. Prince hit 75 3-pointers this season, adding another element to his explosive scoring mentality.
The San Diego State-commit didn't put up the gaudiest numbers in the Southern Section, but Spencer's inside presence was instrumental to the Knights' extended playoff run. The 6-foot-9, 210-pound power forward is extremely athletic and is a thunderous dunker, but needs to fine-tune his game to continue to dominate.
A power forward at the next level, Jerrett was usually the biggest kid on the court and is one of the most polished big men in the country. The 6-foot-11 star averaged 22.3 points, 10 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game for the Trojans.
Already one of the most dynamic athletes in Southern California, McLaughlin also took on the leadership role on Etiwanda's 30-3 team this season. The 6-foot point guard has top-notch athleticism and finishing skills.
Johnson fouled out in the Monarchs' state title game while sitting on the bench (he was assessed a technical for his fifth personal), but they thankfully went on to win to spare him any blame. Johnson is an ultra-athletic wing player who has a bright future ahead of him at the collegiate level.
PF: Daddy Ugbede, Serra Sr.
The glue behind the Cavaliers' dominant regular season, Ugbede is one of the tougher and more polished players you'll find in a big in Southern California. If he were just a couple inches taller, he'd be one of the area's most sought-after recruits.
A blue-collar big man with toughness and physicality, Edosomwan averaged a double-double for the Wolverines, and blocked close to four shots per game. If the junior can polish his jumper and post game in the offseason, the 6-foot-8, 240-pound center will garner national recruiting attention.