Winners of the all-league selection for the Gold Coast Conference. Most Valuable Player Sr. Brandon Boston Jr. Brandon Boston Jr. 6'6" | SG Sierra Canyon | 2020 State #8 Nation CA-S (Sierra Canyon) A Kentucky signee, Boston Jr. has demonstrated…
Winners of the all-league selection for the Gold Coast Conference.
Most Valuable Player
Sr.(Sierra Canyon) A Kentucky signee, Boston Jr. has demonstrated that he has polished all aspects of his game, leaving a legacy to remember during his final high school campaign.
Sr.(Sierra Canyon) A player who has developed his game immensely, Williams is a proven winner. The 6-foot-7 forward has been capturing a lot of attention throughout his high school career with multiple high major D1 schools showing heavy interest.
Sr.(Sierra Canyon) TCU is getting a player who is dominate on both ends of the court. Frank has been a valuable asset to Sierra Canyon’s strong group of players.
So.(Sierra Canyon) Only a sophomore, Bailey is already being considered as one of the top guards in the country. With room to grow, the already, five-star rated player is going to be a scary player during the last two years of his high school career.
Sr.(Windward) The 6-foot-6 forward will be heading to UNLV. A versatile player who can score at all three levels but also has the capability to distribute the ball efficiently and be a solid body is the paint.
So.(Windward) Another five-star player who is only a sophomore continue to dominate the high school setting. At 6-foot-8, 200 pounds, Wright is a powerful player who can run the floor well, capture many rebounds and be a forceful threat down low.
Jr.(Brentwood) Mellon is a player who can fill up the stat sheet for you. The high IQ player will do anything to help his team get the win. Mellon is a skilled guard who continues to be a grinder for the Eagles.
So. Christian Moore (Brentwood) A scoring threat for the opposing team, Moore can get you buckets. The young sophomore guard averaged 18.2 points, 2.7 assists, 1.3 steals and grabbed 8.1 rebounds. With his ability to move the way he does at 6-foot-5, there is no doubt that Moore will put up even better numbers during the last two seasons of his high school campaign.
Jr. Kyle Beedon (Campbell Hall) Beedon can shoot the light out and scorch the net! Kyle displays great capability to score the ball and has been an instrumental player for the Vikings. When Beedon is feeling it, it is very difficult to contain him.
Sr. Yuuki Okubo (Crossroads) There is no doubt that Okubo plays with an astronomical amount of heart. A player who does not give up, Okubo proved that he can play against high-level competition. The shifty guard can pick up defenders’ full-court and has the ability to put on a show on the offensive end.
Fr. Giovanni Goree (Viewpoint) The only freshmen to receive first-team honors, Goree has captured the attention of many already. A crafty guard who has the potential to become a highly-rated player. With three more years of high school, Goree is going to be a scary offensive player who already displays the ability to be a lockdown defender.
Jr. Armando Coleman (Paraclete) Coleman is a high motor player who can run the floor well. A strong defender for his position, Coleman continues to be a key factor for Spirits offensively. This is the second year in a row that Coleman has earned first-team honors.
So. Shy Odom (Sierra Canyon)
Jr. Jalen Harris (Windward)
So. Dylan Andrews (Windward)
Jr. Cameron MacDonald (Brentwood)
Jr. Tony Fontana (Campbell Hall)
So. Christopher Hammond (Campbell Hall)
Fr. Dante Ogbu (Viewpoint)