Prep Hoops Wisconsin releases our All-State teams for Division 1…
G(Neenah) – Sr.
Committed to UW-Green Bay. Missed his entire junior season due to a torn ACL.
G(De Pere) – Sr.
Led De Dere to a 25-3 record as a junior. Averaged 21 points and four assists per game. Committed to Illinois State.
G(Middleton) – Sr.
Averaged 16 points per game while leading Middleton to sectionals. Committed to Winona State.
G(Homestead) – Jr.
Averaged 19 points per game as a junior, leading Homestead to a 24-3 overall record.
G(Milwaukee Hamilton) – Sr.
Second-leading returning scorer in the state after posting 29.7 ppg as a junior.
Averaged 21 points per game for a 19-7 Arrowhead squad last season. Committed to UW-Green Bay.
G(Waukesha South) – Sr.
Led the Blackshirts to a Classic Eight title as a junior and a 22-6 overall record. Averaged 23 points and eight rebounds per game along the way.
F(D.C. Everest)- Sr.
Committed to UW-Green Bay. Posted 29 points, nine rebounds, and four assists per game as a junior.
F(Madison Memorial) – Jr.
Averaged 19 points and eight rebounds per game as a sophomore. Led a very young Memorial squad to 13 wins.
F(Oshkosh North) – So.
Averaged 22 points, eight rebounds, and three assists per game as a freshman. Helped lead the Spartans to a 19-8 overall record.
G(Madison La Follette) – Sr.
Led the Lancers to a 19-5 record and a Big Eight title as a junior. Averaged 14 ppg. Committed to Augustana.
G(Kettle Moraine) – Jr.
Averaged 23 points per game as a sophomore. Led the Lasers to 14 wins.
G(Bay Port) – Sr.
Helped lead the Pirates to 14 wins as a junior. Averaged 17 points and three assists per game.
G(Arrowhead) – Jr.
Key piece to a Warhawk squad that won 19 games in 2021-22. Averaged 15 points, six rebounds, and two assists per game.
G(Sussex Hamilton) – Sr.
Averaged 22 points per game as a junior. Led Hamilton to 14 wins in 2021-22.
F(Marquette) – Jr.
Posted 15 points and three assists per game as a sophomore.
F(Oshkosh North) – Jr.
Averaged 20 points and five rebounds per game. Helped lead the Spartans to a 19-8 record as a sophomore.
F(De Pere) – Jr.
Averaged 18 points and six rebounds per game as a sophomore on a 25-3 Redbird squad.
F(West Allis Hale) – Sr.
Averaged 19 points, six rebounds, and two assists per game as a junior.
F(Brookfield Central) – Jr.
Averaged 13 points and seven rebounds per game as a sophomore. Helped lead Central to a runner-up finish in Division 1.
Honorable Mention:(Appleton East), (Neenah), (Fond Du Lac), (Kimberly), (Verona), (West Allis Hale), (Madison La Follette), (Milwaukee Hamilton), Will Garnder (Franklin), (Waukesha South), (Racine Case), (Arrowhead), (Appleton West), (Hortonville), (Marshfield), (Wisconsin Rapids), (De Pere), (Bay Port), Thomas Michaels (Green Bay Preble), (Madison Memorial), (Sun Prairie West), (Kenosha Tremper), Ta’Quarian Tribune (Milwaukee Pulaski/Carmen), (Muskego), (Milwaukee King), (Homestead), (Kenosha Indian Trail), Max Tutas (Sheboygan North), (Milwaukee Riverside), (Mukwonago), (Brookfield East), (Appleton East), (Green Bay Southwest)
Kinziger was denied a trip to the state tournament by Menomonee Falls last season. He’s going to come into the winter with a chip on his shoulder and another loaded roster around him. Kinziger might be known for his shooting, but he’s a much more well-rounded player, specifically defensively, than he gets credit for.
TOUGHEST TO LEAVE OUT:
Struggled with this one a lot. Came down to not being able to take anybody out. Schmainda averaged 17 points and three assists per game as a junior. With Dan Gherezgher having moved on, Schmainda’s numbers could explode. If the Spartans can bolster their 12-14 record from a year ago, Schmainda is probably a safe bet to make the postseason list.
He might not lead La Follette in scoring, but Lomack could be the straw that stirs the drink for what’s expected to be a very good Lancer squad. A big, strong point guard that can get downhill and create for himself and others, Lomack is coming off a very good summer and is a big reason why La Follette could be even better than their 19-5 season a year ago. If the Lancers can repeat as Big Eight champs and make it deep into March, there’s room for two La Follette guards on this list.
Runner-up:, Max Tutas
PLAYER NOT ON THE LIST TO WATCH:
This is probably a rebuilding year for Eau Claire Memorial, who lost their top three scorers from 2021-22, all college prospects as well. Jesperson averaged six points per game and nailed 44 triples as a freshman. Over the summer, he established himself as a top 10-12 prospect in a deep 2025 class in Wisconsin.
Runner-up: Reid Tengbland (Holmen),(Sussex Hamilton), (Franklin), Jonathan O’Neil (Kaukauna)