Damari Milstead SR Moreau Catholic: The NCS Player of the year averaged 25 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals per game.
Jake Wojcik JR Bellarmine: Co-WCAL and CCS Player of the Year was an offensive spark for the Bells. He averaged 15 points per game.
James Akinjo JR Salesian: The dynamic junior guard was the best player on a deep Salesian squad. He contributed 13 points and four assists for the Pride.
Emeka Udenyi SR De La Salle: A physical presence for the Spartans on their road to a second straight NCS Division I title, Udenyi posted nine points and nine rebounds per contest.
Jordan Brown JR Woodcreek: The overall player of the year, Brown averaged 26 points, 15 rebounds and two blocks for the NorCal Open champions.
Elishja Duplechan SR Sheldon: He averaged 18 points per game, including five playoff games of at least 24 points for the NorCal Open Division runner-ups.
Jadé Smith SR St. Joseph: Smith was a stat sheet stuffer at 17 points, nine rebounds, six assists and five steals as the Pilots made their first Open Division appearance.
Logan Johnson JR St. Francis, Mountain View: He was co-player of the year in the WCAL and led the Lancers to the NorCal Division II finals while contributing 18 points per game.
Timmy Falls SR Dublin: The Montana bound guard put up 15 points per game and led Dublin to the EBAL playoff title. He was the league MVP and first-team, All-Bay Area by the Bay Area News Group.
Riley Grigsby JR Mitty: Grigsby’s play keyed Mitty’s late season run to the CCS Open title and a win in the NorCal Open playoffs. He averaged 16 points and eight rebounds.
Tyrell Roberts SR Woodcreek: A key part to the Timberwolves’ season, Roberts was second in scoring at 13 points per game in addition to six assists and two steals.
Zach Chappell JR Capital Christian: Chappell averaged 14 points in helping Capital Christian make a return trip to the Open Division. He scored a season high 38 points against Alemany in the opener.
Souley Boum SR Oakland Tech: San Francisco bound Boum averaged 20 points per game and was named the Oakland/San Francisco Player of the Year.
Niamey Harris SR Mission, San Francisco: Harris was as impactful as anyone down the stretch of the season in leading Mission on its historic state title run
Kyree Walker FR Moreau Catholic: The sensational freshman didn’t take long to acclimate in averaging 21 points, six rebounds and four assists per game for the Mariners.