'Shooting Stars' actors | Here's who plays who in LeBron James movie on Peacock

St. Vincent-St. Mary High School basketball coach Dru Joyce II (third from right) is joined by (from left) LeBron James, Sian Cotton, Dru Joyce III, Romeo Travis and Willie McGee after the dedication ceremony to name STVM's court Coach Dru Joyce Court at LeBron James Arena, Sunday, July 24, 2022.

“Shooting Stars” details the high school years of a group of championship basketball players known to much of Akron.

Three state and one national championship ensures that Sian Cotton, LeBron James, Dru Joyce III, Willie McGee and Romeo Travis will remain local heroes and legends. The Fab Five, as they came to be known, also enjoyed success after high school.

Here’s what’s up with them and their St. Vincent-St. Mary head coaches, as well as a look at the actors who portray them in “Shooting Stars,” which airs on Peacock beginning Friday.

Marquis “Mookie” Cook as LeBron James in "Shooting Stars," directed by Chris Robinson.

Oregon basketball recruit Marquis 'Mookie' Cook portrays LeBron James

James' accomplishments since high school are many. A few of the most notable NBA ones are four championships, three MVPs and passing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar earlier this year to break the league’s scoring record. All of his friends were there for the last.

Cook looks the part of basketball player in the film because he's a five-star recruit who signed a national letter of intent to play at Oregon beginning next season.

Dru Joyce III, now a coach at Duquesne, poses for a photo in his office when he coached at Cleveland State, Friday, Feb. 21, 2020.

'Stranger Things' actor Caleb McLaughlin portrays Dru Joyce III

Joyce III went on to play for Keith Dambrot at the University of Akron, where he still holds some records. He enjoyed success playing professional ball overseas and has entered the coaching ranks, following in his father’s footsteps. He coached at Cleveland State and is now on Dambrot’s staff at Duquesne in Pittsburgh.

McLaughlin is best known for his role as Lucas Sinclair on the Netflix series “Stranger Things.” The 21-year-old has acted on stage as Young Simba in the Broadway production of “The Lion King” and in films.

Sian Cotton (Khalil Everage), Dru Joyce III (Caleb McLaughlin) and LeBron James (Marquis “Mookie” Cook) in "Shooting Stars," directed by Chris Robinson.

Actor Khalil Everage portrays Sian Cotton

Cotton is the defensive line coach for the Irish at his alma mater, St. Vincent-St. Mary.

Everage worked with Anthony Anderson in the Netflix movie “Beats,” which was helmed by “Shooting Stars” director Chris Robinson.

Actor Avery Serell Wills Jr. portrays Willie McGee

McGee served as athletic director at STVM until last July, when he left for a position with the LeBron James Family Foundation.

Wills can be seen in the Apple TV+ series “Swagger,” which looks at NBA superstar Kevin Durant’s experiences playing Amateur Athletic Union basketball.

From left in gold, Willie McGee (Avery S. Wills Jr.), Romeo Travis (Scoot Henderson) and LeBron James (Marquis “Mookie” Cook) in "Shooting Stars," directed by Chris Robinson.

NBA Draft prospect Sterling 'Scoot' Henderson portrays Romeo Travis

After starring in college at Akron for Dambrot, Travis played overseas for more than a decade. He served as Dru Joyce II’s assistant at STVM last season and owns a real estate company and began his own clothing line — Fresh Produce. He recently ran into legal trouble, pleading guilty to tax, wire fraud charges in March.

Henderson is expected to be an early selection in the upcoming NBA Draft after a season with NBA G-League Ignite.

LeBron James shares a laugh with his former coach Dru Joyce II after the dedication ceremony to name the court Coach Dru Joyce Court at LeBron James Arena at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, Sunday, July 24, 2022.

'Wire' actor Wood Harris portrays Dru Joyce II

Dru Joyce II will go down as a legend in Ohio high school basketball coaching, having won seven state titles. His coaching prowess obviously was not just about the Fab Five, with six titles coming since James graduated.

Harris is known to audiences for years of work on the film and television screen in movies such as the “Creed” films, “Remember the Titans” and the HBO classic “The Wire.”

Akron men's basketball coach Keith Dambrot talks to his team during a timeout in the Zips' 68-56 victory over Central Michigan, Feb. 5, 2013.

Actor Dermot Mulroney portrays Keith Dambrot

Dambrot went on to coach 13 seasons at the University of Akron, where he remains the program’s winningest coach. He left in 2017 for Duquesne, where he still coaches.

Mulroney has acted in movies such as “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” “Young Guns” and “Zodiac.” He also has an extensive list of television credits.

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