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March 27, 2012

All Southern Section Basketball First and Second Teams


PG: Gabe York, Orange Lutheran Sr.

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.

SG: Katin Reinhardt, Mater Dei Sr.

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.

SF: Roschon Prince, Long Beach Poly Jr.

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.

PF: Skylar Spencer, Price Sr.

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.

C: Grant Jerrett, La Verne Lutheran Sr.

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.


PG: Jordan McLaughlin, Etiwanda So.

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.

SG: Marqueze Coleman, Alemany Sr.

The 6-foot-4 Coleman has no holes in his game, and averaged 21 points, 7 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game this season, and connected on 53 3-pointers.

SF: Xavier Johnson, Mater Dei Sr.

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.

C: Zena Edosomwan, Harvard-Westlake Jr.

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.

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