2020-21 Detroit News All-Metro Detroit boys basketball teams

David Goricki selects the top boys basketball players from the four Metro Detroit…

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First team


6-5, Sr., G, Detroit Douglass

Brooks II capped off his career in style, earning the title of Mr. Basketball while leading Douglass to its first state championship. He averaged 33.1 points, 10.7 rebounds, 4.7 assists, 2.3 steals and 1.4 blocks, contributing a double-double (15 points, 11 rebounds), along with five assists in a 47-41 Division 4 state title win over Wyoming Tri-unity Christian.

“Pierre contributed in every way possible this year,” said coach Pierre Brooks, Pierre’s father. “Whatever defensive scheme you can think of, he saw it. He still managed to average over 33 points in the process. In the state playoffs, he didn’t sub out one single second and that just illustrates the importance he had to our team.”

Brooks II will play next year at Michigan State.


6-0, Jr., G, Detroit Pershing

Hill had an outstanding junior season, averaging 30 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals to help Pershing reach the PSL championship game.

“He wants to be great, so he pushes himself to the max day in and day out, and his motor and work ethic is one of the best I’ve witnessed,” said Pershing coach Shawn Hill, Tharren’s father. “He’s a student of the game and studies attitudes of champions and steals moves and footwork from his idols.”

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6-6, Sr., F, Detroit Edison

Hughes was a physical inside presence who could also make the perimeter shot, averaging 12 points and 8.8 rebounds for a strong Edison team which was knocked out of the state tournament in the districts due to COVID issues.

“All he knows is how to play hard and max out on energy and effort in practice and in games,” coach Bo Neely said.


6-2, Jr., G, Detroit King

Willis showed he is one of the premier point guards in the state, averaging 21.5 points, seven assists, five rebounds and 2.5 steals to lead King to the PSL title.

“What makes Chansey so special is his unique ability to score at a high level while being a true point guard,” coach George Ward said. “His ability to get to wherever he wants on the floor makes him almost unguardable.”


6-0, So., G, U-D Jesuit

Wilson wanted the ball in his hands with the game on the line, scoring off driving layups in the final seconds for the difference in a pair of wins over Birmingham Brother Rice, then a four-point play (3-pointer and free throw) to force overtime in an eventual double-overtime win over Oak Park in the postseason. He averaged 18.8 points, 7.3 rebounds, 6.9 assists and 2.6 steals to help U-D Jesuit to Catholic League and district titles.

“As a sophomore guard, Sonny led our team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals,” coach Pat Donnelly said. “His efforts helped U of D Jesuit to a 12-1 record, its eighth Catholic League title in nine years and its eighth straight district title. He also displayed some heroics, hitting multiple game-winning shots throughout the course of the season.”

Coach of the Year

PIERRE BROOKS, Detroit Douglass

Brooks guided Douglass to its first state championship with a win over Wyoming Tri-unity Christian in the Division 4 title game at Breslin Center to finish 17-5.

“It’s an honor to be recognized as Coach of the Year, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t give credit to my staff for their countless hours of sacrifice to help the young men of Frederick Douglass,” Brooks said. “It also helps to have great support from our principal, Dr. Willie White, who comes to every game to cheer our young men on. He has really helped to establish a championship culture at Douglass on and off the court.”

Second team

Rylan Bowens, 6-6, Jr., F, Detroit Cass Tech; Juwan Maxey, 6-0, Jr., G, Detroit Renaissance; Javantae Randle, 6-10, Sr., C, Detroit Douglass; Charles Turner, 6-4, Jr., G-F, U-D Jesuit; Omar Zeigler, 6-4, Sr., G-F, Detroit King.

Third team

Karon Allen, 6-3, Jr., G-F, Detroit Southeastern; Mario Hill, 6-0, Sr., G, Detroit Henry Ford; Tyler Lowrey, 5-10, Fr., G, Detroit University Prep; Davin Walker, 6-3, Sr., G, Detroit King; Keoni Ware, 6-1, Sr., G, Detroit Cody.

Honorable mention

Ralph Bland, Detroit Edison; Alonzo Fears, Detroit Cristo Rey; Anthony Garrett, Detroit Loyola; Anthony Harris, Detroit Denby; Jeremiah Henderson, Detroit CMA; Devon Howard, Detroit Mumford; Eric James, Detroit Cristo Rey; Dashawn Martin, Detroit Loyola; Ryan Martin, Detroit Loyola; Chris Mutebi, U-D Jesuit; Carlos Paul, Detroit Cornerstone; Robert Robinson, East English; Amare Stevens, Detroit Loyola; Jordon Taylor, Detroit Cristo Rey; Gelil Ward, Detroit King; Jayden Wilson, Detroit Cristo Rey; Omar Ziegler, Detroit King.


First team


6-2, Jr., G, Ferndale

Drake led Ferndale to the Oakland Activities Association Red championship and a Division 2 state semifinal appearance, averaging 18 points, six rebounds and five assists. He was at his best in big games, scoring 30 in an overtime win over Croswell-Lexington in the state quarterfinals, then 27 in the first three quarters of the state semifinal game to give Ferndale the lead over Grand Rapids Catholic Central before an eventual loss.

“I was impressed with Deuce this year, especially given the fact that this was his first year with us,” coach Juan Rickman said of Drake, who transferred from Orchard Lake St. Mary’s. “He had to learn so much in such a small time, and is still learning. He does a great job using his speed and strength to get to where he wants on the floor and combined with his scoring ability makes him a tough matchup for opponents. In addition, I thought he did a good job responding as we challenged him to lead and play harder.”


6-9, Sr., F, North Farmington

Jihad had a strong senior season, averaging 18 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks to help North Farmington to a 7-2 record.

“He could score from any position on the floor, (and) started to really come into his own as the year went on,” coach Todd Negoshian said. “He has a huge upside.”

Jihad will play next year at Ball State.


6-3, Sr., G, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s

Roper was a Mr. Basketball finalist, living up to being one of the top players in the state by averaging 20.2 points and 10.1 rebounds to lead St. Mary’s to a 14-1 record and a No. 1 ranking by The News before a state quarterfinal loss to eventual Division 1 state champion Grand Blanc.

“Julian’s tremendous work ethic is every coach’s dream,” coach Todd Covert said. “His offensive skills are obvious, but he is probably the best defender to play at St. Mary’s in the past 20 years.”

Roper will play next year at Northwestern.


6-5, So., F, Birmingham Brother Rice

Thomas was a dominant force during his sophomore year, averaging 15.3 points and 7.6 rebounds, shooting 54.2% from the field to help Brother Rice reach the Catholic League final for the first time since 1999, scoring 31 points with 12 rebounds in the 64-62 loss to U-D Jesuit.

“As Xavier continues to develop, he has a chance to become the most dominant player in the state,” coach Rick Palmer said. “His 31-and-12 performance in the CHSL championship game was a preview of what he is capable of.”


6-3, Jr., G, Clarkston

Wasilk was the lone returner from Clarkston’s dominant trio of a year ago when it showcased 7-foot Matt Nicholson and sharpshooting guard Fletcher Loyer, and after Nicholson graduated and moved on to Northwestern and Loyer transferred to Homestead High in Indiana, Wasilk averaged 13 points, 6.7 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 2.6 steals to lead Clarkston to a 14-4 record.

“Keegan is a hard-nosed, no-nonsense, tough-minded competitor,” said coach Tim Wasilk, who is Keegan’s uncle. “He’s our team leader, captain and has a high basketball IQ. Keegan is exceptional at controlling the pace of the game through the point guard position. He is excellent at driving to the basket, creating for his teammates and finishing around the basket. He is our best defensive player and a great rebounder, leading us to a 52-8 record during the past three years.”

Coach of the Year


Rickman guided Ferndale to its first state semifinal appearance since 1985 and the OAA Red title, ending Clarkston’s run of 13 straight league championships.

“I believe us winning a ton this season is just a byproduct of our culture,” Rickman said. “We put a lot of emphasis on work ethic, communication, leadership and accountability. Overall, even though we enjoyed the season, it was tough given the pandemic and protocols, so my hat goes off to our kids, parents, coaches, teachers and administrators. We couldn’t have gotten as far without their support, which is likely the case with most programs in our state.”

Second team

Brody Parker, 6-0, Sr., G, Troy; Kareem Rozier, 5-8, Jr., G, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s; Trevor Smith, 6-2, Sr., G, Rochester Hills Stoney Creek; Will Smythe, 6-3, Sr., G, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s; Curtis Williams, 6-5, So., G, Birmingham Brother Rice.

Third team

Johnathan Blackwell, 6-4, So., G, Birmingham Brother Rice; Cooper Craggs, 6-8, Jr., F, Detroit Catholic Central; Ethan Emerzian, 6-1, Sr., G, Troy; Deon Hayes, 6-3, Sr., G, North Farmington; Treyvon Lewis, 6-5, Jr., G, Ferndale.

Honorable mention

Kareem Aburashed, Detroit Country Day; Noah Adamczyk, Bloomfield Hills; Dallas Armstrong, Brighton; Carter Bandemer, Howell; Caleb Banks, Southfield A&T; Bryce Bird, South Lyon East; Louis Bowes, Rochester; Spencer Bulthuis, Hartland; Mack Burmeister, Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest; Mason Canfield, Bloomfield Hills; Juan Claudio, Waterford Mott; Bennie Crenshaw, Waterford Kettering; Jack Crighton, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s; Dominic Cross, Clarkston Everest Collegiate; Jonny Cross, Birmingham Seaholm; Lucas Cross, Clarkston Everest Collegiate; Malik Davis, Madison Heights Madison; Robert Davis, Farmington; Eric Dean, Walled Lake Western; Jacob Dell, Howell; Desmond Denham, Madison Heights Madison; Mike DePillo, Clarkston; Zander Desentz, South Lyon East; Lucas Doty, South Lyon; Owen Ehman, Brighton; Shane Ells, White Lake Lakeland; Zac Foster, Clawson; Quinn Fracassi, South Lyon; Cam Garner, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook; Bryce Hall, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook; Kyle Hamlin, Hartland; Ashton Henderson, Oak Park; Keon Henderson, Oak Park; Dylan Hoffmann, Royal Oak; Michael Huiskens, Madison Heights Bishop Foley; Ryan Hurst, West Bloomfield;  Armaan Hussaini, Rochester; Hussein Ismail, Dearborn Heights Crestwood; Max Jebson, Novi Christian; Adam Jones, Howell; Brennan Jones, Lake Orion; Shawn Jones, Pontiac; Quentin Jones, Madison Heights Madison; Michael Justice, Troy Athens; Joey Kennedy, Madison Heights Bishop Foley; Adam Kidder, Madison Heights Bishop Foley; Malcolm King, Southfield Christian; Michael Kramer, Brighton; Cole Lamberger, Hartland; Jack Lasceski, Clarkston Everest Collegiate; Octave Lawrence, Pontiac; Jesse Lawson, Walled Lake Northern; Daniel Lee, Birmingham Groves; Sam Lewis, Milford; Trey Lewis, Ferndale; Chas Lewless, Detroit Catholic Central; Bryce Lubin, Novi; Keith McAllister, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian; Michael McGrath, Clarkston Everest Collegiate; Colin Miles, Novi Christian; Justice Mims, Rochester Adams; Mason Mulholland, Oxford; Rafael Murrey, Walled Lake Central; TJ Nadeau, Detroit Catholic Central; Jeremy Neal, Auburn Hills Avondale; Johnny Nedwick, Clarkston Everest Collegiate; Adam Noteman, Detroit Catholic Central; Peter Nwoke, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s; Jack Olis, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep; Ryan Opre, Brighton; Cole Pardon, Ortonvillle Brandon; Verian Patrick, Southfield Christian; Lake Patterson, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian; Miles Pistner, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook; Ben Plunkey, Royal Oak Shrine; Ky-Linn Price, Hazel Park; Alex Reiter, Rochester Hills Stoney Creek; Alden Ritt, Lake Orion; Kevyn Robertson, Walled Lake Northern; JonMarcus Roland, U-D Jesuit; Stephen Ruhle, Royal Oak Shrine; Jordan Sebagh, Troy Athens; Daniel Siminski, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian; Jy Smith, Auburn Hills Avondale; Matt Stone, Rochester; Jordan Taylor, Southfield Bradford; Dylan Teeling, Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest; Joey Thibodeau, Clarkston Everest Collegiate; Jacob Thomas, Berkley; Jacob Thorton, Troy Athens; Jonathan Ursuy, Rochester Adams; Arshad Walker, Berkley; Holtie Ware, Waterford Lakes; KJ Whitman, Madison Heights Lamphere; Drake Willenborg, South Lyon East; Jackson Zeiter, Madison Heights Bishop Foley; Caleb Zurek, White Lake Lakeland.


First team


6-3, So., G, Hamtramck

Allen was a sophomore sensation running Hamtramck’s offense, averaging 13 points, eight rebounds, five assists and four steals to lead his team to the Michigan Metro championship, including a pair of wins over perennial state power River Rouge.

“Amari is a coach’s dream,” coach Dennis Foster said. “He’s a wonderful person, first and foremost, He’s very coachable and always eager to learn. He’s competitive and he does things you don’t expect from a young player. He’s gotten extremely consistent defensively and quietly has become one of our top defenders this year.”


6-1, Sr., G, Macomb Dakota

Hines had a strong senior season, taking the leadership role over from Ryan Rollins who was Mid-American Conference Freshman of the Year at Toledo, and averaged 25.5 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals to lead Dakota to the Macomb Area Conference Red championship.

“Josh is a special player that can flat-out score the basketball,” coach Paul Tocco said. “He found ways to get his teammates involved when teams would double him and trap him. He was a good teammate.”


6-1, Sr., G, Warren De La Salle

Holder averaged 17.7 points and 3.6 assists to lead De La Salle to a Division 1 state semifinal appearance.

“Linden is as mentally and physically tough of a player that you will find and that loves to compete,” coach Gjon Djokaj said. “Linden’s biggest strength is his consistency in all areas of the game. He is dedicated to individual improvement through a team setting, and that’s why teammates love to play with him. It’s also why he’s had so much success as a player while winning at a high level.”


6-4, So., G, Port Huron Northern

Jamison played at a high level at both ends of the floor as a sophomore, averaging 24.2 points, 11.4 rebounds and 6.4 assists, shooting 52% from the field and 36% from 3-point range to help Northern reach the district finals, a loss to Macomb Dakota when he had 34 points and 18 rebounds.

“Tyler plays with a really high motor and constantly makes the right basketball play,” said coach Brian Jamison, Tyler’s father. “Not only can he score in a multitude of ways, but he is a willing passer who plays both ends of the floor. In addition to these traits, he has a tireless work ethic and is constantly looking for ways to improve his game.”

Jamison, who has a 4.5 grade-point-average, has offers from MAC, Patriot and Horizon League schools.


6-4, Sr., G-F, Harper Woods Chandler Park

Randall averaged 18 points and six rebounds to help Chandler Park to a 16-2 record, getting a double-double (20 points, 10 rebounds) in a Charter League tournament semifinal win over Detroit Edison, and scoring 21 in the league tournament championship win over Romulus Summit Academy. Chandler Park got knocked out of the state tournament prior to the regional title game because of COVID issues.

Coach of the Year

GJON DJOKAJ, Warren De La Salle

Djokaj guided De La Salle to the Division 1 state semifinals in his first year at the school, going 12-4 after last year’s 13-8 record (2-6 Catholic).

“This group has dedicated so much time, energy and effort into creating our own culture, creating our new identity and from the rip they’ve bought in, and I couldn’t be happier to win with this team and I couldn’t be happier to lose with this team. I love every single one of these guys,” Djokaj said of his team, which created problems defensively and could score from attacking the basket or knocking down perimeter shots.

Second team

Tamario Adley, 6-2, Jr., G, Harper Woods Chandler Park; Anthony Benard, 6-0, So., G, Grosse Pointe South; Nino Smith, 6-0, So., G, Warren De La Salle; Javier Whitaker, 5-10, Sr., G, Hamtramck; Brent Wiles, 6-4, Sr., F, New Haven.

Third team

Will Johnson, 6-3, Jr., G, Grosse Pointe South; Hershel Marion, 5-10, Jr., G, Hamtramck; Caleb Reese, 5-10, Jr., G, Warren De La Salle; D’Marco Singleton, 6-2, Sr., G, Marysville; Tymias Williams, 6-6, Jr., F, Macomb Dakota.

Honorable mention

Angelo Adams, Fraser; Adam Ayrault, Grosse Pointe North; Kumauri Bennett, Eastpointe; Donavan Brownlee, Warren Woods Tower; Mason Campbell, Sterling Heights Parkway; Micheal Clark, Grosse Pointe Woods Liggett; Preston Crum, Utica Eisenhower; Larry DeDalis, Marine City Cardinal Mooney; Cass Dobrowolski, Port Huron Northern; Carson Dych, Warren Cousino; Kevin Everhart, Marine City Cardinal Mooney; Keyondre Gamez, New Haven; Sam Grace, Utica Eisenhower; Ryan Greenberg, New Baltimore Anchor Bay; Cephus Harris, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley; Tommy Hessburg, Grosse Pointe South; Austin Hosmer, Sterling Heights Parkway; Emmanuel Hunter, New Haven; Jason Hunter, Roseville; Terrance Hurt, Grosse Pointe Woods Liggett; Jalen Jackson, St. Clair Shores Lake Shore; Antonio Johnson, Clinton Township Clintondale; Nick Johnson, Warren Collegiate; Luc Julio, Marine City Cardinal Mooney; Timothy Kewley, Romeo; Chris Kyles, Warren Woods Tower; Parker Lewis, Imlay City; Devin Lilly, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley; Jemari Mack, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North; Ethan Mair, Macomb Dakota; Giorgio Malkoun, Grosse Pointe Woods Liggett; Mak Manciel, Sterling Heights Stevenson; Jackson McHale, Utica Eisenhower; Ryan McNeill, Port Huron Northern; Mikoy Mekeer, Eastpointe; Andrew Messina, St. Clair Shores Lakeview; Ty Messner, Romeo; Michell Monahan, Macomb Lutheran North; Rory Montreuil, Utica; Elijah Moore, St. Clair Shores Lake Shore; Jace Mullins, Port Huron; Benn Narr, Macomb Lutheran North; Triston Nichols, Warren De La Salle; Nick Olmeda, St. Clair Shores Lake Shore; Ahmaryon Rice, Center Line; Matthew Ritter, St. Clair Shores Lakeview; Joey Savel, Almont; Isaiah Sewell, Warren Fitzgerald; Jordan Shepherd, Grosse Pointe North; Lucas Shock, St. Clair Shores Lakeview; Lawrence Smafield, Marysville; Karl Stevens, Richmond; John Stricker, Sterling Heights Parkway; Keelan Stricklen, Eastpointe; Cameron Strong, Grosse Pointe Woods Liggett; Stephen Teasley, Warren Lincoln; Tayshawn Trent, Eastpointe; Jamahl Trice, Warren Lincoln; Darnell Turner, Center Line; Keymon Wade, Center Line; Wyatt Walker, Marine City; Artez Weathington, St. Clair Shores South Lake; Trey West, Warren Fitzgerald; Jalen Wilburn, Sterling Heights Parkway; Caron Williams, Harrison Township L’Anse Creuse; Evan Woodard, Marysville.


First team


6-8, Sr., F, River Rouge

Geeter was a Mr. Basketball finalist, averaging 22 points and 12 rebounds to lead River Rouge to a Division 1 state quarterfinal appearance. He was a dominant inside force and extended his game to knock down the 3-pointer, showing his ability with a 32-point, 20-rebound performance in a regional semifinal win over Dearborn Divine Child. He will play next year at Providence.


6-2, So., G, Ypsilanti Lincoln

Green carried the torch after the departure of former Lincoln teammate Emoni Bates to a prep school. Green averaged 18.6 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.2 steals to lead his team to a 10-3 record.

“Braelon Green is a special player because he was the only returning starter and was able to lead our team to a 10-3 record on the season,” coach Jesse Davis said of Lincoln losing six players who transferred to other schools. “His athleticism and ability to impact the game on both sides of the ball is what truly makes him a special player.”


6-6, Sr., G, Ann Arbor Huron

Lewis was the catalyst of Huron’s talented team the last several years, sacrificing his own numbers for his team’s success with multiple high-level players joining him for long tournament runs, including a trip to the Division 1 state championship game this season and a win over Emoni Bates and defending state champion Ypsilanti Lincoln last year.

“Julian is a special player,” coach Waleed Samaha said. “His talent and skill are surpassed by his toughness and character. He is an elite defender, plays with a very high motor on the glass, and has a high IQ on offense. While he is a threat to score from anywhere on the floor, he is a willing passer who looks for open teammates. He averaged 12 points, seven rebounds and three assists and his individual numbers do not jump off the page because he was more interested and committed to winning.”

Lewis will play next year at William & Mary.


6-2, Jr., G, Romulus Summit Academy

Lovejoy showcased his all-around ability by averaging 23 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists and four steals to lead Summit Academy to a 20-2 record and its first Charter League and regional championships.

“I’m so proud of how he has developed into a complete player,” coach Mark Brown said. “He showed his ability to make teammates better and propel Summit Academy into a championship contender.”


6-2, So., G, Ecorse

Olafioye could score in big numbers, averaging 27.2 points, six rebounds and five assists to help Ecorse to a 12-4 record. He owns multiple offers, including Houston, Georgetown and Rhode Island.

“Malik works just as hard on the court as he does off the court,” coach Gerrod Abram said. “He is a century talent in my opinion and has over 15 Division 1 offers. Malik is also currently ranked via prep hoops as the No. 1 sophomore overall for the state of Michigan. I asked Malik to do everything for us in order for us to have success as a team, and he’s done that for two seasons in a row.”

Coach of the Year

WALEED SAMAHA, Ann Arbor Huron

Samaha guided Huron to an Southeastern Conference Red title, a No. 2 ranking by The News and a 20-0 record with district and regional championships before a loss to Grand Blanc in the Division 1 state championship game at the Breslin Center.

“This was one of the best teams we’ve had here at Huron,” said Samaha, who guided Huron to the 2010 Class A state title game, a loss to Kalamazoo Central. “They were a group of young men committed to each other and a common goal. While we didn’t achieve the ultimate goal, we overcame incredible challenges along the way and had a great season. We graduate nine seniors, and eight will play college basketball and one will play college football. This team achieved excellence on the court, earned academic honors and filled our school and community with pride.”

Second team

Jackson Barath, 6-4, Sr., G, Monroe Jefferson; Malcolm Clements, 6-3, Sr., G, Ypsilanti Arbor Prep; Tyson Edmondson, 6-5, Sr., G, Ann Arbor Huron; Andrew Iaquaniello, 6-2, Sr., G, Dearborn Divine Child; Devin Womack, 6-2, Sr., G, Ann Arbor Huron.

Third team

Gabe Damey, 6-1, Sr., G, Ypsilanti Lincoln; Keyshawn Devlin, 6-1, Sr., G, River Rouge; DaJon Johnson, 5-9, Jr., G, Belleville; Kingsley Perkins, 6-7, Sr., F, Ann Arbor Huron; Elisha Warren, 6-1, Jr., G, Woodhaven.

Honorable mention

Abedalrahman Abu-Zahrah, Dearborn; Braylon Allison, Redford Union; Mokhtar Alomari, Melvindale; Chibi Anwunah, Plymouth Christian; Jordan Barbee, Woodhaven; Tim Barno, Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central; Ethan Baugh, Allen Park; Ali Bazzi, Dearborn Heights Crestwood; Brock Beaudrie, Trenton; Kahlil Bedford, Redford Thurston; Gannon Blair, Dearborn Divine Child; Antheis Bolden, Melvindale; Roy Butler, Wayne Memorial; Michael Calhoun, Riverview Gabriel Richard; Roderick Campbell, Dearborn Heights Annapolis; Chris Chavey, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard; Darquis Daniels, Redford Union; Daiek Drew, Riverview Gabriel Richard; Nathan Etnyre, Plymouth Christian; Jailyn Evans, Redford Thurston; Cooper Fairman, Saline; Jordan Fansler, Chelsea; Chad Fisher, Dearborn Heights Annapolis; JP Fredericks, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard; Alex Gillum, Flat Rock; Adam Goins, Carleton Airport; Brae’yon Grantham, Romulus; Lucas Hanifan, Chelsea; Lucas Henderson, Ypsilanti; Mike Holdsclaw, Riverview Gabriel Richard; Jack Huddy, Northville; Kevion Irby, Dearborn Edsel Ford; Jett Isaacs, Milan; A’Mareon Jackson, Livonia Churchill; Jamel Johnson, Romulus Summit Academy; Kevin Johnson, Allen Park Cabrini; Mario Johnson, Belleville; Daveon Jones, Southgate Anderson; Jagger Kilburg, Riverview; Finn Klein, Ann Arbor Greenhills; Patrick Kombo, Ypsilanti Arbor Prep; Lukas Ledingham, Monroe Jefferson; Jake Leone, Carleton Airport; Tanner Locke, Salem; Michael Madrigal, Grosse Ile; Cyrus Marks, Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central; Jacob Mars, Livonia Stevenson; Jamil Mashhour, Dearborn; Nassim Mashhour, Dearborn; Lake McIntosh, Canton; Luke Merchant, Livonia Stevenson; Chase Molnar, New Boston Huron; Nick Morgan, Taylor; Keegan Mott, Grosse Ile; Jimari Moultrie, Riverview; Malik Nassor, Belleville; MRE Neal, Riverview; Ethan Orleans, Carleton Airport; Trayvon Parker, Belleville; Cornell Perry, Woodhaven; Denim Ray-Barrow, Redford Union; Brett Rudolph, Northville; Ethan Saenz, Wyandotte; Mohammad Sayed, Dearborn Fordson; Evan Schalte, Plymouth Christian; Dontez Scott, Romulus Summit Academy; Daion Sheffield, Taylor; Isaac Smith, New Boston Huron; Norman Smith, Carleton Airport; Mohamed Sobh, Dearborn Heights Crestwood; Jason Steward, Plymouth; Deangelo Stoxsill, Westland Glenn; Nick Szczechowski, Riverview Gabriel Richard; Nathan Sutrick, Plymouth Christian; Tyler Swick, Grosse Ile; Jacob Tenbusch, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard; Zavier Thomason, Romulus; Owen Tomsic, Allen Park Cabrini; Brian Tyler, Westland Glenn; Dom Ufferman, Livonia Franklin; Cole Vickers, Canton; Lorenzo Vitti, Dearborn Divine Child; Bruce Warmann, Canton; Dwayne Watkins, Lincoln Park; Jake Willerer, Northville; Jack Williams, Ann Arbor Skyline; Jaishaun Williams, Gibraltar Carlson; Luke Williams, Livonia Franklin; Kaleb Wilson, Romulus; James Wright, Romulus Summit Academy; Ethan Young, Livonia Stevenson.


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