Player of the Year

Dayshawn Reynolds

Atlantic City

6-foot-1, Sr., G

Led the Vikings to the Cape-Atlantic League and state Group IV championships and a school-record 30 wins. Reynolds averaged 10.6 points, 3.7 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.2 steals. He has verbally committed to play football at Temple University in Philadelphia.

First team

Jahleem Montague

Atlantic City

6-8, Sr., C

Montague played the season with an injured knee. Still, he averaged 9.9 points and 5.9 rebounds. Montague could impact a game without scoring. He was at his best in the postseason, averaging 12.7 points in 11 postseason games.

Ga-briel Chandler

Atlantic City

6-4, Sr., F

Chandler led the Vikings in scoring with an 11.1 average. Chandler seemed to always make the smart play for the Vikings. He averaged 6.6 rebounds. A number of Division III schools, including Stockton, are recruiting Chandler.

Tom Feraco

Middle Township

6-1, Sr., F

Feraco led the Panthers in scoring (13.5 ppg), assists (3.8 ppg) and rebounds (4.4 ppg). Middle finished 21-7, reaching the Cape-Atlantic League final and South Jersey Group II semifinal.

Christian Mortellite

Hammonton

6-4, Sr., F

Mortellite averaged 22.1 points and led Hammonton to 21 wins - the second highest total in school history. He also averaged five rebounds and 3.5 assists. Mortellite finished with 1,602 career points.

Michael Greenman

St. Augustine Prep

5-9, Sr., G.

The point guard dribbled up the floor on almost every possession for the Hermits, who finished 23-6. Greenman led the Hermits in scoring (13.2 ppg), assists (5.1 apg) steals (47) and 3-pointers (60). He will continue his career at Williams College, a Division III national power in Massachusetts.

Second team

Paul Moore

Holy Spirit

6-1, Sr., G

Moore averaged 15.6 points and four assists per game.

Isiah Graves

Atlantic City

6-3, Jr., G

Graves averaged 10.3 points and is an excellent defender.

Mike Gesicki

Southern Regional

6-5, Jr., F

Gesicki has 1,336 career points. He averaged 19.6 points, 11.7 rebounds and 4.3 blocks.

Francis Christian

Wildwood

6-1, Sr., G

Christian averaged 20.6 points and 6.3 assists. He finished with 1,525 career points. A number of Division III colleges are recruiting Christian.

Ed McWade

Wildwood Catholic

6-4, Jr., F

McWade averaged 18.5 points and 10 rebounds. He has 1,013 career points.

Khari Harley

Egg Harbor Township

6-7, Sr., F

Harley averaged 18.4 points. He scored 32 against Atlantic City in a CAL playoff game.

Third team

Darrell Shelton

Middle Township

5-10, Sr., G

Junior Saintel

Holy Spirit

6-6, Jr., F

David Sullivan

St. Augustine Prep

6-2, Sr., G

Michael Holloway

Sacred Heart

6-6, So., C

Dennis White

Atlantic City

6-5, Jr., F

Neil Peters

Pleasantville

6-4, Sr., F

Honorable Mention

Dzja Chase

Atlantic City

Nazir Williams

Bridgeton

Trayvond Barbary

Buena Regional

Jake Heminway

Cape May Tech

Jacob Knight

Cedar Creek

Trey Jones

Egg Harbor Township

Tom Catanoso

Middle Township

Bishop Evans

Millville

Isaiah Price

Oakcrest

Ryan Laverty

Ocean City

Khyle-Lee Williams

Sacred Heart

Blake Rossell

St. Augustine Prep

Ben Mitchell

St. Joseph

Zach Policastro

Southern Regional

Jordan Robertson

and George Cook

Wildwood Catholic