Player of the Year: Kashawn Dunston
Atlantic City, 6-3, Sr., F
Dunston led the Vikings to the state Group IV championship. The swingman averaged 11.2 points and sank countless big shots for Atlantic City. He averaged 13.4 points in the state tournament. He made 50-of-127 3-pointers during the season. Several Division I junior colleges are recruiting Dunston.
Matt Bosch, Ocean City, 6-2, Sr., F
Averaged 19.3 points and 7.3 rebounds for the Red Raiders, who finished 16-11 and reached the South Jersey Group III semifinals. He shot 52 percent from the field and 71 percent from the foul line. Bosch finished his career with 1,163 career points. He is considering several colleges, including Wheeling Jesuit University, a Division II school in West Virginia.
T-John Casiello, Wildwood Catholic, 5-9, Sr., G
The point guard averaged 13.7 points. A four-year starter, he finished his career with 1,100 points. He sank 85 percent of his foul shots and averaged 5.3 assists and 2.96 steals this season. Casiello plans to play at the University of the Sciences, a Division II college in Philadelphia.
Jahleem Montague, Atlantic City, 6-8, Jr., C
Dominated games with his rebounding and defense. He sank 61 percent of his field-goal attempts. Averaged 9.1 points in the state tournament. He is a Division I college prospect.
Paul Moore, Holy Spirit, 6-1, Jr., G
Averaged 15.5 points. He also averaged three assists and 2.8 rebounds per game. Moore sank 41 percent of his field goal attempts and shot 54-for-169 (31 percent) from 3-point range.
Martel Johnson, Atlantic City, 5-8, Sr., G
A three-year starter, Johnson led the Vikings to the state Group IV title with his head and heart. Averaged 5.6 points in the state tournament, but his value cannot be measured with statistics. He sank several clutch free throws and baskets, including a 3-pointer at the buzzer that forced overtime in the Vikings’ 68-65 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal win over Ewing. Johnson handled the ball almost exclusively for the Vikings and made his teammates better. He is undecided about his college plans.
Lamar Monroe, Absegami, 6-0, Sr., G
Averaged 17.1 points and led the Braves to a 14-9 record. He scored a season-high of 30 points against Atlantic City and had 24 against northern New Jersey power Linden.
Darrell Shelton, Middle Township, 5-10, Jr., G
Averaged 11.7 points for the Panthers, who reached the Cape-Atlantic League Tournament final. Shelton also is a tenacious defender and sank 44-of-113 3-point shots.
Tom Feraco, Middle Township, 6-1, Jr., F
Averaged 11.9 points for Panthers (18-11), who reached the South Jersey Group II semifinals and went undefeated against Cape May County teams. Feraco also averaged 6 rebounds and 2.5 assists.
Tasheen Carrow, Lacey Township, 6-0, Sr., G.
Carrow helped the Lions exceed preseason expectations. He led Lacey to 22 wins and the South Jersey Group III final — the first sectional final appearance in the program’s history.
Zak Barrett, Wildwood, 6-3, Sr., F
Averaged 21.6 points. He scored 27 points to lead Wildwood to an 86-59 playoff win over Camden Charter — the Warriors’ first postseason victory in four years.
Michael Greenman, St. Augustine Prep, 5-8, Jr., G
The point guard averaged 11.1 points for the Hermits, who finished 22-5 and won the CAL National Division. Greenman scored 18 in the Hermits’ win over state Group IV champion Atlantic City, 23 in a victory over Eastern and 16 in a win over South Jersey Group III champion Camden.
Austin Johnson, St. Augustine, 6-5, Sr., F
A force inside, Johnson averaged 10.9 points for St. Augustine. He will attend Penn State on a football scholarship. Every team that played St. Augustine had to contend with Johnson’s inside game.
Vance Matthews, Lower Cape May Regional, 6-4, Sr., F
Dontae Stubbs, Bridgeton, 5-11, Sr., G
Michael Black, Pleasantville, 6-2, Sr., G
Shawn Wilson, Pleasantville, 6-2, Sr., F
Rahim Bunch, Egg Harbor Township, 5-11, Sr., G
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