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Chart: All-Metro boys' basketball second, third teams

03/18/2013, 9:08pm CDT
By Star Tribune




Graham Woodward, Edina, 6-0 sr. guard: A lock for the first team in a normal year. Mentally tough, can score in bunches. Averaged 26.7 points per game. Headed to Penn State.

Dustin Fronk, Apple Valley, 6-2 sr. guard: Great range on his jump shot with a quick release. Averages 15.2 points while shooting 40 percent on three-pointers.

Riley Dearring, Minnetonka, 6-4, sr. guard: Averaged 20 points per game despite missing time because of a hand injury. Plays taller than his height. Future Wisconsin Badger.

Mack Johnson, Roseville, 6-3, sr., guard: Gifted scorer who can hit from outside and create off the dribble. Averaged 18.9 points in the regular season, 36.0 in the postseason.

Ian Theisen, Osseo, 6-9 jr. forward: Has become an inside-outside threat by getting stronger around the basket. Averaged 17.8 points.


• Dion Bradley, St. Paul Highland Park, sr., guard

• Ben Oberfeld, Eastview, sr., center

• Jake Wright, Hopkins, jr., guard

• Renard Suggs, Woodbury, sr., guard

• Jon Sobaski, Prior Lake, jr., guard

• Delshon Strickland, Holy Angels, jr., guard

• Reggie Lynch, Edina, sr. center


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