The Star Tribune All-Metro Team, from left: Chet Holmgren, Minnehaha Academy; Kerwin Walton, Hopkins; Jalen Suggs, Minnehaha Academy; Drake Dobbs, Eden Prairie, and Dawson Garcia, Prior Lake. Photos: CARLOS GONZALEZ ¥ email@example.com
East Ridge, 6-9, senior, forward
The school’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder. “Ben does everything for our team. He plays all positions,” Raptors coach Josh Peltier said.
Eastview, 6-10, senior, forward
“The most well-rounded player in the metro,” Lightning coach Paul Goetz said. “A great passer and efficient scorer.”
Park Center, 6-8, senior, forward
A skilled low-post player who can hit the mid-range jumper as well as step out and sink the three-pointer.
Eden Prairie, 6-5, senior, guard
College: Sioux Falls
The Eagles’ leading scorer since the first of the year while shooting over 60% on three-point tries.
Cretin-Derham Hall, 6-3, sophomore, guard
The future standout point guard doesn’t need to score to have an impact on the outcome of a game.
Henry Abraham, Cambridge-Isanti, 5-11, senior guard. College: Undecided.
J’Vonne Hadley, Cretin-Derham Hall, 6-7, senior forward. College: Undecided.
PJ Hayes IV, Waconia, 6-6, senior guard. College: Undecided.
Charlie Katona, Shakopee, 6-4, senior forward. College: Minnesota-Duluth.
Matthew Willert, Buffalo, 6-7, senior guard. College: St. Cloud State.
The Star Tribune’s all-metro teams and Metro Player of the Year were chosen based on nominations from metro-area coaches, conversations with a panel of coaches and staff observations.