The Star Tribune All-Metro first team, from left: Francis Nwaokorie of Champlin Park, Trejuan Holloman of Cretin-Derham Hall, Chet Holmgren (Metro Player of the Year) of Minnehaha Academy, Alonzo Dodd of South St. Paul, and Camden Heide of Wayzata.
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(Venue courtesy Minnehaha Academy)
Park Center, guard, 6-3, junior
Four 30-point games after healing from wrist injury.
Totino-Grace, guard, 6-3, sophomore
Not one to get rattled. Plays with poise and under control at all times.
Richfield, guard, 6-0, senior
Superb season leads to being one of five finalists for Mr. Basketball.
Minnehaha Academy, guard, 6-3, senior
College: Tennessee State
Enjoys beating defenders with an excellent crossover.
Champlin Park, guard, 6-1, senior
Brings speed and strength to the point guard position.
Eddie Beeninga, Wayzata, G, 6-1, senior
College: MSU Moorhead
Kendall Blue, East Ridge, G, 6-6, junior
Cade Haskins, DeLaSalle, F, 6-6, senior
Trey Longstreet, Delano, F, 6-7, senior
College: Northern State
Addison Metcalf, St. Croix Prep, G, 6-2, senior
Reid Patterson, Lakeville South, G, 6-2, senior
College: Concordia-St. Paul
Henry Shannon III, Eastview, F, 6-6, senior
Caleb Siwek, Rosemount, G, 6-2, junior
Davon Townley, Minneapolis North, F, 6-6, senior
College: Penn State
Demarion Watson, Totino-Grace, F, 6-6, junior
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.