The PHD First Team
De’Sean Allen-Eikens of ND Phenom. The first team all stater helped the Phenom to the top spot in the 16U rankings plus he grabbed his first D1 offer this Grassroots season. Biggest number producer.
Matt Cartwright of SD Attack. Put everybody on notice with his first team All-Meg Invitational performance and never stopped producing like a top 16U scorer.
Ethan Freidel of BBA Force. BBA maybe had the best team chemistry and Ethan was the leader as a shooter and as an all around producer.
Aanen Moody of ND Phenom. The explosive and lightning quick release of Aanen Moody popped for huge numbers several times for the Phenom.
Cooper Williams of Schoolers Vincent. Consistently productive lead guard who was a stabilizing force for the Schoolers squad that had some solid moments.
The PHD Second Team
Justin Engg of ECI Prospects. Was named to a couple all event teams for his all around play.
Dejay Fykstra of BBA Force. Mr Tough guy on both ends, was also Mr. Consistent.
KyJuan Johnson of ND Phenom/ECI. Maybe the most improved and eye catching performer of the year.
Jacob Mertens of ECI Prospects. The combo guard with size, playmaking ability, and a touch.
Tye Evers of Schoolers Vincent. Tye battled his way to second on this list. Always working in the paint.
The PHD Third Team
Wyatt Carr of ND Phenom. Had a strong year until hit with injury.
JP Costello of SD Attack. Inside force of the Attack.
Jack Talley of Schoolers Vincent. High potential forward for the Schoolers.
Gavin Moeller of ECI Prospects. Quick off his feet, fast to get results.
Jake Satter of SD Attack. The West Dakota Sharp Shooter.
The PHD Fourth Team
Noah Brown of Schoolers Bertram. Crafty guard and a solid leader.
Simon Habinomana of ECI Nagel. Intense defender for ECI,
Tanner Hein of Dakota Niners. 2 time all event performer
Will Steinke of BBA Force. Stable frontcourt player.
Jordan Meidinger of ECI Prospects. Improved center, tough to score over
Brennan Vance of ECI Peterson. Team had a tough time but Vance was solid all year.