The Prep Hoops 17U All American Team


Posted On: 08/7/17 3:56 PM

The inaugural Prep Hoops 17U All American Team was announced today across the Prep Hoops Network honoring the top 17u players across the nation.


Marvin Bagley

Prep Hoops 17U All American First Team

Marvin Bagley of Nike Phamily (5 star 6-ft-11, 225lbs from Tempe, Arizona). First Team All-EYBL, First Team All Peach Jam after putting up 25.5 points per game with 14.7 rebounds and three blocks a game.

Zion Williamson of SC Supreme (5 star 6-ft-6, 230lbs from Spartanburg, South Carolina). Averaged a shade under 30 points per game on the Adidas Uprising tour putting on a show every game.

Bol Bol of California Supreme (5 star 7-ft-2, 225lbs from Olathe, Kansas). The EYBL regular season MVP produced 22 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 3.9 blocks a game for a Prep Hoops 17u top 25 team.

Tre Jones of Howard Pulley (5 star 6-foot-3 180lbs from Apple Valley, Minnesota). The EYBL offensive MVP had his team in the top 20 all year averaging 20.4 points, 7.3 assists, and 5.3 rebounds a game.

Devon Dotson of Team Charlotte (4.5 star 6-ft-1, 170lbs from Charlotte, North Carolina). First team all UAA player that led the number one team in the nation with 18.8 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game.


Emmitt Williams

Prep Hoops 17U All American Second Team

Emmitt Williams of EITI United (5 star 6-ft-7, 210lbs from Fort Myers, Florida). Emmitt was honored with All-EYBL status, pushed his team to the top six in 17u, and averaged a double double of 17.1 points and 11.3 rebounds.

Jahvon Quinerly of Sports U (5 star 6-ft-2, 165lbs from Hackensack, New Jersey).   The UAA MVP put up 17.4 points a game with nearly five assists a contest and then was given the MVP trophy for the league.

Cole Anthony of PSA Cardinals (5 star 6-ft-2, 175lbs from New York, New York). Cole was named the EYBL Defensive Player of the Year despite being a 2019 and he was named First Team all Peach Jam. Put up 18.6 points and 6.7 assist a game.

Keldon Johnson of Boo Williams (5 star 6-ft-6, 205lbs from Brodnax, Virginia). The All EYBL honored talent had his team constantly in final fours this year with 19.7 points and 8.1 rebounds a contest.

Cameron Reddish of Team Final (5 star 6-ft-8, 195lbs from Norristown, Pennsylvania). A first team All EYBL player that was a top five scorer in the league with 22.6 points and 7.8 rebounds a game.


Ayo Dosunmu, Morgan Park
Ayo Dosunmu

Prep Hoops 17U All American Third Team

Simisola Shittu of CIA Bounce (5 star 6-ft-10, 220lbs from Burlington, Ontario of Vermont Academy). All EYBL honored big that put up 20.1 points and 9.9 rebounds a game.

Nassir Little of 1Family (4.5 star 6-ft-7, 205lbs from Orlando, Florida). Little burst on the scene with 1Family earning himself nationwide interest putting up 18 points and eight boards in Adidas play.

Ayo Dosunmo of Mac Irvin Fire (4.5 star 6-ft-5, 177lbs from Chicago, Illinois). One of the elite EYBL scorers put up 23.2 points per game ranking him with the top three or four in the league all year.

Jontay Porter of MoKan Elite (5 star 6-ft-10, 235lbs from Columbia, Missouri). Jontay earned All EYBL status with his 15.8 points and 12.4 rebounds a game and having his team in the top 25 for most the year. Committed to Missouri.

Tyler Harris of Team Thad (3.5 star 5-ft-10, 165lbs from Cordova, Tennessee). Tyler was named the Fab 48 MVP, he was all UAA first team, his team was top five in the nation, and Tyler averaged 17.6 points a game while leading in assists.


Immanuel Quickley
Immanuel Quickley

Prep Hoops 17U All American Fourth Team

Anfernee Simons of Team Breakdown (5 star 6-ft-4, 165lbs from Orlando, Florida). Was an All UAA honored player after pushing Team Breakdown into the top 25 at over 15 points a game. Committed to Louisville.

Matthew Hurt of D1 Minnesota (5 star, 6-ft-9, 205lbs from Rochester, Minnesota). After missing April with a broken hand Hurt pushed D1 Minnesota into the 25 with 20 points, eight rebounds, and a pair of blocks a game.

Reggie Perry of Arkansas Hawks (5 star 6-ft-9, 200lbs from Thomasville, Georgia). The five star talent put up 17 points and 8.4 rebounds a game for his team in Adidas play.

Nate Laszewski of NE Playaz (3.5 star 6-ft-10, 190lbs from Northfield, Massachusetts). One of the top names of the summer put up 16 points and five boards a game for a 17u top ten team.

Immanuel Quickley of Team BBC (5 star 6-ft-3, 175lbs from Bel Air, Maryland). Quickley led his team with 17 points, over five boards and four assists a game in Adidas Uprising play.

Charles Bassey of YIIS Texas Future (5 star 6-ft-10, 230lbs from San Antonio, Texas).   Put up 12.5 points and 10.8 rebounds a game as a 2019 pushing his team to an Adidas Finale title and a number 13 ranking for his team.


Jalen Smith
Jalen Smith

Prep Hoops 17U All American Fifth Team

Jalen Smith of Team Takeover (4.5 star 6-ft-10, 210lbs from Baltimore, Maryland). Put up a dozen points and 6.8 rebounds a game earning All Peach Jam respect for the second ranked team in the nation (Takeover had best balance in the nation). Committed to Maryland.

James Akinjo of Oakland Soldiers (3.5 star 6-ft-1, 170lbs from Oakland, California). The Soldiers won the Peach Jam with Akinjo earning All Peach Jam honors. The Soldiers are a top ten 17u team with James putting up 13 points and five assists a game.

Musa Jallow of Team Blaze Elite (4 star 6-ft-5, 200lbs from Bloomington, Indiana). Jallow was the top player in the top NY2LA League leading his team to the 19th spot in the 17U rankings and listed as the top scorer for much of the year. Committed to Ohio State.

Foster Loyer of All Ohio Red (4 star 6-ft-0, 170lbs from Clarkston, Michigan). Foster was honored with third team All EYBL status after putting up 16.8 points and 4.3 assists per game. Committed to Michigan State.

Courtney Ramey of Jets-Ramey United (4.5 star 6-ft-3, 170lbs from St. Louis, Missouri). Ramey produced 17 points per game and four assists a contest on the Adidas circuit. Committed to Louisville.

Moses Brown of New Heights (5 star 7-ft-0, 220lbs from Jamaica, New York). Moses was an All-UAA player that scored 15 points a game with nine boards and 2-3 blocks a contest.