Posted On: 02/6/18 9:46 AM

Miles Coleman, Dwyer HS

Consistency has been a weapon for Coleman, who has taken leadership matters into his own hands this season for traditionally powerful Dwyer.

A well-built guard, Coleman brings high-level shooting and innate toughness.

He’s constantly sparked Dwyer’s scoring spurts while being sound in all components of his game. Since the very beginning, it was clear Coleman was going to inherit some ownership of this program. It was Coleman who has expected to lead every drill in the off-season and ramp up the infectious energy in pre-season workouts.

The veteran savvy has translated to the hardwood, where he’s hit a number of timely shots and navigated the PBC pressure cooker with pivotal plays in crunch time.

Coleman has certainly cemented his status as a surefire Division-I player this season, most notably in Dwyer’s tight loss to national power University School during the Charger Classic. North Florida, Stetson, Lipscomb and several other programs have been recruiting the senior, who continues to show just how under the radar he is.

Jammy Pierre Louis, St. Andrew’s

The Class of 2018 combination guard has averaged 21 PPG, thriving as an off the ball scoring threat. He’s proven just how effectively his scoring onslaughts can break open a game, stemming back to a 41-point eruption at the start of the 2017-18 campaign.

While Pierre Louis is far from a one man assault team, his ability to get hot in a hurry has as tendency to yield back-breaking runs for St. Andrew’s. While St. Andrew’s isn’t over reliant on Pierre Louis, it’s fair to say his scoring aptitude at all three levels gives them the best opportunity to win.

Dante Wilcox, Oxbridge Academy

The bullish Class of 2019 has shown promise, averaging a double double since bouncing back from a nagging injury which shelved him for a handful of games. A muscle-bound 6-foot-6 forward with athletic ability, Wilcox is evolving in the skill compartments of his game. While he’s primarily playing down low at Oxbridge, he’s developed the ball handling and guard’s skill set to be a wing or a big two guard at the ensuing level of play.

Averaging 14 points and shouldering a bulk of the labor on the boards, Wilcox has the opportunity to be one of the best double double machines in Palm Beach County in 2018-19.