2013-14 ALL-USA Texas Boys Basketball Team

2013-14 ALL-USA Texas Boys Basketball Team

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2013-14 ALL-USA Texas Boys Basketball Team

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Coach of the Year

Jeff McCullough, Allen
McCullough led Allen to a historic season in just his second year on the job. Not only did Allen win its first playoff game in 31 years, but it ran all the way to the state semifinals. It was the program’s debut appearance in Austin. Allen, which finished with a 27-9 record, finished third in District 10-5A before averaging a 20.6-point margin of victory in its five playoff victories.

First Team

G Juwan Evans, Kimball (Dallas), 5-9, Jr.  
A transfer from South Carolina, Evans arrived on the scene with a bang averaging 19.3 points, 10.5 assists, five rebounds, and 2.7 steals per contest guiding Kimball to the Class 3A state championship.  One of the top prospects nationally in the class of 2015.

G Emmanuel Mudiay, Prime Prep Academy (Dallas), 6-5, Sr. (Player of the Year) 
Mudiay averaged 16 points, six rebounds and four assists this season for Prime Prep (30-6). He’s a consensus Top 5 national recruit, ranked No. 2 overall by Rivals, No. 3 by Scout and No. 5 by ESPN.  Mudiay signed with Southern Methodist University.

C Myles Turner, Trinity (Euless), 7-0, Sr.
Regarded as the nation’s premier uncommitted prospect, Turner lead Euless Trinity to its most successful season in 15 years with a 20-5 record and state playoff berth 17.8 points, 12.2 rebounds, and 6.8 blocks per game.  

F Justin Jackson, HCYA (Houston), 6-8, Sr. 
Versatile combo-forward had a monstrous senior season averaging 33 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 blocked shots per game.  Jackson has signed with the University of North Carolina.

F Justise Winslow, St. John’s School (Houston), 6-6, Sr.
Aeraged 27.5 points, 13.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 2.1 blocks and 1.8 steals per game this season for the Mavericks, who beat Kinkaid for the program's third SPC Division I crown in four years. The Duke signee is also a McDonald's All-American and will play in the prestigious Jordan Brand Classic and Nike Hoops Summit.

Second Team

G Admon Gilder, Madison (Dallas), 6-2, Jr.

G Nick Babb, Martin (Arlington), 6-6, Sr.

C Elbert Robinson, Lakeview Centennial (Garland), 7-0, Sr.

F Trenton Brinkely, Kimball (Dallas), 6-6, Sr.

F Tanner Leissner, Converse Judson, 6-7, Sr.

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