USA TODAY High School Sports is unveiling the 2016-17 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Boys Basketball Teams as selected by Jim Halley with input from USA TODAY Sports’ Jason Jordan, high school coaches and recruiting experts.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Michael Porter Jr., Nathan Hale (Seattle)
COACH OF THE YEAR: Jack Doss, Mae Jemison (Huntsville, Ala.)
Name: Trevon Duval
School: IMG Academy, Bradenton, Fla.
Details: Undeclared senior averaged 16.2 points and 7.7 assists for 26-1 Ascenders.
Teammates say my best quality is: Passing. I get them the ball whenever they want or need it. I give it to them where it is easiest to make a shot.
Greatest achievement: Being selected to play in the McDonald’s All American Game.
Failure I learned from: Failing my driver’s test, the written part, three times. I took it once and failed and then my mom gave me the book to study and I didn’t really look it, so I failed the test again. The next time, I studied and put some time into it. Whatever you do, you have to put in hard work to expect good things.
Favorite class: Right now, it’s chemistry. We have a lot of experiments in the lab that we do. I love trying new things, trying to figure out something different.
Outside of sports, I am inspired by: My dad. He’s inspired me to try to become a really good basketball player and the best I can be.
I’m likely to sing along to: Both by Drake. He has good songs.
Typical breakfast: Cereal or waffles.
Last movie I saw: Logan.
Favorite teacher: My third-grade teacher, Miss (Colleen) Sheeron, at Kuumba Academy Charter in Wilmington, Del. She just made everything easy. She taught math and a little bit of English. She was the biggest reason math is my favorite subject.
Could play my story: Jamie Foxx.
Funniest thing recently: I was in the car, looking all over for my phone in the car when I had it in my hand the whole time.
A year from now, I will be: Playing for a conference championship, hopefully.
Biggest name on my phone: J.R. Smith.
Favorite app on my phone: Instagram.