2018-19 ALL-USA Minnesota Boys Basketball Team

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2018-19 ALL-USA Minnesota Boys Basketball Team

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2018-19 ALL-USA Minnesota Boys Basketball Team


USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the ALL-USA Minnesota Basketball Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2018-19 season.

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Brett Cloutier, Princeton
Before this season, Princeton had not reached the state tournament since 1932. Cloutier, in his sixth season with the program, led the Tigers to a 27-7 record and a berth in the Class AAA state semifinals.


Player of the Year
Matthew Hurt, F, John Marshall (Rochester), 6-8/215, Sr.
A top-10 recruit nationally in the Class of 2019, the Minnesota Gatorade Player of the Year was named to the USA TODAY ALL-USA second team and averaged 36.8 points, 12.5 rebounds and 4.8 assists a game.

Dawson Garcia, C, Prior Lake (Savage), 6-11/220, Jr.
Named to the Associated Press all-state second team, Garcia scored 27.5 points per game.

Zeke Nnaji, F, Hopkins (Minnetonka), 6-11/215, Sr.
Verbally committed to Arizona, Nnaji put up 25.1 points per game this season.

Jalen Suggs, G, Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis), 6-4/185, Jr.
Suggs, who averaged 24.2 points, 4.8 rebounds and 6.5 assists per game, has offers from Minnesota, Georgia and Michigan State, among others.

Tyrell Terry, G, DeLaSalle (Minneapolis), 6-1/160, Sr.
Terry has signed with Stanford and scored 22.6 points per game for the Islanders.


Jamison Battle, F, DeLaSalle (Minneapolis), 6-7/210, Sr.

Ben Carlson, F, East Ridge (Woodbury), 6-9/205, Jr.

J’vonne Hadley, G, Mahtomedi, 6-6/185, Jr.

David Roddy, F, Breck School (Golden Valley), 6-5/250, Sr.

Tyler Wahl, F, Lakeville North, 6-7/200, Sr.


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