Meet the 2019-20 ALL-USA Preseason High School Boys Basketball Team

USA TODAY High School Sports is unveils the ALL-USA preseason boys basketball team for the 2019-20 season with the selection of 25 players.

The team was selected by USA TODAY Sports’ Jason Jordan in consultation with the USA TODAY High School Sports staff and various recruiting analysts and high school coaches.

Statistics are from last season, except where otherwise noted. Players are listed in alphabetical order.

BREAKDOWN: ALL-USA Preseason Boys Basketball Team

Click through the gallery to meet the players:

ALL-USA Preseason Boys Basketball Team

Patrick Baldwin Jr. School: Hamilton (Sussex, Wisconsin) Pos: Small Forward Ht/Wt: 6-8/190  Year: 2021 College: Uncommitted Noteworthy:  Baldwin averaged 19 points a game for a total of 495 points in 26 games last season. He also had 8.2 rebounds and 3.3 assists a game and shot 48.5 percent from the field and 37 percent from beyond the arc. He led his team to a Conference Championship for the first time since 2013. He is ranked No. 2 overall in the Chosen 25. Photo: Scott Ash/Now News Group
Paolo BancheroSchool: O’Dea (Seattle)Position: Power ForwardHeight/Weight: 6-9/235Class: 2021College: UncommittedNoteworthy: After averaging 23 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and 2.5 blocks with Nike EYBL this summer, Banchero is looking to help O’Dea repeat as champions. Banchero is ranked No. 4 overall in the Chosen 25.Photo:Jon Lopez Creative
Scottie Barnes School: Montverde (Florida) Academy Position: Point Forward Ht/Wt: 6-7/180 Class: 2020 College: Florida State Noteworthy: The No. 10 overall player in the Chosen 25 and one of the most relentless competitors in the country, Barnes plays all five positions, but thrives as a playmaker. Photo: Jon Lopez Creative
Emoni Bates School: Lincoln (Ypsilanti, Michigan) Pos: Small Forward Ht/Wt: 6-8/200 Year: 2022 College: Uncommitted Noteworthy: Bates backed up his “next big thing” buzz, averaging 28.7 points and 10.2 rebounds per game as a freshman. He had 44 steals and 50 assists. Last season, he helped Ypsilanti Lincoln win its first-ever state championship. He was named the ALL-USA Michigan Player of the Year. Photo: Junfu Han/Detroit Free Press
Brandon “BJ” BostonSchool: Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, California) Position: Shooting GuardHeight/Weight: 6-6/175Class: 2020College: KentuckyNoteworthy: The Chosen 25 guard comes off a Nike EYBL performance in which he averaged 22.7 points, 8.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists while shooting above 50 percent.Photo: Talha Rafique
Jaemyn Brakefield School: Huntington Prep (West Virginia) Pos: Small Forward Ht/Wt: 6-8/210 Year: 2020 College: Duke  Noteworthy: Brakefield averaged 18 points, 6.8 rebounds and two assists last season. He is ranked as the No. 1 player in West Virginia in his class and No. 19 overall in the Chosen 25. Photo: Alicia Anderson/Huntington Prep
Greg Brown School: Vandegrift (Austin, Texas) Position: Forward Height/Weight: 6-7/180 Class: 2020 College: Uncommitted Noteworthy: A top-10 member of the Class of 2020 Chosen 25, Brown is one of the nation's most explosive players. He averaged 27 points, 12 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game as a junior. Photo: Jon Lopez Creative
Kennedy Chandler School: Briarcrest Christian (Eads, Tennessee) Position: Point Guard Ht/Wt: 6-1/160 Class: 2021 College: Uncommitted Noteworthy: The No. 14 overall player in the Chosen 25, Chandler led Mokan Elite (Mo.) to the Nike Peach Jam title in July after leading the Saints to a state title last season. He emerged as one of the top point guards in the country, regardless of class.  Photo: Jon Lopez Creative
Terrence ClarkeSchool: Brewster Academy (Wolfeboro, New Hampshire)Position: Shooting GuardHeight/Weight: 6-6/190Class: 2020College: KentuckyNoteworthy: Clarke, who is ranked No. 4 overall in the Chosen 25, is one of the most versatile scoring guards in the country with the size and talent to be projected as an NBA Lottery pick in 2021. He averaged 17 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game this summer in the Nike EYBL.Photo: Jon Lopez Creative
Sharife Cooper School: McEachern (Powder Springs, Georgia) Position: Point Guard Ht/Wt: 6-0/155 Class: 2020 College: Auburn Noteworthy: Cooper, the No. 2 overall player in the Chosen 25 and reigning ALL-USA Player of the Year, led the Indians to a 32-0 record last season. He is arguably the most complete point guard in the country. Photo: Andrew Jansen/News-Leader
Cade Cunningham School: Montverde (Florida) Academy Position: Point Guard Ht/Wt: 6-5/180 Class: 2020 College: Oklahoma State Noteworthy: Cunningham is the No. 1 overall player in the Chosen 25 who won MVP of the Nike EYBL this past summer while running with the Texas Titans. He won a gold medal with USA Basketball and is projected as the No. 1 overall pick in 2021. Photo: Catalina Fragoso/USA TODAY Sports
Andre Curbelo School: Long Island Lutheran (Brookville, New York) Position: Point Guard Height/Weight: 6-0/155 Class: 2020 College: Illinois Noteworthy: Curbelo is the floor general for the No. 9 Crusaders. As a junior, he nearly averaged a triple-double with 15.5 points, nine assists, 8.1 rebounds per game. He also led the team with 4.1 steals per game and shot 47 percent from 3-point range.  Photo: AP/Gregory Payan
R.J. DavisSchool: Archbishop Stepinac (White Plains, New York)Position: Combo GuardHeight/Weight: 5-11/164Class: 2020College: North CarolinaNoteworthy: Last season, Davis led CHSAA Class AA in scoring with 25.4 points per game. He also pulled in 7.0 rebounds, 4.9 assists and 1.7 steals per game for the Crusaders.Photo: Lonnie Webb Photography
Hunter DickinsonSchool: DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, Maryland)Position: CenterHeight/Weight: 7-2/255Class: 2020College: UncommittedNoteworthy: In his junior year, Dickinson averaged 17.6 points and 10.8 rebounds a game for the 19th ranked Stags. The lefty is hard to stop down low with his size but can also take his defender out to the perimeter and knock down shots. Dickinson is ranked No. 23 overall in the Chosen 25.Photo: David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports
Michael Foster Jr.School: Hillcrest Prep (Phoenix, Arizona) Position: ForwardHeight/Weight: 6-9/220Class: 2021College: UncommittedNoteworthy: After averaging 18.9 points and 11.3 rebounds last year at Milwaukee Washington, the No. 6 player in the Chosen 25 transferred to Hillcrest Prep.Photo: Nathan Clarke
Jalen GreenSchool: Prolific Prep (Napa, California) Position: Combo GuardHeight/Weight: 6-5/170Class: 2020College: UncommittedNoteworthy: An ALL-USA Second Team player as a junior, Green took his elite athleticism and sharpshooting to Prolific Prep to be a spotlight on the national stage. Green averaged more than 30 points per game and is ranked No. 3 overall in the Chosen 25.Photo: Rick Managan
Jalen Johnson School: IMG Academy (Bradenton, Florida) Position: Small Forward Ht/Wt: 6-8/220 Class: 2020 College: Duke Noteworthy: The No. 5 overall player in the Chosen 25 and one of the most dominant players in the Nike EYBL this past summer, Johnson is a super athlete who competes with a motor that never turns off. Photo: IMG Academy
Jonathan Kuminga School: The Patrick School (Hillside, New Jersey) Position: Small Forward Height/Weight: 6-8/205 Class: 2021 College: Uncommitted Noteworthy: The top-ranked player in the 2021 Chosen 25 averaged 25 points and five rebounds a game as a sophomore. Kuminga added three assists and two steals a game last season at Our Savior New American (Centereach, New York) and looks to get the Cetlics back on top nationally.  Photo: Jon Lopez
Evan Mobley School: Rancho Christian (Temecula, California)  Position: Center Height/Weight: 6-11/205 Class: 2020 College: USC Noteworthy: Widely regarded as a top pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, Mobley, who is ranked No. 6 overall in the Chosen 25, takes the reigns of Rancho Christian as a senior as an elite player on both sides of the ball with skills in the post and on the perimeter alike. Photo: AP/Gregory Payan
Aminu MohammedSchool: Greenwood Laboratory School (Springfield, Missouri)Pos: Small ForwardHt/Wt: 6-4/175Year: 2021College: Uncommitted Noteworthy: He averaged just over 34 points per game, leading Greenwood to a state title. Mohammed also put up 17.5 rebounds per game and 2.9 steals. He is a five-star recruit and is ranked No. 10 overall in the Chosen 25.Photo: Nathan Papes/News-Leader
Jalen SuggsSchool: Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis, Minnesota)Pos: Point Guard Ht/Wt: 6-5/200Year: 2020College: UncommittedNoteworthy: Suggs averaged 24 points, five rebounds, three steals and five assists per game last season. This summer, he helped Team USA win the 2019 FIBA U19 World Cup. Suggs is ranked as the No. 1 player in Minnesota and the No. 17 overall in the Chosen 25.Photo: Carrie Johnson
Jaden SpringerSchool: IMG Academy (Bradenton, Florida)Position: Combo GuardHt/Wt: 6-4/175Class: 2020College: TennesseeNoteworthy: The No. 14 overall player in the Chosen 25 and reigning GEICO High School Nationals champion, Springer is one of the most dynamic guards in the country, who scores on all three levels efficiently.Photo: AP/Gregory Payan
Cameron Thomas School: Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Virginia) Position: Shooting Guard Ht/Wt: 6-3/180 Class: 2020 College: Uncommitted Noteworthy: Thomas is the No. 11 overall player in the Chosen 25 who led the Nike EYBL in scoring this past summer while running with Boo Williams (Va.). Photo: Catalina Fragoso/USA TODAY Sports
Isaiah ToddSchool: Word of God Christian Academy (Raleigh, North Carolina)Position: ForwardHt/Wt: 6-10/200Class: 2020College: MichiganNoteworthy: The No. 8 overall player in the Chosen 25 who dominated the Nike EYBL this past summer with NightRydas Elite (Fla.), Todd is one of the most versatile players in the country.Photo: Jon Lopez Creative
Ziaire WilliamsSchool: Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, California) Position: Small ForwardHeight/Weight: 6-7/175Class: 2020College: UncommittedNoteworthy: A member of the ALL-USA California Second Team last year, Williams averaged 27 points, 10.5 rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocks per game with shooting splits of 48/35/88. Williams checks in at No. 9 overall in the Chosen 25.Photo: Talha Rafique

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