Below are our FAB15 all-star teams, along with the NEXT12 (Honorable Mention) and FUTURES (Up-and-Coming Freshmen and Sophomores). The lists are alphabetical after Players-of-the-Year.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
6’5″ So. G., Trinity
Our 2020 player-of-the-year and two-time FAB15 selection, Westry has dominated his team’s Mid-Penn Conference and District-3 challengers over the past two seasons. A Top-50 nationally-ranked class of 2022 player with a plethora of interest and offers at the Power-5 level, Chance continues to expand his game and reputation, in the state of Pennsylvania and nationwide.
6’2″ Sr. G/F., Trinity
Beckett became the senior leader on a team that lost a lot of firepower from their state championship finals ’18-’19 team. His ability to score, pull rebounds, and be a act as a steadying force helped his Shamrocks repeat as both Mid-Penn Capital division and District-3 AAA champions.
6’3″ Jr. G., Bishop McDevitt
Elliot burst on the scene this season as one of the most versatile scorers in the area. His ability to get open and elevate in the lane allowed him to get easy baskets at will. Kenyon is a terror in transition, improving from behind the 3pt line, and has handles which make him a tough match-up for even the best lock-down defenders.
6’2″ So. G/F., Steel-High
The area’s premier two-sport athlete, Flowers has grown into a basketball player who’s nearly unstoppable in transition. His ability to attack defenses in the open court creates tremendous pressure. Look for Mehki to continue to grow as a basketball player over the next two years as the big-time football scholarship offers continue to pile up.
5’10” Sr. G., Susquehanna Twp.
Leading scorer for the Mid-Penn Keystone division co-champion Indians, Jones developed into his team’s offensive leader. His ability to attack and get open for good looks from the 3pt arc made him one of the area’s biggest threats.
6’3″ Sr. G/F., Bishop McDevitt
A two-time FAB15 selection, Kelly is known for his ability to score effortlessly in the half court. A matchup nightmare, he’s been a key cog in the Crusaders’ success since bursting on the scene as a sophomore. Jake can both shoot the long ball and score from around the rim with efficiency, and topped the career 1000 point mark earlier this year.
6’1″ Sr. G., Harrisburg
Our ’18-’19 Player-of-the-Year, Lee is a 3-time FAB15 selection and the only sophomore selected for our inaugural team. He’ll finish his career with over 1,500 points and three Mid-Penn Conference all-star selections. Davon has chosen to attend national prep school power Scotland Campus for the 2020-2021 season, where he will continue to garner significant Division-1 interest and offers.
6’5″ Sr. F., Milton Hershey
A repeat FAB15 selection and one of Central PA’s top multi-sport athletes, Parra excels on the gridiron as well as the hardwood. He can play inside-out, which provides him the luxury to take advantage of defensive mismatches. A ferocious competitor, he was among the area’s leaders in points, rebounds, and blocks. Josh is being presented with tons of offers to play either basketball or football collegiately.
5’10” Sr. G., Camp Hill
Another FAB15 two-timer, Perry recently led his Lions to another District-3 AA final, along with a huge double-digit upset over state power Bishop McDevitt Wyncote in the opening round of the PIAA state tournament. He can flat-out shoot and dish with the best of them. Jake has committed to NCAA Division-3 national power Franklin & Marshall. Look for him to have four productive seasons with the Diplomats.
6’3″ Sr. G., Central Dauphin
Russo was a jack of all trades for his Rams team….solid shooter, facilitator, defender, and rebounder. His contributions were vital in C.D.’s run to both the Mid-Penn Commonwealth division and conference titles. Look for Rance’s game to translate well at the college level.
6’8″ Jr. F., Cumberland Valley
A growth spurt allowed for Sherry to burst onto the scene as a productive, multi-dimensional face-up player. His overall skill-set allowed him to have success on the perimeter and in the paint. Sam developed in just a few short months into a player who should vie for the FAB15 Player-of-the-Year in ’20-’21, along with a legitimate Division-1 level player.
6’0″ Sr. G., Chambersburg
The leader of his Trojans team, it’s not hard to tell that Shreffler is a coach’s son. A sharpshooter from all ranges, he possesses the ability to attack the rim and facilitate. Ethan finished off an outstanding career with a solid showing in the District-3 tournament, and was selected as Mid-Penn Commonwealth division all-star.
6’2″ Jr. G., Central Dauphin
Known since his freshman season for his ability to shoot the ball, Smith has developed into an offensive weapon who has thrown attacking the basket in transition and banging the boards into his growing repertoire. The leading scorer for his Commonwealth division and Mid-Penn Conference champion Rams, Ryan should be one of the area’s top players next season, and a key component in his team’s quest to stay on top.
6’3″ Sr. G/F, Cumberland Valley
Vorwald is a versatile scorer and ball handler who helped his Eagles to one of their better seasons recently. He was the on-floor leader of a group who spent the entire season around the top of the Mid-Penn Commonwealth division.
6’4″ Sr. G/F., Steel-High
Walls exploded onto the scene this season as one of the top players in the entire region. His ability to be a true wing player made him a tough matchup for all opposing mid-state defenses. He has 3pt range, size to produce down low, and great court vision. Chris will be sorting through college offers now that the season has ended.
ANTWUAN BYRD – Bishop McDevitt
KEVIN COLEMAN – Susquehanna Township
AVOHN CROSS – Milton Hershey
AMYR FOX – CD East
KA’RON GEORGE – Milton Hershey
DEVON HAGGINS – Central Dauphin
MICHAEL MARABLE – Susquehanna Township
JACKSON MASCARI – Hershey
VASHON SPENCER – Steel-High
CONNOR TRUMPY – Camp Hill
TERELL WILLIAMS – Chambersburg
JOEY ZVORSKY – Cedar Cliff
KEON BLANDING-DOCKENS – Central Dauphin
CHRIS EDWARDS – Palmyra
NOLAN GILBERT – Cumberland Valley
DONOVAN HILL – Central Dauphin
TYLER HOUSER – Cedar Cliff
JAMES MOORE – Harrisburg
ANDREW RENALDI – Central Dauphin
LUKAS RHODES – Mechanicsburg
TRENTON SMITH – Cedar Cliff
CHARLIE WERNER – Cedar Cliff