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The Tablet’s Boys’ High School Basketball All-Stars

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After another exciting season of CHSAA hoops action, here are the 2019-2020 Brooklyn/Queens boys’ high school basketball All-Stars. Special thanks to the league’s coaches for nominating their student-athletes.

‘AA’ First Team

Ryan Myers: Christ the King H.S., Middle Village; senior; guard; team co-captain; 20.4 points, 3.4 rebounds, 2.9 assists per game, high game of 35 points, scored 1,000th career point; selected All-CHSAA ‘AA’ First Team; named to the All-Tournament First Team at the Bass Pro Tournament of Champions; 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Sterling Jones: Christ the King; junior; guard; team co-captain; 16.7 points, 5.2 assists, 3.6 rebounds per game, high game of 29 points; selected All-CHSAA ‘AA’ Second Team

Tyler Chapman: Holy Cross H.S., Flushing; senior; guard; team captain; 17.8 points per game, high game of 29 points; named MVP of Msgr. King Memorial Basketball Tournament; selected All-CHSAA ‘AA’ First Team

Todd Rochelle: St. Francis Prep, Fresh Meadows; junior; guard; team captain; 14.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists per game, high game of 28 points; selected All-CHSAA ‘AA’ Third Team

Latiek Briscoe: St. Francis Prep; sophomore; guard; 14.0 points, 6.0 rebounds per game, high game of 22 points; selected All-CHSAA ‘AA’ Third Team; named to the Josh Palmer Holiday Inn Classic All-Tournament Team; winner of Tom Crotty Classic All-Star Award

Michael Browne: Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood; senior; guard; team co-captain; 16.9 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 2.9 steals per game, high game of 24 points; selected All-CHSAA ‘AA’ Third Team; will attend Molloy College, Rockville Centre, L.I.

Taj Chiles: Bishop Loughlin H.S., Fort Greene; senior; guard; 19.4 points per game, high game of 30 points

Nick Folk: Xaverian H.S., Bay Ridge; junior; guard; 17.2 points per game, high game of 33 points; selected All-CHSAA ‘AA’ Second Team; 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

‘AA’ Second Team

Christian Bliss: Archbishop Molloy; freshman; guard; 16.1 points, 4.7 rebounds, 3.5 assists per game, high game of 24 points

Abdias Carcamo: Archbishop Molloy; senior; guard; team co-captain; 10.6 points, 4.2 rebounds, 3.6 assists per game, high game of 19 points; nominated to the McDonald’s High School All-American Game; will attend Woodstock Academy, Conn.; 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Maurice Doby: Bishop Loughlin; senior; guard; 18.7 points per game, high game of 28 points

Jonathan Medley: St. Francis Prep; sophomore; forward; 8.5 points, 10.0 rebounds per game

William Reyes: Xaverian; senior; guard; 13.9 points per game, high game of 23 points

Shawn Fulcher: Xaverian; junior; guard; 13.2 points per game, high game of 22 points; selected All-CHSAA ‘AA’ Third Team; 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

‘A’ All-Stars

Shemar Latty: St. Edmund Prep H.S., Sheepshead Bay; senior; guard; 19.5 points per game, high game of 32 points, finished career at school’s all-time leading scorer with 1,516 points; named CHSAA ‘A’ Division Player of the Year; nominated to the McDonald’s High School All-American Game; 2016-2017, 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Sean Edwards: St. Edmund Prep; senior; forward; 15.8 points per game, high game of 26 points, made 91 3-pointers; selected CHSAA ‘A’ All-League; 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Cameron Shields: St. Edmund Prep; senior; guard; 10.2 points per game, high game of 19 points; 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Malik Cole: St. Edmund Prep; junior; guard; 10.1 points per game, high game of 19 points

Joseph Medina: Msgr. McClancy H.S., East Elmhurst; senior; guard; team co-captain; 15.2 points, 2.8 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 2.4 steals per game, high game of 25 points; named MVP of Brother Arnold Memorial Basketball Tournament; selected CHSAA ‘A’ All-League; 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Omar Diplan: Msgr. McClancy; senior; guard; 11.4 points, 6.6 rebounds, 2.3 steals, 2.2 assists per game, high game of 18 points; named to the Brother Arnold Memorial Basketball Tournament All-Tournament Team; selected CHSAA ‘A’ All-League; 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Uriah Ladson: Msgr. McClancy; senior; forward; 9.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.1 steals, 2.0 assists per game; named to the Brother Arnold Memorial Basketball Tournament All-Tournament Team; 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Ernie Parada Jr.: Msgr. McClancy; senior; forward; 8.6 points, 4.6 rebounds per game; will attend Hunter College, Manhattan

Roddrick Dawkins: Nazareth H.S., East Flatbush; senior; guard; 13.5 points per game, high game of 25 points; selected CHSAA ‘A’ All-League

‘B’ All-Stars

Joseph Harden: Cristo Rey Brooklyn H.S., Flatbush; senior; guard; team co-captain; 20.0 points, 15 rebounds, 8.0 assists, 6.0 steals, 2.0 blocks per game, high game of 53 points; selected CHSAA ‘B’ All-League

Patrick Shea: St. John’s Prep, Astoria; senior; guard; 18.0 points per game, high game of 33 points; selected CHSAA ‘B’ All-League; 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

Bam Toure: St. John’s Prep; junior; guard; 22.0 points per game, high game of 32 points; selected CHSAA ‘B’ All-League; named MVP of the Tim Thomas NJHS Hoops Showcase

Menzo Tucker: Cathedral Prep and Seminary, Elmhurst; senior; guard; 12.8 points, 3.1 assists, 3.0 steals per game, high game of 26 points; selected CHSAA ‘B’ All-League; 2018-2019 Tablet All-Star

David Crismali: Cathedral Prep and Seminary; senior; guard; 16.3 points, 4.2 assists per game, high game of 27 points; named MVP of Aviator Tournament


Contact Jim Mancari via email at jmmanc@gmail.com.

2 thoughts on “The Tablet’s Boys’ High School Basketball All-Stars

  1. Thanks for the Annual All-Star selections. Always look forward to this. It would help if each of their heights were listed, though. In a shortened season like this, every little bit of information might help get these kids noticed by college recruiters. Keep up the excellent work.

  2. I do not think highlighting individual play and statistics, especially points, is a good way to develop the game of basketball. It is a team game. Now, players are launching 30 footers and doing all they can (win or lose) to promote their own game on the court. With all the high stakes in free school and NBA money who can blame right? Well, it is up to the coaches, institutions and media to promote the correct environment. Everyone wants to be Jordan (shot hog), get commercials and shoes deals. It is a joke and the fame has suffered by the “Me” mentality of players today. Your featured players article promotes the “Me” mentality.

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