Dallas, Texas has so many talented players on so many talented teams it's always tough to pick our ALL DFW Selections. This year was probably the toughest. The 2020 class shined and carried their teams the whole season and the 2022 class wasted no time making their presence known with big time performances. We've narrowed our teams down to players who had the biggest impact on their team's winning ways and players who were consistently productive.
First Team ALL-DFW
MVP- 2020 Lancaster 6'3 PG Mike Miles
Miles had a phenomenal senior campaign. He's led his team to a National #18 ranking and a 31-2 record during the regular season. The TCU signee won MVP awards for the Dallas ISD Invitational and the Garland ISD Tournament. Miles has the Lancaster Tigers a heavy favorite for a 5A State Championship.
2020 Duncanville 6'7 wing Micah Peavy
Peavy's leadership and defensive tenacity have gone to another level this year. The reigning 6A State Title Game MVP has his Duncanville Panthers squad right back in contention for another title. The Texas Tech signee was the MVP of the prestigious Whataburger Tournament and was recently selected as a Jordan Brand All-American.
2020 Grand Prairie 6'3 G Jaylin Posey
Posey carried Grand Prairie High School basketball to heights it hasn't seen before. Posey lead the Gophers to a district title in arguably the toughest district in the state of Texas. The SFA signee averaged 19 points and 8 rebounds per game and has his team contending for a 6A State Title.
2020 Colleyville Heritage 6'2 G Baylor Hebb
Baylor has been one of the most prolific scorers in the state of Texas while leading his team to the 5A State Playoffs. Hebb averaged 24 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists per game. The Loyola-Chicago signee is a player nobody wants to see in a win or go home playoff game.
2021 St. Mark's 6'7 G Harrison Ingram
Ingram was sensational leading his St. Mark's team to a SPC State Championship. The Top 15 National prospect averaged 21 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists per game. Ingram was MVP of the Mavs Fall Classic.
2021 Waxahachie 6'3 G CJ Noland
CJ Noland has been as consistent as any player in the city with big performance after big performance. The junior guard averaged 20 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists per game for one of the top teams in the city. Noland and Waxahachie will be a tough out in the 6A playoffs.
Second Team ALL-DFW
2022 Lewisville 6'4 G Keyonte George
Keyonte led 6A in scoring this year. The Top 10 National Prospect had several big time scoring games and had 33 in a win to help his Lewisville squad claim the last playoff spot in their district. Keyonte posted season averages of 23 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists per game.
2022 Richardson 6'4 G Cason Wallace
Cason has helped transform Richardson into a true 6A State Title contender. The sophomore point guard helped lead his team to the playoffs and has them rolling at the right time. Wallace averaged 18 points, 5 assists and 6 rebounds per game. The Top 75 National prospect is one of the top defenders in the area.
2022 Kimball 6'4 G Terrio Morris
Terrio has Kimball right in the thick of things in 5A. The Top 25 National prospect averaged 22 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists while leading his Kimball Knights to a district championship.
2022 Richardson 6'5 G Rylan Griffen
Rylan has been one of the most prolific scorers in the state this year. The Top 60 National prospect has been special. He has Richardson right in the thick of a 6A Title chase.Rylan averaged 22 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists per game.
2021 John Paul II 6'6 wing Jaylon Tyson
Jaylon burst onto the scene with consistent high level production. Tyson has his JP2 squad heading to Waco for a TAPPS state title. Tyson averaged of 24 points and 6 rebounds per game.
2021 Lancaster 6'0 G Wade Taylor IV
Wade's game has really grown this year. The high scoring guard can still score with any player in the city but it's the balance in his game that put him on this list. His ability to facilitate and defend have reached new heights. Taylor is averaging 16 points, 5 assists and 4 steals per game while being a key piece to a nationally ranked Lancaster squad.