SECOND TEAM

Jarius Cook

Park Center, 6-3, sr. guard

The floor general of a balanced Pirates squad. "A great leader and a good example for our younger players," Park Center coach James Ware said. (College: N.D. State).

Michael Jones

Woodbury, 6-5, sr. guard

A 48 percent shooter from the floor, averaged 25.1 points per game. "The smartest and most hard-working player I've ever been around," Royals coach Kent Getzlaff said. (College: Davidson).

Zeke Nnaji

Hopkins, 6-10, jr. forward

Does a little bit of everything for the Royals. "Zeke is a positionless player," Hopkins coach Ken Novak said. Led the Royals to 26 consecutive victories during one stretch. (College: Undecided).

Josiah Strong

Champlin Park, 6-2, sr. guard

"After graduating 11 seniors off of last year's team, Josiah did an outstanding job of leading our young team to a very successful season," Rebels coach Mark Tuchscherer said. (College: Navy).

Calvin Wishart

Delano, 6-2, sr. guard

Team leader in scoring, assists and steals. Had six 40-point outings this season, two coming in section play. He will also guard one of the leading scorers on the opposition. (College: Georgia Southern).

THIRD TEAM

Courtney Brown, East Ridge, 6-6, jr. forward

Ben Carlson, East Ridge, 6-9, soph. forward

Dawson Garcia, Prior Lake, 6-10, soph. forward

David Roddy, Breck, 6-6, jr. center

Matt Todd, Monticello, 6-1, sr. guard

Tyler Wahl, Lakeville North, 6-7, jr. guard

Odell Wilson IV, Minneapolis North, 6-6, sr. center

The Star Tribune's All-Metro teams and Metro Player of the Year were chosen based on nominations from metro-area coaches, conversations with a panel of coaches and staff observations.