Rare All-State company for St. Clement's Bruce

With his selection to our fourth annual boys basketball All-State Team this afternoon, St. Clement senior Khaneil Bruce joins a rarified company of athletes to make ESPN Boston's All-State Teams in two different sports.

The 6-foot-4, 190-pound Bruce, a Cambridge resident, made our All-State Team in football last fall as a wide receiver, after helping lead the Anchormen to the Division 6 North title with 1,207 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns. He earned a spot on our boys basketball All-State Team this winter after leading the Anchormen to the Division 4 state championship, their first state title in school history, averaging 16.4 points and 7.8 rebounds.

Bruce's future is in football but he remains undecided on college plans, though the University of Rhode Island remains a possibility. It may just be due diligence, but it is also worth noting that Oregon State recently inquired about Bruce.

Bruce joins an elite group of athletes that are all doing big things at the college level. Here are the other two-sport All-State selections in the four-year history of ESPNBoston.com's high school section:

Colin Blackwell, St. John’s Prep

Boys Hockey (2010-11), Boys Lacrosse (2011)

Present: Harvard hockey, San Jose Sharks draft pick

Kevin Bletzer, Catholic Memorial

Boys Lacrosse (2013), Football (2013)

Present: Signed with Boston College football

James Burke, Duxbury

Football (2011), Boys Lacrosse (2012)

Present: Penn State lacrosse

Pat Connaughton, St. John’s Prep

Boys Basketball (2010-11), Baseball (2011)

Present: Notre Dame basketball, baseball

Frank Crinella, Springfield Cathedral

Boys Hockey (2011-12), Baseball (2012)

Present: Merrimack baseball

Casey DeAndrade, East Bridgewater

Football (2011), Baseball (2012)

Present: New Hampshire football

Blake Dietrick, Wellesley

Girls Basketball (2010-11), Girls Lacrosse (2011)

Present: Princeton basketball

Matt O’Keefe, Duxbury

Football (2011), Boys Lacrosse (2012)

Present: Johns Hopkins lacrosse

Richard Rodgers, St. John’s (Shrewsbury)

Football (2010), Boys Basketball (2010-11)

Present: Cal football, declared for NFL Draft