All-State Hoops: Massachusetts

See all 51 All-State teams.

With the 2011-12 hoops season set to tip off, ESPNHS has all the info you need on the top players in Massachusetts.

We’ve broken down the state’s top 20 players into four teams based on their talent, and included a whole lot of other players who just missed the cut. Keep in mind, these selections are based on past accomplishments and projected on-court performance in addition to recruit rankings.

For a list of the top senior basketball recruits in Massachusetts, click here.

Massachusetts All-State Basketball

First Team

G: Sam Cassell Jr., Notre Dame Prep, 6-4/180, Senior

Son of former Celtics point guard will be a Division I player.

G: Myles Davis, Notre Dame Prep, 6-3/190, Junior

Athletic 2-guard has committed to Xavier.

G: Nikolas Stauskas, St. Mark's, 6-6/205, Senior

Michigan recruit is ranked No. 83 in the ESPNU 100.

F: Jake Layman, King Philip, 6-8/190, Senior

Maryland recruit exploded last season.

C: Kaleb Tarczewski, St. Mark's, 7-0/220, Senior

State’s top-ranked player (No. 6 in ESPNU 100).

Second Team

G: Jaylen Brantley, Wilbraham & Monson, 5-10/150, Junior

One of the top sharpshooters in the state.

G: Rene Castro, Worcester Academy, 6-0/185, Junior

Quick guard already has Division I offers.

G: Akosa Maduegbunam, Winchendon School, 6-3/185, Senior

Scored 22.3 points per game for Charlestown last year.

F: Evan Cummins, Northfield-Mt. Hermon, 6-9/205, Senior

Banger posted 6.5 points and 9.0 rebounds per game as a junior.

F: Ethan O'Day, Northfield-Mt. Hermon, 6-8/210, Senior

Interior defender has double-double potential.

Third Team

G: Aaron Calixte, Stoughton, 5-10/175, Junior

Can drop 30 in a flash and be a pest on defense, too.

G: Anthony Dallier, Northfield-Mt. Hermon, 6-6/195, Junior

Pennsylvania native has Ivy, Patriot League interest.

F: Pete Miller, Northfield-Mt. Hermon, 6-8/205, Senior

Key part of Northfield-Mt. Hermon’s big man rotation.

F: John Powell, Brimmer and May, 6-8/210, Senior

Lefty doesn’t miss inside the paint.

C: Jacquil Taylor, Beaver CD, 6-8/190, Junior

Could be one of state’s most dominant big men by end of winter.

Fourth Team

G: Dimitry Coronel, Tabor Academy, 6-4/185, Senior

Athletic wing has committed to Maine.

G: Eric Green, St. Mark's, 6-5/180, Senior

Should have a big year playing with Nikolas Stauskas in the backcourt.

F: Tommy Carpenter, Northfield-Mt. Hermon, 6-7/200, Senior

Gifted passer for his size, and tough enough to work the glass.

F: Steve Haladyna, St. John's Prep, 6-5/180, Senior

Is now the Eagles’ No. 1 option after scoring 19.7 per game last year.

F: Keandre Stanton, Lynn English, 6-6/200, Senior

Averaged 19.5 points and 12 rebounds last year with 10 triple-doubles.

Other Top Players

Cooper Ainge, Wellesley, G, Sr.

John Basile, East Longmeadow, F, Sr.

DeKeeba Battee, Northfield-Mt. Hermon, F, Jr.

Josh Bosworth, East Longmeadow, F, Jr.

Adam Bramanti, Masconomet, G, Sr.

Tyler Delorey, Holy Name, F, Sr.

Ryan DiBernardo, Springfield Cathedral, G, Sr.

Matt Droney, Catholic Memorial, G, Sr.

Rony Fernandez, Charlestown, F, Sr.

Jonathan Fortes, New Bedford, F, Sr.

Joe Glynn, Cardinal Spellman, F, Sr.

Tykei Hallman, King Philip, F, Jr.

Dana Hines, Concord-Carlisle, C, Sr.

Sayvonn Houston, Brockton, C, Sr.

Malik James, Brighton, G, Jr.

Chris Lee, Lexington, F, Sr.

Trevon Moore, East Boston, G, Sr.

Marcus Neale, West Roxbury, G, Sr.

Jared Neumann, Northampton, F, Sr.

Chris O’Keefe, Lexington, G, Sr.

Matt Palecki, St. John’s (Shrewsbury), C, Sr.

Jonathan Perez, Lowell, G, Jr.

Luis Puello, Central Catholic, G, Sr.

Kenny Reed, Reading, G, Sr.

Colin Richey, Whitinsville Christian, G, Jr.

Isaiah Robinson, St. John’s Prep, F, Jr.

Rakim Smith-Lartey, Somerville, G, Sr.

Maurice Taylor, Beaver CD, F, Jr.

Mike Thorpe, Newton North, G, Sr.

Steve Wynn, New Bedford, G, Sr.