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All-State Hoops: West Virginia

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

We've broken down the state's top 20 players into four teams based on their talent. Keep in mind, these preseason selections are based on past accomplishments and projected on-court performance in addition to recruit rankings.

See all 51 all-state basketball teams.

First team

G: Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Huntington Prep, 6-2/175, Junior
Will be floor general for national power Huntington Prep this season.

G: Q.J. Henderson, Hedgeville, 5-10, Senior
Averaged 16.4 points per game to earn Class 3A All-State honors.

F: Andrew Wiggins, Huntington Prep, 6-7/190, Sophomore
Considered by some as the best sophomore player in the country.

F: Nathan Adrian, Morgantown, 6-9/195, Junior
Athletic combo forward already pledged commitment to play for West Virginia.

F: Stefan Jankovic, Huntington Prep, 6-9/200, Senior
Serbia native has long list of colleges hoping for his commitment.

Second team

G: Jordan Simpson, Man, 6-2/170, Senior
Averaged 25.1 points per game as a junior; also baseball prospect.

G: Javontae Hawkins, Huntington Prep, 6-5/195, Senior
South Florida commit is one of the best shooting guards in the class.

F: Zac Grossenbacher, Parkersburg, 6-7/190, Senior
Wofford commit averaged 12.8 points per game as a junior.

F: Elijah Macon, Huntington Prep, 6-9/230, Senior
Four-star recruit is committed to West Virginia.

F: Negus Webster-Chan, Huntington Prep, 6-6/175, Senior
Canadian native is verbally committed to Missouri.

Third team

G: Jon Elmore, South Charleston, 6-1, Sophomore
Burst onto scene last year, his freshman season, by averaging double figures.

G: Garrett Grantham, Jefferson, 5-11/165, Senior
All-State point guard can shoot and steal against the best of them.

G: Santino DiTripano, George Washington, 6-2/165, Senior
Point guard led team to first Class 3A title in 40 years last season.

G: Javonne Staunton-Bailey, Oak Hill, Sophomore
Turned a lot of heads after dominating performance in state tournament.

F: Clay Rokisky, Madonna, 6-4/215, Senior
Averaged 16.1 points and 9.5 rebounds for Class A champion Madonna.

Fourth team

G: Toquan Hayes, Huntington, 6-3/190, Senior
Earned spot on second team all-state in Class 3A last season.

G: Jacob Copley, Tolisa, 6-4, Senior
Averaged 18 points as a sophomore and 19 points as a junior.

G: Jalen Jones, Mt. Hope, 5-9/160, Sophomore
Freshman sensation averaged 26 points per game last year.

F: Mark Winters, Magnolia, 6-6/220, Senior
Has started since he was a freshman; averaged 18 points per game last year.

C: Tanveer Bhullar, Huntington Prep, 7-3/300, Junior
Tallest player in the state has offers from Detroit and Seton Hall.