TYLER CONVERSE, SR., LEGACY: Top five in the Front Range League in points, assists and steals, his 372 points and 91 assists as a senior made him the school's all-time leader in both statistical categories.

JUSTINIAN JESSUP, SR., LONGMONT: The two-time player of the year and headed for Boise State University next season, his all-around game has led the Trojans to back-to-back Final Four appearances and the most wins of any 4A team over the past two seasons.

WALKER KORELL, SR., MEAD: Helping the Mavericks reach the Great Eight for the first time, he averaged 16.6 points per game with a unique combination of high-flying dunks and precision shooting.

FRANK RYDER, SR., FAIRVIEW: Returning to his home town of Boulder, Colo., for his senior campaign, the University of San Diego-bound center averaged 21.0 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game for the Knights.

LANDON TALIAFERRO, SR., BOULDER: Whether on a catch-and-shoot play or off the dribble, the Panthers always thought the ball was going in when he shot it. He averaged 17.1 points while making 63 3-pointers on the season.

COACH - DARIN REESE, MEAD: Guiding the Mavericks through a brutal schedule, he led this year's team to the program's first-ever appearance in the Great 8.



RHYTHM AJANKU, SR., SILVER CREEK: The slashing guard's blistering 49 percent mark from behind the 3-point line easily set a school record on his way to leading the Raptors with 14.6 points per game in his first season as a varsity starter.

KOLTON BACHMAN, SR., LONGMONT: Possibly undersized but definitely not overmatched in the post, his leaping ability and tenacity allowed him to average 12.9 points as well as a team-high 5.4 rebounds.

SAM FOSTER, JR., BROOMFIELD: Having a breakout season in 2015-16, he led the Eagles in scoring average (12.3) during what turned out to be a bounce-back campaign for the program.

JOE GOLTER, JR., HOLY FAMILY: Losing Chris Helbig before the season heaped even more responsibility onto his shoulders and Golter handled it masterfully, leading the team in scoring (11.6), assists (4.4) and steals (2.3) throughout the Tigers' 17-win season.

ANTUN MARICEVIC, SR., LONGMONT CHRISTIAN: The versatile 6-foot-9 Croatian transfer was a double-double machine for the Warriors this season, leading the team in scoring and rebounds.


Trevor Ballard, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Walker Bounds, Sr., Niwot; Jack Boyle, Sr., Boulder; Jack Burgesser, Sr., Broomfield; Jonathan Dee, Sr., Peak to Peak; Matt Dietz, Sr., Skyline; Trent Dykema, So., Silver Creek; Bill DiScipio, Sr., Boulder; Eric Gambon, Jr., Centaurus; Hunter Gutierrez, Jr., Skyline; Kyle Helbig, Fr., Holy Family; Gray Hill, Sr., Shining Mountain; Ryan Kannegieter, Sr., Niwot; Chelton Lebon, Sr., Frederick; Nate Lehnerz, Sr., Broomfield; James Maher, Sr., Mead; Cameron McCurry, Jr., Erie; Andy Nelson, Sr., Holy Family; Caleb Pene, Sr., Faith Baptist; Luke Puchino, Sr., Longmont Christian; Joe Rodriguez, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Cooper Rothe, Sr., Longmont; Mac Rowan, Sr., Monarch; Dalton Royer, Sr., Legacy; Alex Sandstrom, Jr., Mead; Eli Sullivan, Sr., Longmont; Tyler Trinh, So., Monarch; Michael Ward, Jr., Mead; Chris Weatherly, Sr., Fairview; Luke Wilson, Jr., Boulder.

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