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OKPreps Boys All State Team

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Brady Manek – Senior – Forward – Harrah
– Manek ended his career as the school’s all-time leading scorer. The Oklahoma signee was a force in 4A basketball during his four years.

Caleb Nero – Senior – Guard – Memorial
– Caleb Nero added his name to the long list of Memorial basketball greats. He has been one of the more underrated players in Oklahoma the last two years.

Keyshawn Embery – Junior – Guard – Midwest City
– The first of two juniors to make the list. Midwest City’s Keyshawn Embery became a must-see attraction this year.

Mason Harrell – Junior – Guard – Carl Albert
– Harrell isn’t going to be a highly rated college recruit, but he’ll be the best point guard in the state next year as a senior.

Trae Young – Senior – Guard – Norman North
– Young is one of the best players to come out of Oklahoma in a decade. The McDonald’s All American put on a show every time he hit the floor.

Callen Haydon – Senior – Guard – El Reno
– El Reno’s Callen Haydon was one of the best scorers that didn’t get enough attention, playing in 5A with heavyweights Carl Albert and Memorial

Elijah Landrum – Senior – Guard – Central
– Landrum, an SMU signee, helped lead Central back to the mountain top as a sophomore. He also led the Braves to multiple state tourney trips.

Ethan Chargois – Senior – Forward – Union
– Chargois, another SMU signee, was a dominant player that dealt with his share of injuries. When he was on the court, he couldn’t be stopped.

Marques Wilson – Senior – Guard – Edmond North
– The Lehigh signee was outstanding during Edmond North’s title run. He was a calming presence on a complete championship team.

RJ Fuqua – Senior – Guard – Booker T Washington
– Earned a reputation as a clutch player, hitting multiple game-winners during his career. He solidified his legacy by leading BTW to the title game.

Adokiye Iyaye – Junior – Guard – Putnam City North
– Led Putnam City North back to the state tournament. Was a dynamic playmaker once he made it to the playoffs.

Adrian Rodriguez – Senior – Forward – Union
– While most of the attention was on Ethan Chargois, Adrian Rodriguez evolved into a great post player. The growth in Rodriguez’s game is impressive.

Cameron Hines – Senior – Guard – Fort Cobb-Broxton
– Hines ended his career with another state championship. Hines and Fort Cobb were unstoppable in Class A. He would even push some of the bigger schools.

Jeffrey Oxford – Senior – Guard – Claremore
– Everyone will remember Claremore’s run to the title game in 2017. Oxford’s shot to beat Carl Albert will be talked about for years.

Trey Hopkins – Junior – Guard – Carl Albert
– One of the best players in Oklahoma’s 2018 class, Hopkins was dominant when he needed to be dominant. Made up a great 1-2 punch with Mason Harrell.

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