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Seattle Times all-state boys basketball team

The Seattle Times' 2013 all-state boys basketball team, selected by Times reporter Jayson Jenks.

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Boys Player of Year
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
G D.J. Fenner Seattle Prep 6-6 Sr.
Averaged 27.3 points per game and made his teammates better.
All-State First Team
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
G Zach LaVine Bothell 6-4 Sr.
LaVine, who will play at UCLA next season, led area in scoring at 28.3 ppg.
G Dezmyn Trent Foss (Tacoma) 6-4 Sr.
Four 40-point games. Had plenty of D-I interest and committed to Boise State.
G Jason Todd Jackson (Mill Creek) 6-5 Jr.
Leading scorer (22 ppg), rebounder and best defender for state runners-up.
G/F Tucker Haymond Garfield (Seattle) 6-6 Sr.
Versatile player averaged more than 18 points. Will play at Western Michigan.
F Tre'Shaun Fletcher Lincoln (Tacoma) 6-7 Sr.
Colorado signee averaged 21 points. Had double-double in every game at state.
Second Team
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
G Dominic Robinson Curtis (University Place) 5-7 Sr.
Small guard with huge game led Vikings to 4A state title and was tournament MVP.
G Tramaine Isabell Lakeside (Seattle) 6-1 Jr.
In final 16 games, averaged 21 points. One of state's best returning players.
G Ahmaad Rorie Lincoln (Tacoma) 6-2 Jr.
Lit up 3A state tourney by averaging 26 points. Committed to Cal.
G Brett Bailey University (Spokane) 6-5 Sr.
San Diego signee averaged 23 points, eight rebounds.
G Shaqquan Aaron Rainier Beach (Seattle) 6-7 Jr.
Big guard can score from anywhere. Verbally committed to Louisville.
Coach of the Year
Tim Kelly, Curtis
Kelly won third state title, becoming one of few coaches in state history with titles at different schools. He also won at Lincoln in 2002 and 2003.

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