The Your Prep Sports All-Decade Boys Basketball Team

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Ryan Murken

Your Prep Sports

Few basketball teams in state history have had a run of success like West High has enjoyed over the past decade.

West High has reached the state tournament each of the past nine seasons, reaching the Class 4A title game six times since 2011 and winning four titles.

Given the success West High has had over the last decade it makes sense the Your Prep Sports area all-decade boys basketball team is filled with former (and even current) Trojans.

The Your Prep Sports series of all-decade teams continues with a list of 15 of the top boys basketball players to compete on the hardwood from 2010 to 2019.

Your Prep Sports All-Decade Boys Basketball Team

Jeremy Morgan, West High – Earned first-team all-state honors as a junior and senior helping West High to back-to-back 26-0 seasons that ended with Class 4A state titles. The 6-foot-4 Morgan scored 1,135 career points.

Wyatt Lohaus, West High – Named Mr. Basketball in 2014 Lohaus led West High to a 94-9 record and three straight state titles during his career while scoring 1,271 points. Lohaus averaged 19.5 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game as a senior.

Drew Cook, Regina – A member of the YPS all-decade football team Cook was a two-time all-state pick in basketball and earned first-team honors in 2015 when he averaged 22.6 points and 8.6 rebounds per game while leading Regina to a Class 2A runner-up finish.

Patrick McCaffery, West High – One of the most dynamic players in program history McCaffery earned all-state honors three times, twice being named to the 4A first team, and finished his career with 1,550 points and 505 rebounds.

Connor McCaffery, West High – A four-year starter at point guard McCaffery directed West High to four consecutive 20-win seasons, a 92-12 record and a pair of state titles. A three-time all-state pick and two-time first teamer McCaffery led West High in scoring his final two seasons and scored 1,379 career points.

Rylan Murry, West Branch – The 6-foot-8 Murry averaged 23.7 points, 8.8 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game over his final two seasons and was a first-team all-state pick in 2013.

Dondre Alexander, West High – A two-time all-state pick Alexander was a first-team selection in 2012 and closed his prep career with 1,032 points.

Masen Miller, Regina – One of the top shooters in the state over the past several seasons Miller was a first-team all-state pick as a junior in 2018 when he averaged 20.4 points per game and led the state with 99 3-pointers.

Devontae Lane, West High – Lane became the second West High athlete to earn first-team all-state honors in both football and basketball in the same school year in 2017 when he averaged 14.9 points, ranked second in 4A in steals (3.1) and eighth in assists (4.1) per game.

David DiLeo, West High – A 6-foot-7 sharpshooter, DiLeo shot 44 percent from 3-point range in his career earning all-state honors in both of his two seasons as a starter in 2014 and 2015.

Cooper Kabela, West Branch – The 6-foot-5 forward closed his career with 1,245 points and set a single-season school record with 572 points in 2017 when he earned first-team all-state honors after averaging 23.8 points and 7.9 rebounds per game.

Even Brauns, West High – With most of his senior season still to play the Belmont recruit has already scored 796 points and grabbed 413 rebounds in his career after averaging 11 points and 5.5 rebounds per game last season.

Wali Parks, West High – An explosive athlete Parks earned all-state honors in 2016 when he averaged 12.6 points and a team-high 6.5 rebounds on the Trojans 4A runner-up team.

Beau Cornwell, West Branch – The all-time leading scorer in West Branch history, Cornwell averaged better than 19 points per game in each of his final three seasons finishing his career with 1,709 points.

Andre Brandon, Liberty High – The 6-foot-5 forward led Liberty High in scoring and rebounding in each of its first two varsity seasons and is tops on the team in both categories five games into his final season.

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