Canisius: 6-3 senior forward
PPG: 14.0 Reb: 7.5 Assists: 6.7
Jones played his best in the three wins over Park, including Manhattan Cup final in which he recorded 18 points, six rebounds and six assists en route to MVP honors. Battled through severe ankle sprain to be ‘X’ factor in second win over Pioneers. Invaluable at both ends of the floor, the first-team All-WNY football pick averaged three steals and played lockdown defense for a team that yielded 51.8 ppg.
Fredonia: 6-4 senior forward
PPG: 18.0 Reb: 6.6 Assists: 3.0
Moore finished his three-year career with 926 points. He secured MVP honors in the Class B-2 final after scoring game-high 31 points to lead Hillbillies to their first Section VI title since 1994. He scored 36 points in win over Maple Grove and 30 in victory over Class C-1 finalist Chautauqua Lake. In addition to shooting 61 percent from two-point range, he also made 1.7 steals and blocked 1.5 shots per game.
Jamestown: 6-4 junior forward
PPG: 21.8 Reb: 10.1 Assists: 2.7
The ECIC I co-player of the year, Rojas earned his share of the honor by carrying Jamestown to yet another sectional final during what many expected would be a down season for the Class AA power. He scored more than 30 points four times and was held below 10 just once. He sank game-deciding free throws in Class AA semifinal win over North with 4.8 second left. Shot 54.6 percent from the floor.
Middle College: 5-9 senior guard
PPG: 19.0 Assists:4.0 Steals: 1.5
Class C-2 Tournament MVP scored game-high 31 points in sectional final win over Silver Creek. In four seasons with Kats, the quick, gifted shooter helped his team win overall Class C title each time. State all-tournament selection drained five three-pointers during 18-point performance in state final win over Haldane. The 1,000-points scorer plans to attend a prep school in Ohio.
Wmsv. North: 6-4 senior forward
PPG: 22.3 Reb: 7.2 Steals: 2.2
Jack finished his North career ranked third in career scoring at the school with 1,241 points. His 510 points are third most in a single season at North. He also set the school record for three-pointers in a season (67) en route to scoring more than 20 points in a game 14 times. ECIC I co-player of the year scored at least 30 five times. Jack plans to hone his skills at a still-to-be-determined prep school.