The 2019 Washington high school boys basketball season has wrapped up, which means it’s time to reveal our all-classification all-state teams.
Scorebook Live’s staff took a look at the best boys and girls basketball players in the state of Washington, regardless of classification, and cast ballots for first, second and third team all-state. You can view our boys basketball all-state teams below. Our girls basketball all-state teams will be revealed on Monday.
2019 Scorebook Live All-State Boys Basketball
Nowell, a 6-5 guard, led Eastside Catholic to a third-place finish at the 3A state tournament, racking up 30 points and 7 rebounds in their 69-53 victory over Rainier Beach. He already has Pac-12 offers from Washington and Washington State.
Penner, a dynamic 6-1 guard, led Capital to the 3A state quarterfinals, torching the nets along the way. He set a 3A state tournament record for total 3-pointers made, hitting 18 in just three games. Penner has an offer from Seattle Pacific.
Saxen, a 6-10 post, led Ingraham to the 3A quarterfinals by racking up 15 points, 9 rebounds and 7 blocks in a win over Prairie. He has multiple Division I offers, including Washington, Pepperdine and Montana.
Salinas, a 6-1 point guard, led Zillah to its second 1A state championship in the last three years. He was named the 1A state tournament MVP after racking up 17 points, 6 assists and 6 rebounds in their title game victory over King’s Way Christian.
Dobler teamed up with RaeQuan Battle to give Marysville-Pilchuck one of the best backcourts in the state this season. An athletic 6-1 guard with NBA range, Dobler helped the Tomahawks earn a fourth-place trophy at the 3A state tournament, their highest finish in school history. He filled up the stat sheet in their fourth-place win over Kelso, finishing with 14 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 steals.
Twenge, one of the best shooters in the state, helped lead Mt. Spokane to the 3A state championship game. A first team all-Greater Spokane League selection, Twenge will play for Whitworth next season.
Arguably the most explosive scorer in the state, Pollard averaged over 30 points per game this season and scored 45 in a loss to Garfield. A 6-1 guard, he has committed to play for Central Washington next season.
Perry is one of the best big men in the state, and he’s only a sophomore. An explosive athlete, the 6-9 Perry had 20 points, 17 rebounds and 5 blocks in Battle Ground’s 4A state tournament loss to Kentridge.
Moffet was unstoppable at the 1B state tournament, averaging 30.8 points over four games, including a tournament record 48-point performance in a win over Neah Bay. A 5-11 point guard, Moffet has proven himself as one of the top scorers in the state at any level.
Munson helped lead Puyallup to a sixth-place finish at the 4A state tournament. An athletic 6-9 forward, Munson dominated the boards at the Tacoma Dome, hauling in 44 rebounds over four games. He turned some heads in a district playoff loss to Federal Way when he had 29 points and 11 rebounds while being guarded by Jaden McDaniels and Tari Eason. He has offers from Washington and Washington State.