Concord Cox Mill junior Wendell Moore is the 2017-18 N.C. Basketball Coaches Association all-state boys high school player of the year.
The coaches association, comprised of public school coaches throughout the state, released its all-state team Monday. Private school players are not eligible. The N.C Independent Schools released its all-state teams last month (click to see).
Moore, a 6-foot-6 junior, averaged 25 points and eight rebounds this season. He led his team to a second straight N.C. 3A state championship and repeated as state finals MVP. He scored his 2,000th point this season and holds more than 15 Division I offers, from schools including Duke, Kansas and North Carolina.
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Moore was joined on the all-star team by several Observer-area stars.
Cox Mill’s Rechon Black, a North Carolina recruit, and Rocky River sophomore Jaden Springer made first team. Independence’s Jamarius Burton, MVP of the state 4A championship game, Kings Mountain’s Adrian Delph and Piedmont’s Hunter Tyson made second team. Burton is uncommitted. Delph (Appalachian State) and Tyson (Clemson) have already signed.
NCBCA All-State Team
Wendell Moore, Cox Mill, Jr.
Jayden Gardner, Wake Forest Heritage, Sr.
Rechon Black, Cox Mill, Sr.
Kenny Dye, Jacksonville Northside, Sr.
Jaden Springer, Rocky River, So.
Jamarius Burton, Independence, Sr.
Isaiah Bigelow, Greensboro Smith, Sr.
Adrian Delph, Kings Mountain, Sr.
Hunter Tyson, Piedmont, Sr.
Davien Williamson, W-S Prep, Sr.
Shykiem Phillips, South Central, Jr.
Jalen Cone, Walkertown, So.
Imajae Dodd, Greene Central, Jr.
Jaylen Alston, Eastern Guilford, Sr.
Jaylen Richard, Durham Jordan, Sr.
Player of the year: Wendell Moore, Cox Mill
Coach of the year: Tony Marshburn, Jacksonville Northside