|Ben Antoine||Cypress Bay||Jr.||F|
|Benji Bell||Blanche Ely||Sr.||G|
|Javaris Jenkins||Deerfield Beach||Jr.||F|
|Kendall Roberts||St. Thomas Aquinas||Sr.||F|
|Justin Satchell||Pembroke Pines Charter||Jr.||F|
Orlando Perez; Flanagan: Will Perez, Shane Young; McArthur: Brian Cabdelario, Jose Santos; Miramar: Cornelius Henry, Lance Tejada; Monarch: Josh Balogh; Northeast: Wilson Alerte; Nova: Tevin Dailey, Vance Houston, Kevin Youne; Piper: Jonathan Kerr, Michael Madourie; Plantation: Tyler Butler, Roderick McCree; St. Thomas Aquinas: Tanner Bombich, Papa N'Diaye, Tyler Palov; South Broward: Kemsey Sylvestre; South Plantation: Henry Brand, Raynier Mendez; Stranahan: Antyon Almonor, Matthew Villanueva; Taravella: Dyland Angelo, David Torrance; West Broward: Joshua Carson, Hannif Cheatham, Kevin Rodriguez; Western: Stef Alvarez, Mike Consuegra.
Coach of the YearMelvin Randall
Comment: In his 11th season at Ely, Randall led the Tigers to one of the best seasons in school history. Ely finished with a 30-2 record and dominated its way through the district, regional and state tournaments to claim the Class 7A state title with a 78-46 victory over Oak Ridge. The Tigers were consistently ranked among the top 20 programs in the nation in the ESPNHS Powerade Fab 50 and earned an invite to the ESPNHS National High School Invitational in Maryland.
Coach's quote: "I call them the 13 best kids to represent Blanche Ely High School and the six All-American coaches. That's why this year was so special. The staff really prepared these kids and the kids stepped up. We had goals set and they accomplished them."