By Dave Brousseau
Here are Broward’s Top 25 boys high school basketball players known as the Dream Team from the 2018-19 season as selected by boxscorereport.com.
BOXSCOREREPORT.COM 2018-19 DREAM TEAM
Boys First Team Top 25
SCOTTIE BARNES, University School, F (Jr.): The Sharks court general averaged 14.5 points, 7.4 rebounds and 5.8 assists and another Class 5A state title. Had 22 points in the state semifinal against The Villages Charter.
DESHAWN BARTLEY, Dillard, G (Sr.): Average 13.5 points and 2.9 assists, while leading the Panthers to a 21-win season and a berth in the Class 7A state championship game.
TOUMANI CAMARA, Chaminade-Madonna, F (Sr.): The University of Georgia signee averaged 24.3 points, 10.4 rebounds and 2.6 assists in leading the Lions to a 20-win season. He was also named to the Top 100 by ESPN.
WESLEY CARDET, Northeast, G, (So.): Led the Hurricanes averaging 20.4 points, 10.6 rebounds and 5.2 assists. Shot 48-percent from the field, including 33-percent behind the arch.
VERNON CAREY JR., University School, C (Sr.): The 6-10, Duke signee, missed the 5A state tournament with an ankle injury. He led the Sharks averaging 21.9 points and nine rebounds this season.
TIM DALGER, Calvary Christian, G (Sr.): Was among the team leaders averaging 12.8 points and 5.8 rebounds. Led the Eagles to a 15-11 record and the District 13-5A semifinals.
BRENT DAVIS, Miramar, G (Jr.): Averaged 13.9 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.4 assists. Help lead the Patriots to the BCAA Big 8 Tournament and a District 13-9A title with a double overtime win over Pines Charter.
BRIAN DUGAZON, Stranahan, G (Sr.): At 5-9, 130 pounds, he was the leader that helped the Dragons to the programs first state title in school history. Averaged 17.5 points at the 6A state tournament.
REGGIE DUHART, Boyd Anderson, F (Sr.): The two-time district champion led the Cobras averaging 13.5 points per game. He was also the team leader in blocked shots.
DALLAS GRAZIANI, Cooper City, G (Sr.): Averaged a Broward County leading 32.3 points, along with 5.8 assists and 3.6 rebounds. Also had a team-high 64 three-pointers.
SAM GRIFFIN, Westminster Academy, G (Sr.): Was the other half of the back-court duo with Johnston. Averaged 23.6 points on the season, including 49 points during two games at the state tournament.
JAYLEN HAYNES, Dillard, F (Jr.): One of the teams three forwards, averaged 11 points and 7.6 rebounds per game. Helped advance the Panthers to the 7A sgtate title game.
JACE HOWARD, University School, F (Jr.): At 6-6 played an important role leading the Sharks to a second consecutive Class 5A state title. Averaged 14.5 points at the state tournament.
SHANE HUNTER, St. Thomas Aquinas, F (Sr.): The Nova Southeastern signee finished her career averaging 15 points, 11 rebounds and three assists. Was also a Kreul Classic First-Team pick in 2017 and 2018.
CHASE JOHNSTON, Westminster Academy, G (Sr.): Set a national record with 546 career 3-pointers. Averaged 27.1 points, 6.1 rebounds and 4.2 assists while leading the Lions to their third straight Class 4A state championship.
TYLER KRIVITZKIN, Cypress Bay, G (Sr.): Helped lead the Lightning to a District 12-9A title and victories over Douglas and Western in the first two rounds of the regional playoffs, before falling to Wellington.
INADY LEGISTE, Stranahan, F (Jr.): At 6-6, played an important role in the paint for the Dragons. Was 11 of 13 from the field for 23 points and had six rebounds in a state semifinal victory over Nature Coast Tech.
ALEX LONDON, Coral Springs, F (Sr.): The 6-foot-7 forward was the Colts leading scorer. Was also selected to the Sunshine State Premier Senior All-Star games.
DAMARI MONSANTO, Western, F (Sr.): Averaged 28.4 points, 10 rebounds, three assists during his senior year for the Wildcats. The East Tennessee State University signee was the Broward big school Player of the Year.
VICTOR ROBINSON, Deerfield Beach, G (Sr.): The four-year starter played a pivotal role in leading the Bucks to a 22-victory season, averaging 17 points and 11 rebounds.
JOSHUA SCOTT, Blanche Ely, F (Sr.): Became the first basketball player in school history to be part of the three state championships. Averaged 14.0 points and 4.6 rebounds. Finished career with 1117 points.
ANDERES STANTON-MCCRAY, Blanche Ely, F (Jr.): Averaged 11.4 points and 4.8 rebounds. Led the Tigers in the state title game against Lakewood Ranch with 19 points and six rebounds.
KEITH THON-GERMAIN, Piper, W (Sr.): Was the Bengals leading scorer and was key in producing an 18-win season before losing to Cypress Bay in the District 11-9A semifinals.
GERTAUTAS URBONAVICIUS, Cardinal Gibbons, F (Sr.): The 6-7 power forward was the strength of the Chiefs in the paint. Despite missing some time to injury, he helped guide the team to a 16-win season.
ZAIRE WADE, American Heritage, G (Jr.): The 6-foot-2 guard and son of former Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade averaged 18.3 points, six rebounds and four assists for the Patriots.
American Heritage: Masai Olowokere, Andrew Volmar; Archbishop McCarthy: Nico Chee; Blanche Ely: Lamont Evans, Tyrecke Francois, Malachi Hazelton; Boyd Anderson: Floyd Rideau Jr.; Calvary Christian: Gregg Glenn; Cardinal Gibbons: Elrod Taylor Jr., Alex Vertus; Chaminade-Madonna: Thaddius Franklin Jr., Andre Weir; Coconut Creek: Tyus Williams; Cooper City: Elijah Wyche; Coral Glades: Anthony Ruiz, Kenneth Turner; Deerfield Beach: Faizon Francis; Dillard: Makerere Williams; Douglas: Matt Fisher, Marshaun West; Fort Lauderdale: Alex Doane; Highlands Christian: Ryan Lassen. James Nichols; Hollywood Christian: Chayse Billie, Alex Michael; McArthur: Rahmel Davis; Miramar: Khamaury McMillan; Monarch: Jelani Heard; North Broward Prep: Justin Abson, Dominick Denny; Northeast: Brandon Patrick; Nova: Jacques Eugene Pembroke Pines Charter: Justin Debuck; Pine Crest: Amen Thompson; Ausar Thompson; Piper: Gregory McKay; Posnack: Joel Brandwein, Josh Schultz; Sagemont: Isiah Kirby; St. Thomas Aquinas: TJ Taylor; Lenny Ricca; Sheridan Hills: Kaleb Saintil; Somerset: Nathan Montaque; South Plantation: Blair Cleare; Taravella: Nicholas Chen; University School: Jett Howard, Roger McFarlane; Western: Garrett Anderson Jr., Lavar Miller; Westminster Academy: Tony Atkinson, Ben Middlebrooks, Stephen Swenson.