|Top hoops team in each of the 50 states and D.C.
||Jamychal Green (6-foot-8) will be among state's top players.
||Do the Warriors have enough to replace Jesse Bean?
||Mountain View (Mesa)
||Arizona signee Brandon Lavender leads the Toros.
||Little Rock Hall
||Sophomore point guard A.J. Walton (6-feet, 175) is the glue.
||Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
||UCLA-bound point man Jrue Holiday is state's top player.
||BC-bound Reggie Jackson makes the team go.
||NW Catholic (West Hartford)
||New London's Allan Chaney (Florida) has Whalers thinking title.
||Beat Sanford 67-41 in last year's title game.
||Montverde (Fla.) Academy
||American Heritage (Plantation) boasts junior Kenny Boynton.
||Dequan Jones and Wheeler (Marietta) will give Eagles a run.
||Can Punahou exact revenge on the Bulldogs?
||The Bobcats beat Borah (Boise) in last year's championship.
||Whitney Young (Chicago)
||How will Simeon rally without Derrick Rose?
||Lawrence North can contend with junior Stephan Van Treese.
||Linn Mar (Marion)
||Grant Gibbs can win third Class 4A title in four years.
||Highland Park (Topeka)
||Adrian Herrera and Scots coming off 25-0 Class 5A title run.
||Taylor Stewart, Nathan Novosel and Jordan Smart lead the Knights.
||Helen Cox (Harvey)
||Greg Monroe (Georgetown) should keep Cougars in title chase.
||Ten seniors return for team that won Class A crown.
||Montrose Christian (Rockville)
||Stu Vetter's trio of juniors is nation's best in class.
||BC High (Dorchester)
||Boston University-bound Jake OBrien (6-8) leads Eagles.
||Draymond Green leads defending Class A champions.
||Princeton's Jared Berggren (Wisconsin) has stellar post skills.
||New Hope (Columbus)
||Four starters return for last years 4A runners up.
||McCluer North (Florissant)
||Three Division I prospects looking for a repeat title run.
||Can the Golden Bears repeat?
||Eagles seek third straight state title.
||Findlay Prep's DeAndre Liggins (Kentucky) is state's best player.
||Reigning Division champs come off 24-2 campaign.
||St. Patrick's (Elizabeth)
||Celtics aim for third consecutive TOC title.
||Rams went 30-1 last season.
||Rice (Harlem, N.Y.)
||Lincoln's Lance Stephenson has the hype machine churning.
||New Hanover (N.C.)
||New coach, same core. Ty Walker is the difference.
||Three starters return for the defending champion Magicians.
||St. Edward (Lakewood, Ohio)
||Led by center B.J. Mullens, Canal Winchester will be a force.
||All-around junior Xavier Henry is the state's top talent.
||South (Medford, Ore.)
||With Kyle Singler at Duke, the Panthers need a new go-to guy.
||Roman Catholic (Philadelphia)
||Junior point guard Maalik Wayns is the player to watch.
||Jerrell Gomes (6-3) can score in bunches.
||Omar Sanders and Zycorrian Robinson are Class 4A's best duo.
||Rough Riders boast the battle-tested Isaac Jorgensen.
||St. Georges (Collierville, Tenn.)
||Duke-bound Elliot Williams is the state's top player.
||Nation's top team battles Oak Hill Dec. 17.
||Lone Peak (Highland)
||Tyler Haws shot 69 percent from three during 5A playoffs.
||Can the Green Knights repeat as Division I champs?
||Oak Hill (Mouth of Wilson, Va.)
||Benedictine forward Ed Davis is best homegrown talent.
||Franklin (Seattle, Wash.)
||Best genes: Shawn Stockton from Ferris (Spokane, Wash.).
||Eagles seek first WCAC title since 2003.
||South Charleston (W.Va.)
||Can the Black Eagles win it all with O.J. Mayo now at USC?
||St. Pius X
||Korie Lucious was Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's POY as a junior.
||Can Laramie contend again after being last years runner-up?