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  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith (22) was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.
  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith (22) was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.
  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith (22) was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.
  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith (22) was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.
  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith (22) was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.
  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.
  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.
  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith (22) was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.
  • Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith (22) was one of the state's best players this year, as he averaged nearly 22 points per game and 11 rebounds while leading the Cougars to another league title. Foster-Smith was recognized for his efforts with a Class A All-State Special Mention from the Michigan Associated Press.

Truman's Aaron Foster-Smith earns special mention

The Associated Press Class A basketball All-State team, as selected by a panel of 11 Michigan sports writers:



Eric Davis, Saginaw Arthur Hill, 6-4, Jr., Player of the Year



Kenny Goins, Warren Mott, 6-8, Sr.



Jaylen Johnson, Ypsilanti, 6-9, Sr.



Yante Maten, Bloomfield Hills, 6-7, Sr.



Cameron Morse, Flint Carman-Ainsworth, 6-1, Sr.



Deshaun Thrower, Muskegon, 6-1, Sr.



Justin Tillman, Detroit Pershing, 6-7, Sr.



Akhemji Williams, Rochester Adams, 5-8, Sr.



Deyonta Davis, Muskegon, 6-9, Jr.



Cassius Winston, Detroit U-D Jesuit, 6-2, So.



COACH OF THE YEAR:



Keith Guy, Muskegon



SPECIAL MENTION (nominees receiving two or more votes from the 11-member panel):



Xavier Tillman, Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central; Jaleel Hogan, Mount Pleasant; Aaron Foster-Smith, Taylor Truman; Kenny Carpenter, Detroit Cass Tech; Drew Cushingberry, Romeo; Keyon Addison, Saginaw; Xavier Cochran, Ann Arbor Huron; Algevon Eichelberger, Saginaw; DeQuandre Dentmond, Lansing Eastern



COACH:



Nick Simon, Howell



HONORABLE MENTION (nominees receiving one or no votes from the 11-member panel):



Justice Green, Flint Carman-Ainsworth; Evan Marquardt, Midland Dow; Kris Clyburn, Romulus; Tyler Johnson, Howell; Jeron Rogers, North Farmington; Leonard Harper-Baker, Detroit Southeastern; Mar'Qywell Jackson, Detroit East English Village; Khalil Gracey, Bloomfield Hills; Will Williams, Midland; Brian Bowen, Saginaw Arthur Hill; Chauncey Bryant, Clio; Jake Daniels, Holly; Marquavian Stephens, Swartz Creek; Andy Marwede, Alpena; Dante Hawkins, Holland; Brent Hibbitts, Hudsonville; Deleon Brown, Grand Rapids Christian; Joe Bowser, Battle Creek Central; Michael Johnson, Jackson; Marcus Moore, Waverly; Michael Fomby, Lansing Waverly; Don'Quall Jackson, Holt; Doug Bradfield, Mason; Cassell Jones, Grand Ledge



COACHES:



Jeff Olind, Warren Mott; George Ward, Detroit Southeastern; Duane Graves, Bloomfield Hills; John Pintar, Alpena



Voting panel:



Jason Schmitt, The Oakland Press (Pontiac); Dick Hoekstra, Lansing State Journal; Tom Markowski, The Detroit News; James Cook, Traverse City Record-Eagle; Nate Schneider, Morning Sun (Mount Pleasant); Eric Woodyard, MLive-Flint; Tim Robinson, Livingston County Daily Press & Argus (Howell); Corky Emrick, Sturgis Journal; Steve Kaminski, MLive-Grand Rapids; Mark Opfermann, MLive-Muskegon; George Pohly, The Macomb Daily (Mount Clemens)

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