Bullard Brook Hill junior point guard Grant Hanks, who averaged 18.5 points per game, was named Offensive MVP of TAPPS 4-3A.

Hanks, who also averaged 5.2 assists and 2.1 steals, hit 52 3-pointers and was also named to the first team along with teammates Alex Hale and Clayton Engel.

Engel, a 6-2 sophomore guard, was named the Newcomer of the Year after averaging 13.5 points per game. Hale, a 6-3 sophomore guard, put up 13.3 points, 2.6 assists, 3.1 blocks and 2.5 steals per game for the Guard.

Brook Hill placed three juniors on the second team: forward Phillip Kitt, guard Chase McDermott and post James Anderson.

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2014 TAPPS 4-3A All-District Boys Basketball Team

Offensive MVP — Grant Hanks, Jr. PG, Bullard Brook Hill

Newcomer of the Year — Clayton Engel, So. G, Brook Hill

First Team

Grant Hanks, Jr. G, Brook Hill; Sam Kleinman, Sr. G, Dallas Yavneh Academy; Adam Schor, Sr. P, Yavneh; Kendrick McCollum, Sr. C, Dallas First Baptist; Alex Hale, So. G, Brook Hill; Philip Cooper, Sr. F, First Baptist; Clayton Engel, So. G, Brook Hill; Blake Gomaa, Jr. G, McKinney Christian; Jakob Shroeter, So. G, Richardson Canyon Creek; Trae Hart, Sr. G, First Baptist; Benjamin Bajema, Sr. C, McKinney Christian; Itai Guttman, Sr. P, Yavneh.

Second Team

Brian Shrull, Sr. F, Canyon Creek; John Kintz, Jr. G, Dallas Lutheran; Justin Lovvorn, So. G, First Baptist; Jordan Pate, Sr. F, McKinney Christian; David Rudomin, Sr. G, Yavneh; Phillip Kitt, Jr. F, Brook Hill; Brandon Jenkins, So. G, Lutheran; James Greenwell, So. C, McKinney Christian; Garrett Black, Sr. G, First Baptist; Steve Levine, So. G, Yavneh; Chase McDermott, Jr. G, Brook Hill; James Anderson, Jr. P, Brook Hill.

 
 

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