Ruay Bol, South Portland junior forward: Coach Kevin Millington calls Bol one of the most talented players in Class AA. The 6-foot-4 standout has yet to show his true talents on a consistent basis because of injuries, but that should change this season. Bol is outstanding in transition or in the half court. He can play guard or forward.

Finn Bowe, Cape Elizabeth sophomore forward: Bowe, a 6-foot-3 sophomore, got some playing time last season as a freshman for the Class B state champions and immediately impressed. He has yet to pile up impressive scoring totals for a balanced team, but that’s coming.

Tom Coyne, Falmouth senior guard: Coyne missed most of last season because of a broken foot after leading the team in scoring as a sophomore at 23 points a game. He teams with his brother Colin, a junior, to form one of the state’s top backcourts. Coyne can hit the 3-pointer or penetrate to the basket.

Nick DePatsy, Medomak Valley senior guard: The 6-foot-3 DePatsy led his team to the Eastern Class B championship, averaging 21.1 points and 7.9 rebounds, and was selected to the All-State team. He is 89 points shy of 1,000 for his career. A versatile player, DePatsy can play all five positions.

Sam Kilborn, Gorham senior center: The 6-foot-5 Kilborn averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds as a junior and was named to the all-SMAA team. He can post up or drop back and hit the medium-range jumper.

Jack Lesure, Lake Region senior guard: Lesure comes off an outstanding junior season in which he averaged 16 points and led the Lakers to the Western Class B title game. He can play either guard position.

Matt McDevitt, Greely junior forward: McDevitt looks to build on his strong sophomore season in which he led the Rangers with averages of 15.9 points, 7.9 rebounds, 2 blocks and 1.2 steals. The 6-foot-6 McDevitt has honed his inside game, but also can step out and hit the medium-range jumper.

Terion Moss, Portland sophomore guard: Moss burst upon the local basketball scene as a freshman and impressed as a superbly talented point guard for the Western Class A champions. Moss has the ability to get the ball to his shooters in the smallest of openings.

Shyheim Ulrickson, Mt. Ararat senior guard: Ulrickson is a two-time All-State player. The point guard averaged 22 points last season while going over the 1,000-point mark for his career. He is a three-time all-Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference all-star.

Ben Williams, Deering senior forward: When Williams gets an opening to the basket, it’s almost a guaranteed two points. He led Deering with 16.9 points per game, shot over 50 percent from the floor and averaged more than three steals.

– Tom Chard