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2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Private Schools Breakout Player of the Year - Zakaih Saez

Each year the #PBCHOOPS Breakout Player of the Year goes to the athlete who makes the biggest move from unknown to known. This past season was unusual therefore the award season will also be unusual, this year the #PBCHOOPS BPOY will be awarded in both Public and Private Schools.

The 2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Private Schools Breakout Player of the Year is Zakaih Saez of King's Academy.

2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Public Schools Breakout Player of the Year - Alex Houck

Each year the #PBCHOOPS Breakout Player of the Year goes to the athlete who makes the biggest move from unknown to known. This past season was unusual therefore the award season will also be unusual, this year the #PBCHOOPS BPOY will be awarded in both Public and Private Schools.

The 2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Public Schools Breakout Player of the Year is Alex Houck of Jupiter High School.

2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Rookie of the Year - Stone Bureau

The 2020-21 #PBCHOOPS Rookie of the Year is Stone Bureau of Suncoast High School

Bureau averaged 10.3 points and 5.3 rebounds on the season while leading the Chargers in steals and assists as a freshman point guard. The 6’ 0” frosh quickly established himself as a high level defender that is always engaged when he steps on the floor. Expect more of the same next year and beyond as Bureau continues his high school career.

Stone is the third player to win #PBCHOOPS Rookie of the Year from Suncoast in the six year history of the award.

#PBCHOOPS 2019-20 Boys All County Teams - Public Schools

Selecting All-County for Public Schools is always an extremely difficult process with so many deserving and talented players. We appreciate the effort of all the athletes and congratulate them on a great year.

Here are this seasons 1st, 2nd and 3rd Team selections followed by Honorable Mentions:

2019-20 #PBCHOOPS Boys Public Schools MVP - D'ante Daniels

The 2019-20 #PBCHOOPS Boys Public School MVP is D'ante Daniels of Forest Hill High School.

Daniels, a senior point guard, averaged 13 points, 4.9 assists and 3.3 steals per game on the season. Numbers don't always tell the whole story, there were players in contention for the award that had bigger season statistically but no player was more valuable to the overall success of their team this season than Daniels. A successful season it was for the Falcons who made it to 7A State Final 4 for the first time in school history and finished with a 28-3 record overall.

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