Above: The 2010 All-Long Island high school boys basketball team.
ALL-LONG ISLAND SECOND TEAM (not pictured) Bolade Akingboye, Uniondale: The 6-4 senior averaged 12.5 points and 11.4 rebounds, including 12 and 12 in the county final win over Baldwin. Darien Croft, Amityville: Averaged 21.2 points and showed big-shot ability, including a game-winning layup against Glenn. Ashanti DePass, Baldwin: The 6-4 senior forward averaged 12.0 points for Baldwin, the county finalists, and was a team leader and part of the Bruins’ defensive identity. Reid Drzal, Bayport-Blue Point: The 6-6 bruiser was the leading scorer and rebounder for the League II?? champion Phatoms. Joe Gibbons, St. John the Baptist: A combo-guard with slashing ability and a solid mid-range game. The 6-3 senior scored his 1,000th career point and averaged 20.5 points. Dantre Langhorne, Greenport: Junior swing man averaged 22.1 points per game with his versatility.
Shaq Mosley, Uniondale: ‘Little Shaq,’ a slender but effective 5-7 sophomore point guard, sparked the Knights to the Nassau Class AA title. Kamil Parzych, Lindenhurst: Playing at what his coach said was “65 percent” of his ability after a serious summer knee injury, this senior guard still averaged 15 points. Leon Taylor, South Side: The 5-11 dynamic guard helped bring the Cyclones to the Nassau Class A semifinals. Jon Ward-Adams, Center Moriches: The coach’s son averaged 20.4 points in leading the Red Devils to League VII regular-season title. (Credit: Newsday/John Paraskevas)
Meet Newsday's 2010 All-Long Island boys basketball team. Bio info written by Bob Herzog, Corey McLaughlin and Mike Gavin....
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