Below are the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Western Washington Boys Basketball Teams. Please keep in mind that players were selected based on skill and ability, regardless of player position.

First Team
PG JaQuori McLaughlin, Peninsula, Sr., 6-foot-4. McLaughlin has been instrumental in turning around a struggling Peninsula program, helping the squad make the Class 3A Round of 16 for the third time in school history. The Oregon State commit broke 13 school records, including 3-pointers in a game (7), career scoring (over 1,600 points), and career 3-pointers made (over 150). Season stats:17.8 points, 3.9 rebounds, 6.4 assists, 5.2 steals. 

PG Malachi Flynn, Bellarmine Prep, Sr., 6-foot-2. Flynn is tough to guard, averaging 29 points for Bellarmine during the regular season. Then Flynn lit up the stage at the West Central District tournament, setting a new tourney record of 35.8 points per game. Flynn committed to Pacific last September, but reopened commitment mid-December after head coach Ron Verlin was indefinitely suspended. 

G Isiah Brown, Lakeside, Sr., 6-foot-2. The Metro League MVP was one of the state's most prolific scorers this season, averaging 33.8 points in 24 games. He poured in at least 40 points eight times, including a season-high 52 points against Salpointe Catholic (Ariz.) back in December. The Northwestern commit also broke Metro's career scoring record Feb. 9, surpassing 2,280 career points. 

G Jaylen Nowell, Garfield, Jr., 6-foot-4. Nowell led a talented Garfield team with 17.3 points, and helped the Bulldogs to Metro League and Sea-King District championships. Nowell has been offered by almost every Pac-12 school, and has become one of Garfield's most aggressive defenders this season. 

F Tony Miller, Woodinville, Sr., 6-foot-7. Miller has had one of Woodinville's most successful prep basketball careers, holding the school record for career scoring with over 1,900 points. The senior, who averaged 28 points and 12 rebounds, has drawn interest from several schools, including Gonzaga, Seattle U, and Boise State. 

Second Team
SG Sam Cunliffe, Rainier Beach, Sr., 6-foot-6. Newcomer Cunliffe led the Vikings in scoring, averaging 22 points and seven rebounds. One of the top recruits in the state, Cunliffe signed to Arizona State in November.

SG David Jenkins Jr., Wilson, Sr., 6-foot-2. Incredibly athletic, the Narrows 3A MVP can shoot and drive to the basket, averaging over 26 points for the Rams. Jenkins will attend prep school next year to play another year of AAU basketball before playing college ball. 

G Aushanti Potts-Woods, Curtis, Sr., 6-foot-2. Potts-Woods is one of the most versatile players in the South Sound, playing the post his sophomore year before moving into guard, and he can score from anywhere on the court. Potts-Woods, who averaged 24.3 points and 4.5 rebounds, is one of Curtis' top defenders, leading the squad with 26 charges taken. 

W Jalen McDaniels, Federal Way, Sr., 6-foot-10. The San Diego State commit helped the Eagles to league and district championships, averaging 20 points, 12 rebounds, four assists, and four blocks per game. McDaniels uses his height to his advantage in the post, but is athletic enough to run the floor and scores well in transition. 

F Keith Smith, Rainier Beach, Sr., 6-foot-7. The Oregon signee did a little bit of everything for Beach, posting 15 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists in 25 games.

Honorable Mention
PG Nate Pryor, West Seattle, Jr., 6-foot-1.
​PG Jashuan Agosto, Garfield, Sr., 5-foot-11. 
G/F Corey Kispert, King's, Jr., 6-foot-6.
G Drew Magaoay, Cascade, Sr., 6-foot-2.
PF Mikey Henn, Bellevue, Sr., 6-foot-8.