Upper St. Clair
Guard, 6-0, Sr.
Grabowski averaged a team-high 16.7 points per game for Upper St. Clair, which won the Class AAAA Section 4 title and boasted a 17-game winning streak prior to being defeated in the WPIAL quarterfinals. The Panthers finished with a 20-4 record. ... Grabowski was the leading vote-getter for the all-section team, the second year in a row he was selected. ... Grabowski has scholarship offers from Allegheny, Thiel, Penn State Behrend and Westminster.
Guard, 6-4, Jr.
No player in WPIAL Class AAA had a higher scoring average (22 points per game) than Davidson, who was superb in his first season at Elizabeth Forward after transferring from McKees-port. ... Davidson broke double figures in scoring in all but one game and eclipsed 30 points five times. ... Davidson is a college prospect in basketball and football. A quarterback, Davidson was a Post-Gazette South Fabulous 22 honoree last fall.
Center, 6-6, Sr.
One of the WPIAL's most improved players, Casson averaged close to a triple double and gave Chartiers Valley perhaps its top inside presence in a decade. ... Casson averaged 12 points, 11.3 rebounds and 7.6 blocks per game. He produced four triple doubles, including 13 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks against Johnstown in the PIAA playoffs. ... Casson is considering California (Pa.), Pitt-Johnstown and Berea (Ky.).
Guard, 5-10, Sr.
Boulos showed off his athleticism and ability to fill up the basket in what was a breakout senior season. ... Boulos led Chartiers Valley in scoring (17.9 points per game) and helped the Colts reach the WPIAL Class AAA championship game and PIAA quarterfinals. Boulos scored in double figures in all but two games and netted a season-high 31 points against Anchorage Christian (Alaska) in a tournament in Florida.
Guard, 6-2, Sr.
Wise was the second-highest scorer in WPIAL Class AA with 22 points per game ... He scored at least 30 points three times and had a season-best 33 against Elizabeth Forward. He surpassed 1,000 points for his career. ... An outstanding all-around athlete, Wise was the quarterback on Washington's WPIAL runner-up football team and is the defending WPIAL high jump champion. He plans on competing in track and basketball in college.