Although he wasn't selected until the second round of the NBA draft, no central Ohio high school basketball player since 1990 has accomplished more at the professional level than Michael Redd.
A former Columbus West and Ohio State standout, Redd played in the NBA from 2000-01 until retiring after the 2011-12 season and is fourth on the Milwaukee Bucks' all-time scoring list. He made the all-NBA third team and was an all-star in 2004, and averaged 26.7 points in 2006-07.
Redd is joined on ThisWeek's all-time second team by a player who appears ready to carry on his NBA legacy in 2011 Northland graduate Trey Burke.
After helping Michigan reach the 2013 NCAA championship game, Burke was picked ninth in the NBA draft and averaged 12.8 points and 5.7 assists as a rookie for the Utah Jazz last season.
Also among the boys second-teamers are two players who have had success overseas in Brookhaven's Jamelle Cornley and Westerville North's Shaun Stonerook.
Cornley played four years at Penn State and helped the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters win the Philippine Basketball Association championship in 2012. He also has played in France, Israel and Argentina.
Stonerook played 12 seasons in Europe before retiring in 2012.
Below are the complete boys and girls second teams, with each player's final high school season in parentheses:
•Trey Burke (Northland, 2011) — One of just three players from the area to earn Ohio's Mr. Basketball award, the 6-foot-1 Burke averaged 23.9 points, 6.6 assists and 2.2 steals while shooting 61 percent from the floor as a senior to receive that honor.
Those offensive abilities were there all along, according to former Vikings coach Satch Sullinger.
"Trey knew how to play with talent," Sullinger said. "He was the point guard on the No. 1 team in the country (in 2010)."
Burke averaged 2.1 points as a freshman and 8.8 as a sophomore in 2009 when the Vikings won the Division I state title. Then as a junior, he made second-team all-district and averaged 14.5 points.
He led Northland to a state runner-up finish as a senior and to a 76-4 mark over his final three seasons.
•Jamelle Cornley (Brookhaven, 2005) — During a career that saw him earn district Player of the Year honors as both a junior and senior, Cornley scored more than 1,400 points and helped the Bearcats go 99-11.
Cornley, a 6-6 forward, started as a freshman when Brookhaven won the Division I state title. He also helped the Bearcats earn a state runner-up finish in 2003 and reach a state semifinal in 2004.
He averaged 21 points and 13 rebounds as a senior, when he was runner-up for Mr. Basketball to Cincinnati North College Hill's O.J. Mayo.
•Doug Davis (Westland, 1997) — Davis led the Cougars to a Division I district title as a senior and earned ThisWeek Super 12 captain honors each of his final two seasons.
The 6-3 point guard averaged 22.5 points, 4.1 assists and 2.2 steals as a senior and closed his prep career with 1,365 points.
After earning district Player of the Year honors as a junior when he averaged 19.1 points and 6.4 assists, Davis signed with Michigan State before his senior season.
He was on the Spartans' 1999 Final Four team but played sparingly during two seasons before completing his career at Miami University.
•Michael Redd (Columbus West, 1997) — After averaging 25.1 points, 10.5 rebounds and three assists while hitting 63 percent of his shots as a junior, the 6-5 Redd averaged 25.8 points, 9.4 rebounds, 3.6 steals and 3.5 assists as a senior.
During an 89-80 loss to Westland in a Division I district final in 1997 in which Davis scored 29 points, Redd had 33 points and 13 rebounds.
•Shaun Stonerook (Westerville North, 1995) — Before playing two seasons at Ohio State and completing his college career at Ohio University, the 6-6 Stonerook was the lynchpin for the greatest era in North boys basketball.
Stonerook averaged 18.8 points and 12.8 rebounds while shooting nearly 70 percent from the floor as a junior, leading the Warriors to their only state championship.
Then as a senior, he averaged 21.5 points and 12.5 rebounds as North reached a state semifinal.
"He was a great team player and a great person to be around," said Dave Hoover, who coached North from 1983-95.
"He was the best rebounder I ever coached."
•Charisse Crews (Grove City, 2001) — Before injuries ended her college career at Ohio State after one season, the 6-2 Crews was a two-time all-state selection who helped the Greyhounds win four consecutive league championships as well as their first district title in 2001.
A post player, she averaged 17.1 points and 10 rebounds as Grove City went 21-2 in 1999-2000 and 15.5 points, 13 rebounds, four assists and 3.8 blocks as a senior.
Crews was a four-time league Player of the Year who finished with about 1,500 career points. She was Super 12 captain her final two seasons.
•Ayana Dunning (Eastmoor Academy, 2008) — Dunning showed her talent as a freshman, averaging 13.7 points and helping the Warriors earn a Division II state runner-up finish.
She averaged 17 points and 10.5 rebounds as a sophomore and 18.7 points and 13.6 rebounds as a junior.
As a senior, the 6-3 post player averaged 18 points, 14 rebounds and shot 70 percent from the floor while being named the Super 12 captain.
Dunning was a McDonald's All-American before playing at Louisiana State and West Virginia.
•Emilee Harmon (Pickerington Central, 2009) — Consistency marked the career of this 6-2 post player who helped the Tigers reach the state tournament as a freshman and to district titles each of her final three seasons.
Harmon averaged 19 points and nine rebounds as a sophomore, 19 points and eight rebounds as a junior and 19.8 points and 11.5 rebounds as a senior, earning her district Player of the Year honors each season.
Before playing four seasons for Ohio State, Harmon scored 1,639 career points at Central.
•Beth Ostendorf (Pickerington, 1995) — She played only two seasons for Pickerington after leading Urbana to back-to-back Division II state titles, but there were few who have duplicated what she accomplished during her time with the Tigers.
In addition to being named Super 12 captain as both a junior and senior, she was named Ms. Basketball as a senior when she averaged 20.6 points, 7.4 rebounds and four assists. She helped Pickerington earn a state runner-up finish as a junior and reach a state semifinal as a senior.
In her first season with Pickerington, she averaged 19.3 points and 8.9 rebounds.
She played for Vanderbilt before knee injuries put a premature end to her career.
•Alexis Peterson (Northland, 2013) — The Super 12 captain and Division I district Player of the Year each of her final two prep seasons, Peterson helped Syracuse make the NCAA tournament in her first college season last winter.
"Alexis has a very high basketball IQ," former Northland coach Dean Washington said. "We made three City championship games with her and won two district titles."
Peterson, who also made the Super 12 as a sophomore, helped the Vikings win their first league title since 1998 as a junior when she averaged 18.6 points, 5.2 assists and 4.1 steals.
As a senior, the 5-7 guard averaged 28.1 points, five assists and shot 51 percent from the floor. She finished with 1,766 career points.