Basketball Products of Philadelphia High Schools
Named to Associated Press All-American Teams, 1948-

(Public/Catholic/Inter-Ac)

  The list below includes Public League, Catholic League and Inter-Ac League products who've earned first, second or third team college All-America honors in voting by the Associated Press.
  It was posted July 17, 2014, and is believed to be complete. But if you know of any omissions . . .
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  UPDATED 3/31/15.

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Products of Public League, Catholic League and Inter-Ac League Schools
Who've Earned Associated Press College All-America Honors, 1948-
Year Name School College Team
2015 *Rakeem Christmas North Catholic Syracuse

Third

2011 Marcus Morris Prep Charter Kansas

Second

2009 Gerald Henderson Episcopal Duke

Third

2005 *Hakim Warrick University City Syracuse First
2004 *Hakim Warrick University City Syracuse Third
1997 *Adonal Foyle O'Hara Colgate Third
1995 Rasheed Wallace Gratz North Carolina

Second

1990 Lionel Simmons Southern La Salle First
Greg "Bo" Kimble Dobbins Loyola Marymount

Second

Eric "Hank" Gathers Dobbins Loyola Marymount Third
1989 Eric "Hank" Gathers Dobbins Loyola Marymount Third
Lionel Simmons Southern La Salle Third
1987 Dallas Comegys Roman DePaul Third
1981 Lewis "Black Magic" Lloyd Overbrook Drake Third
1980 Michael Brooks West Catholic La Salle

Second

Lewis "Black Magic" Lloyd Overbrook Drake Third
1973 Mike Bantom Roman St. Joseph's Third
1966 Matt Guokas Jr. SJ Prep St. Joseph's

Second

1964 Walt Hazzard Overbrook UCLA First
1963 Walt Hazzard Overbrook UCLA

Second

1960 Bill "Pickles" Kennedy Lincoln Temple

Third

1958 Wilt "Dippy" Chamberlain Overbrook Kansas First
Guy Rodgers Northeast Temple First
1957 Wilt "Dippy" Chamberlain Overbrook Kansas First
Guy Rodgers Northeast Temple

Third

1955 Tom Gola La Salle La Salle First
1954 Tom Gola La Salle La Salle First
1953 Ernie Beck West Catholic Penn First
Tom Gola La Salle La Salle First
1950 Paul Arizin La Salle Villanova First
 *-did not finish high school career at listed school