OFFICIAL: 2019 Boys’ Basketball All District 13-6A Selections

It could be argued District 13-6A's collective of 9-teams were the most talented in all of Central Texas. And while none will play in the Regional Finals, we are able to honor the season properly with the announcement of the official 13-6A All District teams.

The coaches of District 13-6A put their collaborative thoughts together, resulting in this season’s official All District list. Congrats to all honored, and a nod of respect to those who feel left off.

DISTRICT CO-MVP: DYLAN DISU (’19), HENDRICKSON

The Vanderbilt signee averaged a Varsity career high 26 points for the 13-6A District Champion Hawks while pulling down over 10 boards a game. Disu got it done inside, out and at the line. Shooting a sharp 41% from behind the arc (51% overall from the field), and 80% from the charity stripe. It’s been a pleasure, Dylan! We’ll enjoy watching you as a Commodore.

DISTRICT CO-MVP: GREG BROWN, III (’20), VANDEGRIFT

It was indeed Hedgehog SZN. Had Hendrickson not won the District Crown, GBIII could hold the District MVP by himself. He led the area in scoring (33 points/game, 53% from the field, 74% from FT line), rebounds (14.5) and blocked shots (an eye popping 5.8/game).

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: NOAH ROBLEDO (’21), LEANDER

Super Soph. Robledo burst onto the scene this season, and surely looks like a future D1 talent. #35 led all Austin-area sophomores in scoring (15+/game) while ripping down 8+ rebounds a contest. We will see Robledo challenge Greg Brown in 2020 for overall MVP honors. Grab your popcorn.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: WILL ISAAC (’19), ROUND ROCK

The UT-Dallas signee was the Rock the Dragons were built around. While his 2-hand flushes got most of the highlight attention – it was his defense that made Round Rock a powerhouse. His 3 blocks per game ranked 2nd only behind Greg Brown, while pulling down close to 8 rebounds per contest. Isaac’s sheer presence caused for many altered/missed shots that did not make the official stat book.

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: ISAAC BULLARD (’19), HENDRICKSON

The Army signee saved his best for last. Issac ranked 2nd of the Hawk in points (17 PPG) and handed out a team-high 5 assists a contest (avg. just under 5 rebounds a game). His 47% from the field average put him in the Top 10 among non-post area players.

CO-COACH OF TH YEAR: DARRELL HAGEMANN, MCNEIL

Make it 13 straight playoff appearances for the Hagemann led Mavericks. In Coach H’s long coaching career, 2019 may have been his most brilliant season yet. Capturing second place in a deeply talented 9-team 13-6A. 11 of the Mavericks 16 season wins were during district play.

CO-COACH OF THE YEAR: BRENT MURPHY, ROUND ROCK

Is his 11th overall season (3rd as Dragon head hoops coach), Murphy led Round Rock to its greatest basketball season yet. Totally 11 victories in 9-team deep 13-6A, he led the Dragons to the Area Round of the 6A playoffs (falling only after a 35 foot 3 point prayer heave at the buzzer). The talent was special this year, but Murphy’s guidance helped tie it all together.

1ST TEAM ALL DISTRICT

  1. Ralin Brown (’19), McNeil
  2. Isaac Bullard (’19), Hendrickson
  3. Grant El-Deir (’19), Stony Point
  4. Carter Ford (’19), Round Rock
  5. Caleb Golden (’20), Cedar Ridge
  6. Brandon Parks (’20), Westwood
  7. Noah Robledo (’21), Leander
  8. Ryan Ward (’19), Round Rock
  9. Reese Watson (’19), Vandegrift
  10. Jaden Williams (’21), Hendrickson

2ND TEAM ALL DISTRICT

  1. James Curtis (’19), McNeil
  2. Brandon Gambrel (’19), Stony Point
  3. James ‘Duce’ Hester, Jr. (’20), Hendrickson
  4. Will Issac (’19), Round Rock
  5. Deshawn Jackson (’19), Stony Point
  6. Javuon Pitts (’19), Cedar Ridge
  7. Gabe Rayer (’20), Vandegrift
  8. Patrick Sladek (’19), Westwood
  9. Hunter Stevens (’19), Leander
  10. Kyce Wilson (’19), Leander

ALL DISTRICT HONORABLE MENTION

  1. Christian Walker (’19), Hendrickson
  2. Elijah Cazares (’19), McNeil
  3. Jack Peterson (’20), Round Rock
  4. Seth Ford (’21), Round Rock
  5. Trey Brown (’19), Vandegrift
  6. Landon Sisson (’19), Leander
  7. Jalen Moseley (’19), Stony Point
  8. Ryan Elvin (’20), Cedar Ridge
  9. Christian Robinson (’20), Westwood
  10. Corey Levinson (’19), Westwood
  11. Jaxon Shores (’20), Vista Ridge