With the postseason completed and state champions crowned, the various all-state teams are trickling in.

There are 10 players with ties to the county that have been named to various all-state teams.

Here is a look at each player:

Micah Bell, Chapel Hill: The junior combine guard had a breakout season for the Panthers, who reached the first round of the state playoffs. This past season, Bell helped lead the Panthers to a Region 5-AAAA runner-up finish and into the state playoffs for the first time since the 2014-15 season when it loss in the first round. The program has been to six state playoffs in its 20-year history.

Chapel Hill finished with a 19-9 record, which is the most wins since going 19-8 during the 2020-11 season.

Bell was named to Hoopseen.com and Sandy’s Spiel second team.

Bell was named to the all-region first team after leading the Panthers with a 19.2 scoring averaging and he was second on the team with a 5.6 rebounding average to go with 2.6 assists per game.

He finished third in the augural GHSA Slam Dunk Contest, which was held during the finals of the state tournament in Macon.

Jaylon Brown, Alexander: The point guard was named to both the Hoopseen.com and Sandy’s Spiel all-state teams. A Lander University commit, Brown led the Cougars to the first round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs this past season.

Brown was named to the Hoopseen.com third team and Sandy’s Spiel honorable mention team.

The 6-foot-2 point guard led the team with a 16.6 scoring average and 5.7 assists in 27 games. He also averaged 3.1 rebounds and two steals a game.

Brown finished his career with 1,056 points and 208 rebounds. He also finished with 465 assists and 192 steals.

Brown finished with a 12.6 career scoring average in 84 games. He was also an all-region first team selection.

K.J. Doucet, Chapel Hill: The junior was the Panthers second-leading scorer with a 15.2 scoring average. He also averaged 2.3 assists and 6.4 rebounds per game. The 6-foo-5 forward played a big part in the team finish as region runner-up. He was named to the Sandy’s Spiel Class AAAA honorable mention team.

This past season, Doucet helped lead the Panthers to a Region 5-AAAA runner-up finish and into the state playoffs for the first time since the 2014-15 season when it loss in the first round. The program has been to six state playoffs in its 20-year history.

Chapel Hill finished with a 19-9 record, which is the most wins since going 19-8 during the 2020-11 season.

Chase Ellis, Saint Francis: The Douglasville native helped the Saints to consecutive Class A private-school titles. He was named to the Sandy’s Spiel Class A private-school honorable mention team. St. Francis capped off a 29-3 season where Ellis averaged 11.2 points and 7.8 rebounds for his senior season.

For his career, the 6-foot-3, 205-pounder score 1,558 points and grabbed 892 rebounds. The Knights were 109-17 during his four-year career with two state titles and a runner-up finish to go with a region championship.

Ellis will play his college basketball at Berry College, a Div. III school in Rome.

Anthony Hardy, Lithia Springs: The senior point guard is a two-time Region 6-AAAAA Player of the Year. A combo guard, Hardy averaged 28 points, eight assists and five rebounds this past season for the Lions. He finished his four-year career with 2,258 points, which makes him the county’s all-time leading scorer. He had a school single-game record 58 points last season in a regular-season game against Maynard Jackson.

Hardy was named to the Hoopseen.com third team and Sandy’s Spiel honorable mention team.

Demeara Hinds, Lithia Springs: The Wake Forest signee was named to the Sandy’s Spiel Class AAAAA honorable mention team. She helped lead the Lions into the second round of the state playoffs. The 6-foot-3 center averaged 13.1 points, 11.1 rebounds and 3.2 blocked shots in 29 games. She finished her career with 1,110 points and 1,032 rebounds in 105 games. She was named the Region 6-AAAAA Player of the Year. She became the first Lithia Springs female player to sign a scholarship with a Power 5 Conference school.

Jaylen Jackson, Douglas County: The 6-foot-5 junior was named to the Sandy’s Spiel Class AAAAAA honorable mention team. He led the Tigers with a 16.1 scoring average as they reached the second round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs. In addition, the Westlake transfer averaged 4.1 rebounds per game. He scored in double figures in 24 games with a single-game high of 32 points in a win over Lithia Springs.

Ali Foxx-Rome, Alexander: The senior center played a big part in the Cougars success this past season. Alexander finished with a 23-6 record and reached the first round of the state playoffs. In 29 games, the 6-foot-1 center/power forward averaged a team-leading 13.2 points and 10.5 rebounds. She also contributed 1.3 blocked shots and 1.4 steals per game.

She had 24 games of double figures scoring and 14 games of a double-double in points and rebounds. She had a single-game high of 25 points and 18 rebounds in an 81-61win over Tri-Cities. She was named to the Sandy’s Spiel Class AAAAAA honorable mention team.

Omarion Smith, Douglas County: The junior center was one of the top shot blockers in the state. He was named to the Sandy’s Spiel Class AAAAAA honorable mention team. The 6-foot-5 junior averaged 10.7 points, 10.7 rebounds and 5.6 blocked shots per game. He finished the season with 12 double-doubles in points and rebounds and had two triple-doubles. He had a career-high 14 blocked shots in a win over Washington in a holiday tournament.

Dee Topps, New Manchester: The senior point guard was named to Sandy’s Spiel Class AAAAAA honorable mention team. He was the lone county player that was named to the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Game.

The game was recently cancelled because of growing health concerns with the COVD-19 virus.

This past season, Topps led the Jaguars to an 18-8 record overall and 11-5 record and fourth-place finish in the regular-season Region 5-AAAAAA standings

New Manchester was eliminated from the region tournament with a 68-66 loss to Douglas County in the quarterfinals games. Topps scored 20 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, in his final high school game.

On the season, the 5-foot-11 point guard averaged 18.8 points with 1.1 assists and 1.3 rebounds per game.

As a junior, he averaged 15.1 points for the Jaguars.