Our picks for the top players in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando Counties for the 2018-19 season: Brylee Bartram, Sr., Seffner Christian Why we picked her: Bartram set the national record, boys and girls, for 3-pointers made in a four-year career (531). Bartram has been a consistent starter since eighth grade. This season, she averaged 18.2 points per game and drained 155 3-pointers (5.2 per game, 44 percent of her shots). Bartram was the Crusaders’ leading scorer and undisputed leader. The only low point was losing to Carrollwood Day in both the district and region finals. “We didn’t get to go to Lakeland (for the state tournament) but we did go to Arizona for a tournament,” Bartram said. “We played in a lot of good tournaments here in Florida. Our Christmas tournament was a blast, playing teams from Pennsylvania and Tennessee. It was a fun season.” Season highlight: She said there were two, and both had to do with breaking national records. “Probably the biggest was breaking the 3-point record. The girls and the boys, but mostly the girls. It was at home. We had a huge crowd. It made it all the more memorable.’’ Did you know? Bartram comes from a basketball family. Her father, Greg, played college basketball at Penn State. Her younger brother, Blake, is a 6-foot-1 sophomore on Seffner Christian’s varsity team. “The height gene skipped me,” said the 5-foot-9 Bartram. What’s next? Bartram will play basketball at Florida and plans to head to Gainesville on May 13. She has not chosen a major but is thinking about sports business or sports management. “I have to work it out with (Seffner Christian) so that I can leave early and then come back and graduate with my class. I’m trying to get everything finished up so I can go on to the next chapter.” RELATED: She shoots. She scores. She’s on the verge of a national record Breanna Campbell, Sr., Largo Why we picked her: Largo was not a playoff team, but that wasn’t because of Campbell. She averaged 26.4 points, more than half the team’s average for a game. She was especially good against the better opponents. She scored 40 points against East Lake, 27 against Tarpon Springs, and 42 in the district semifinals against Clearwater. And she also eclipsed 40 points in the Pinellas Senior All-State Game. “I had help from the team to get points,” Campbell said. “But that’s just something I do.’’ Although she is only 5 feet 4, Campbell averaged almost eight rebounds per game. She had 18 in the win over East Lake. “I think I’m an all-around player,” Campbell said. “I’m only 5-4 but I can get rebounds. Rebounds are just effort. Anybody can get rebounds.” Season highlight: Campbell said that despite the record, the whole season was a highlight. She is most proud of the fact that she got better with each game. “Every game it seems like I did something that I didn’t think I could do. My confidence seemed to get higher during the season.” Did you know? Campbell was at Seminole for the first three years of high school. She did not go to Largo until the spring of her junior year. What’s next? Campbell will attend Indian River State College in Fort Pierce and play basketball. “I hope to stay there for two years to get developed and get my grades up and then go to a DI school,” Campbell said. “I’m looking forward to starting over in school. I want to do better than I ever have.” Mykenna Corbett, Sr., Weeki Wachee Why we picked her: Corbett was the most consistent player on the best team the school has ever had. Her stats aren’t eye-popping, 15 points and four rebounds per game, but she was a big part of why the Hornets won 26 games and advanced to the Class 6A state semifinal in Lakeland for the first time. “I’ll always remember how exciting that was,” Corbett said. “We had our own locker room. We got to have that whole experience with each other. Nobody thought we were going to go that far. It just kept happening.” Season highlight: The postseason run, during with the Hornets beat nemesis Crystal River in the district and region tournament and also won at St. Augustine Menendez in the region final, stands out. But what Corbett said was most rewarding was the bond with her teammates. “Our year was pretty great. We’re always going to remember it. But what stood out to me was how close we got this year compared to last year. We all became best friends.” Did you know? Corbett spent only her junior and senior years at Weeki Wachee. Prior to that she was at Gulf. What’s next? She plans on earning her AA degree at Pasco-Hernando State College. Then she will transfer to St. Petersburg College to work on an elementary education degree. She does not plan to play basketball in college. “I want to teach little kids, like second grade. I have a little sister right now who is in second grade. I just think it’s such a cool age.” Reggie Lawrence, Tampa Bay Tech Kind of hard not to choose Lawrence. He guided the young Titans to the school’s first ever state championship . It helps to get a talented freshman like Janiah Barker, who is basically already a Division I player. But Lawrence was able to mold this team throughout the season, and they didn’t tighten up under the bright lights of state in Lakeland. The Titans lost only three games this season, and only one was to a Hillsborough County team (Plant). They handed national power Miami Country Day its only loss this season. TBT beat Bartram Trail and Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas for the title. G Anabel Ellison, Jr., Tarpon Springs: One of those players who opponents know is getting the ball but they rarely stop her. Averaged 24.5 points per game, made 64 3-pointers. And she will be back next season. G Jalyn Spurlin, Sr., Armwood: A transfer from Tampa Bay Tech, Spurlin instantly made the Hawks winners. She averaged 24.1 points per game for the 25-2 Hawks. She also pulled down more than six rebounds per game. F Janiah Barker, Fr., Tampa Bay Tech: Hard to imagine there will be a better player for the next three years in Tampa Bay. Barker is already 6 feet 3 and is all-out effort on the court. She averaged 12.2 points and 7.7 rebounds per game. A top-tier Division I prospect. F Weeyah McGill, Jr., Carrollwood Day: The 6-foot-2 McGill has been dominant since her freshman year. She was just as consistent this year, with 12 points and 8.6 rebounds per game. Her team is loaded with scorers, so don’t put too much into her averages. C Kendal Cheesman, So., Plant: Cheesman was needed even more this season due to injuries to other starters. She came through with 13.5 points and 9.8 rebounds per game. She had 12 big points in the region semifinal win over nemesis Winter Haven. RELATED: Tampa Bay Times’ all-Pinellas County girls basketball G Britney Lacerte, Jr., GulfG Nyanna Williams, Sr., JeffersonF Seytia Hill, Sr., Weeki WacheeF/G Diana Rosenthal, Sr., LakewoodF/G Kanesha Hall, Jr., Northeast RELATED: Tampa Bay Times’ all-Hillsborough County girls basketball G Summer Quigley, Sr., East LakeG Kayla Grant, Jr., Wesley ChapelF/C Trinity Blanc, Sr., Land O’ LakesF/G Shayleese Vazquez, Sr., Weeki WacheeC Olivia Jones, Sr., Clearwater RELATED: Tampa Bay Times’ all-North Suncoast girls basketball Bayshore Christian: Domenica Zamora, Bishop McLaughlin: Isabella Prada; Boca Ciega: Dayona Parham; Calvary Christian: Julia Westhoelter; Carrollwood Day: Tiasia McMillan, Tarriyonna Gary, Ary Dizon; Clearwater: D’Mya Ferguson; Countryside: Jaia Jackson; Gulf: Breanna Williams, Hayley Hoeltke; Hernando: Nakayla Roberts; Hernando Christian: Esther Jackson, Amelia Jackson; Keswick Christian: Jakara Akins; Lakewood: Nykisha Macon, Olivia Delancy; Northeast: Celina Hawkins; Plant: Nyla Jean, Alexys Mathangani; River Ridge: Brandi Willard; St. Petersburg: Denise Hall-Papaleo; Seffner Christian: Zahria Jenkins; Shorecrest: Renice Dacres; Sunlake: Genesis Gonzalez; Tampa Catholic: Lenise Santiago; Tampa Bay Tech: Jasmine Peaks; Tampa Prep: Kailyn Gilbert; Wesley Chapel: Ariana Heppenstall; Wiregrass Ranch: Zoi Evans.