--- Joel Garrett, sr., Hanover: The YAIAA Class AA singles champion was the clear standout on a rebuilding Hanover roster as he finished with 18 of the Nighthawks' 31 singles wins and six of their seven doubles triumphs. He also won one match in the District 3 Class AA singles tournament before losing to eventual champion Richard Saad of Wyomissing.
--- Cole Herzing, jr., Biglerville: Because Biglerville advanced into the PIAA Class AA Team Tournament, Herzing eventually led the Hanover area with 20 singles triumphs. The YAIAA Class AA singles runner-up and partner Nate Long also teamed for 13 doubles victories and third place in the YAIAA Class AA doubles tournament.
--- Chris Mathews, sr., Spring Grove: A second-team selection as a junior, Mathews was winning from his top-seeded singles position from the start for the Rockets, who ended the season on a three-match win streak. He eventually posted a 13-4 singles mark and accounted with two partners for three of the Rockets' six doubles wins.
--- Mack Meyer, sr., South Western: The lone repeat first-team selection, Meyer was the top singles player for the YAIAA Division I champion Mustangs for most of the season. The YAIAA Class AAA singles runner-up, he and brother Quin Meyer also placed third in the YAIAA Class
AAA doubles tournament.
--- Anthony Miserendino, jr., South Western: The junior All-Area Player of the Year had a remarkable campaign in which he was the No. 2 player for South Western for most of the season. However, he then won five straight matches, including a finals triumph over Meyer, to win the YAIAA Class AAA championship. He and partner Brandon Stremmel then took second in the YAIAA Class AAA doubles bracket.
--- Kyle Freeman, sr., Biglerville
--- Quin Meyer, soph., South Western
--- Cameron Moore, sr., Gettysburg
--- Kevin Shultis, sr., Delone Catholic
--- Brandon Stremmel, sr., South Western