Wednesday, July 1, 2015

KEVIN DURANT REVEALS NIKE KD8 COLORWAY INSPIRATIONS - ALL-MET ELITE

KEVIN DURANT
 REVEALS
 NIKE KD8
 COLORWAY INSPIRATIONS 
 ALL-MET ELITE

MONTROSE CHRISTIAN HS.
ROCKVILLE MD.

Monday, June 29, 2015

QUINN COOK - WILL ALSO PLAY SUMMER LEAGUE WITH THE CLEVELAND CAVALIERS - ALL -MET ELITE

QUINN COOK 
WILL ALSO 
PLAY
 SUMMER LEAGUE 
WITH THE
 CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 
 ALL -MET ELITE

DEMATHA HS.
HYATTSVILLE MD.

Undrafted point guard Quinn Cook out of Duke has reached a Summer League deal with #Cavs, his agent Jim Tanner informs @Clevelanddotcom.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

FIRST LOOK AT GONZAGA HS. BRYANT CRAWFORD at WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY - ALL-MET ELITE

FIRST LOOK
AT
GONZAGA HS.
BRYANT CRAWFORD
 at
WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 
 ALL-MET ELITE
 
GONZAGA HS.
WASHINGTON D.C.


 
There will be far more work taking place this summer the NCAA permits two hours of full instruction and six hours of strength and conditioning allowed per week over the course of eight weeks.
 
Bryant Crawford - In the summer he is focusing on "getting stronger, and getting familiar with playing styles of teammates, and the systems."

Friday, June 26, 2015

TREVEON GRAHAM TO PLAY WITH SAN ANTONIO SPURS’ SUMMER LEAGUE TEAM - ALL-MET ELITE

ST MARY'S RYKEN
TREVEON GRAHAM 
TO PLAY 
WITH 
SAN ANTONIO SPURS
 SUMMER LEAGUE TEAM 
 ALL-MET ELITE

ST. MARY'S RYKEN HS.
LEONARDTOWN MD.



Early Friday morning, Shams Charania of RealGM.com reported that VCU’s Treveon Graham, whom went undrafted Thursday, will also be joining the Spurs’ Summer League team. Graham, 21, is a 6’6″ shooting guard, who averaged 16.2 points, shot 38.1% from 3-point range, grabbed 7.1 rebounds, and dished 1.6 assists in 29.4 minutes per game, during his senior season at VCU. 

Quinn Cook to play in Summer League with the Thunder - ALL-MET ELITE

Quinn Cook 
to play in
NBA Summer League
 with the 
OKC Thunder 
 ALL-MET ELITE 

DEMATHA HS.
HYATTSVILLE MD.

Duke championship guard Quinn Cook has committed to summer league with the Oklahoma City Thunder, per league sources. 

JERIAN GRANT DRAFTED BY THE WASHINGTON WIZARDS - ALL-MET ELITE

DEMATHA HS.
JERIAN GRANT
 DRAFTED
 BY
 THE WASHINGTON WIZARDS 
 ALL-MET ELITE 

DEMATHA HS.
HYATTSVILLE MD.

With the 19th pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, the Washington Wizards selected Notre Dame point guard Jerian Grant. The Wizards subsequently traded Grant to the New York Knicks as a part of a three-team deal with the Atlanta Hawks. he 6’5 lead guard averaged 16.5 points on 47.8 percent shooting from the field, while dishing out 6.6 assists for the Fighting Irish as a senior.

Son of former NBA player Harvey Grant, Jerian’s greatest attribute may be his court-vision and willingness to find the open man. The Knicks ranked just 19th in assists per game in 2014-15, and Grant’s playmaking ability should really come in handy.

JUSTIN ANDERSON DRAFTED BY THE DALLAS MAVERICKS - ALL-MET ELITE


MONTROSE CHRISTIAN HS.
JUSTIN ANDERSON
 DRAFTED
 BY
 THE DALLAS MAVERICKS 
 ALL-MET ELITE 

MONTROSE CHRISTIAN HS.
ROCKVILLE MD.

The Mavericks selected Justin Anderson with the 21st pick in the NBA Draft.

Anderson averaged 12.2 points and 4.0 rebounds as a junior with Virginia last season, connecting on 45.2 percent of his three-pointers.

At 6′ 6″, 227 pounds with nearly a 7′ wingspan, Anderson is considered one of the best defensive prospects in the draft. He has the versatility to defend both the shooting guard and small forward positions.

MARCUS THORNTON DRAFTED BY THE BOSTON CELTICS - ALL-MET ELITE


BISHOP McNAMARA HS.
 MARCUS THORNTON
 DRAFTED
 BY
 THE BOSTON CELTICS 
 ALL-MET ELITE 

McNAMARA HS.
FORESTVILLE MD.

The Celtics went with the combo guard from William and Mary with their 45th pick.
Thornton is an undersized guard but he is quick and relies on his speed and agility to get by.  Thornton is an excellent shooter as well.  
Thornton is his school's career leading scorer and was seen as a leader and positive player in the locker room.  Jay Bilas said "he's got quickness and he is very good with the ball."

Marcus Becomes First Player Drafted from Bishop McNamara in School History.
His former coach, Marty Keithline, added, “Marcus was a special talent during his time at
Bishop McNamara as well as when he went to play in college. It’s no surprise to me that he was drafted so early on in the night, but I’ve known him for years. Couldn’t be happier for him.” Marcus, while at Bishop McNamara playing for Coach Marty Keithline, received the following accolades as a senior:

• Named the Gatorade Maryland State Player of the Year
• Selected as the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) and PG Gazette
County Player of the year
• Averaged 23.4 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 1.7 steals per game
• First-Team All-WCAC, Washington Post AllMet, and All-Prince George’s County
• Scored a career high 43 points in the Alhambra Invitational
• Finished his career with 1,254 points, second in school history
• School records in career points per game (19.9), 3-point field goal percentage (43), and
3-pointers made (161)

While at William and Mary, Marcus received the following accolades:
• All-time leading scorer (2,178 points)
• School record holder in 3-pointers made (325), games played (127), 3-pointers made
per game (2.56), minutes played (4,328), and minutes played per game (34.1)
• Seventh all-time in scoring and fourth in 3-pointers made for CAA
• First three-time first team NABC All-District Pick in School History
• One of two W&M players to be a 3x All-CAA selection and one of only two to be a 2x
First Team All-CAA pick
• One of five players in W&M history with 1000 career points and 300 career assists
• Scored in double figures in 110/127 games played, with 20+ points on 45 occasions
Bishop McNamara, located in Forestville, Md., competes in the Washington Catholic Athletic
Conference and sponsors19 Varsity/Junior Varsity athletic teams.