Friday, April 17, 2015

FRANK HOWARD WILL PLAY IN JORDAN BRAND REGIONAL GAME TONIGHT - ALL-MET ELITE

FRANK HOWARD 
WILL PLAY
 IN 
JORDAN BRAND REGIONAL GAME 
TONIGHT 
 ALL-MET ELITE 

PAUL VI. HS.
FAIRFAX VA.

Frank Howard will play in the Jordan Brand regional game, which begins at 5:30 p.m. ET. The regional game will not be nationally televised.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

2015 WASHINGTON POST BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-MET FOURTH TEAM - ALL-MET ELITE

2015
WASHINGTON POST
BOYS BASKETBALL
ALL-MET FOURTH TEAM
ALL-MET ELITE

JAMIR MOULTRIE
MCNAMARA HS.
FORESTVILLE MD.

G Keijon HonorePotomac (Va.)Sr.
G Jason JollyStone BridgeSr.
G Jamir MoultrieMcNamaraSo.
F Omar AlstonWestlakeSr.
F Antwan WalkerH.D. WoodsonJr.

2015 WASHINGTON POST BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-MET THIRD TEAM - ALL-MET ELITE

2015
WASHINGTON POST
BOYS BASKETBALL
 ALL-MET THIRD TEAM
ALL-MET ELITE
 
CHRIS LYKES
GONZAGA HS.
WASHINGTON D.C.
 
G Tristan Easton
 
Meade
 
Jr.
 
G Chris Lykes
 
Gonzaga
 
So.
 
G/F D.J. Harvey
 
DeMatha
 
So.
 
F Will Robinson Jr.
 
Oakland Mills
 
Sr.
 
F Tyler Scanlon
 
Westfield
 
Jr.

2015 WASHINGTON POST BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-MET SECOND TEAM - ALL-MET ELITE

2015
WASHINGTON POST
BOYS BASKETBALL
 ALL-MET SECOND TEAM 
 ALL-MET ELITE
 
FRANK HOWARD
PAUL VI. HS.
FAIRFAX VA.

G Randall Broddie

Potomac (Md.)

Sr.

G Frank Howard

Paul VI

Sr.

F Luka Garza

Maret

So.

F Sam Miller

Gonzaga

Sr.

F Dominique Tham

Wakefield

Sr.

2015 WASHINGTON POST BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-MET FIRST TEAM - ALL-MET ELITE

2015
WASHINGTON POST
BOYS BASKETBALL
 ALL-MET FIRST TEAM 
 ALL-MET ELITE
 
ANTHONY COWAN
ST. JOHNS HS.
WASHINGTON D.C.
 
 Eric Bowles Jr. W.T. Woodson / Sr. Two-time Virginia 6A North region player of the year led the Cavaliers to a third straight state semifinal. Will play at Central Connecticut State.
 
Anthony Cowan Jr. St. John's / Jr.Maryland commit took the reins in his first year as a starter for the Cadets, scoring 20 points per game to lead them to the DCSAA championship.
 
Bryant Crawford Gonzaga / Sr.The playmaking Wake Forest recruit capped his high school career by winning D.C. Gatorade player of the year and lifting the Eagles to the WCAC crown.
 
Kevin Dorsey Jr. Clinton Christian / Sr. Capital Beltway player of the year elevated his offensive prowess to average 22.6 points and lead the Eagles to the league title. Committed to Minnesota.
 
Markelle Fultz DeMatha / Jr. In first varsity season, he averaged 16.5 points, won WCAC player of the year, and led the top-ranked Stags to Alhambra and Maryland Private Schools titles.
 
V.J. King Paul VI / Jr. Highly touted Ohio transfer made smooth transition to WCAC play, scoring a team-high 18.5 points per game. Boasts offers from Kentucky and Wisconsin.
 
Christian Matthews National Christian / Jr. Sharpshooter filled it up from the outside and attacked the rim to average 22.4 points per game and lead the Eagles to the Capital Beltway title game.
 
Alani Moore II Montrose Christian / Jr. With an improved jumper and quick first step, talented floor general showcased scoring (17.4 points) and playmaking ability in his first season with Mustangs.
 
Charlie Thomas IV River Hill / Sr.Wisconsin recruit averaged 23 points and posted 10 25-point games, including a school-record 46, while leading the Hawks to the Maryland 3A East region final.

2015 WASHINGTON POST BOYS BASKETBALL - ALL-MET PLAYER OF THE YEAR ABUDULAI BUNDU - ALL-MET ELITE

2015
WASHINGTON POST
BOYS BASKETBALL 
 ALL-MET
 PLAYER OF THE YEAR
 ABUDULAI BUNDU 
 ALL-MET ELITE
 
ABUDLAI BUNDU
LARGO HS.
LARGO MD.
 
 
The Washington area’s leading scorer had gaudy numbers while patrolling the paint for the Lions this season. Though he’s generously listed at 6 feet 8 and faced constant double-teams on the block, Bundu was a ferocious dunker who scored more than 28 points per game and averaged a double-double. The Quinnipiac signee had an area-best 54 points in a Dec. 29 game at the Junior Orange Bowl in Florida and also put together a 47-point performance against Prince George’s County rival Douglass. He finished with fewer than 20 points in just three games this season as Largo went 20-5.          

Friday, April 10, 2015

2015 ADIDAS GAUNTLET - ALL-MET ELITE

2015 
ADIDAS GAUNTLET 
 ALL-MET ELITE 

Where: Dallas

When: April 10-12

Reporting Staff: Evan Daniels, Josh Gershon
Top Teams: Team Loaded, Atlanta Celtics, Dream Vision, Eric Gordon Central, Compton Magic, Game Elite, NY Rens, Upward Stars, Team Wall, Texas PRO, NO Elite, NE Playaz, Michigan Mustangs, Utah Prospects + many more

Top Players: Dennis Smith (pictured above), Edrice Adebayo, Josh Langford, Kobi Simmons, Kyle Guy, Mustapha Heron, Vance Jackson, Payton Pritchard, T.J. Leaf, Mario Kegler, Quentin Goodin, Aric Holman, Eli Wright, Rawle Alkins, Jaylen Hands, Zach Collins, Eron Gordon, Ike Anigbogu.

On The Marquee: The Adidas circuit is loaded this year and this weekend will be a great opportunity to see many of the country's top prospects. It will be our first time seeing Josh Langford in a while, so he'll be an important eval. Additionally, there will be plenty of the nation's other best talents, from Dennis Smith to Kobi Simmons to Mustapha Heron and many others. At every hour, there will be multiple high level players in action.

2015 NIKE EYBL - ALL-MET ELITE

2015
 NIKE EYBL 
 ALL-MET ELITE
 NIKE EYBL

MATT COLEMAN 
MAURY HS.
NORFOLK VA.

Where: Hampton, Va.

When: April 10-12

Top Teams: St. Louis Eagles, CP3, Georgia Stars, Team Takeover, E1T1, South Beach All-Stars, California Supreme, Las Vegas Prospects, Mo-Kan Elite, Boo Williams Summer League, Oakland Soldiers.

Top Players: Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum, Malik Monk, Tyus Battle, V.J. King, Udoka Azubuike, Tony Bradley, De’Aaron Fox, Mamadi Diakite, Alterique Gilbert, Bruce Brown, DeJon Jarreau, Rodney Miller, Miles Bridges, Troy Brown, Michael Porter, Zach Brown, Wendell Carter, Jeremiah Tilmon, D.J. Harvey, Matt Coleman.

On The Marquee: Three top-five rising seniors at the same event? Yes, you can bet that Giles, Tatum and Monk will command significant attention. Giles and Tatum (along with Josh Jackson, who will be in New Orleans) are considered top contenders for the No. 1 spot in the class, and they’ll face formidable opposition during the weekend.

Additionally, Nike appears to be very strong with the Class of 2017 — the top guys mostly will play up with the 17s, rather than with the 16s — and Porter, Troy Brown and Zach Brown all will be primary attractions. Numerous previously unknown high-major talents will emerge as well, and watching them blow up in real time makes for great fun.