Former Montrose Christian standout Kevin Durant, the 2006 All-Met Player of the Year, will be making his third All-Star game apperance this weekend. Georgetown Prep’s Roy Hibbert, a second-team All-Met in 2004, is making his first.
Take a look at some other homegrown D.C. basketball stars, and let us know who we missed in the comment section.
Many of the players pictured above were stars in high school. The following were named first team All-Met or Player of the Year by The Post:
(note: our internal records only go back to 1957)
Grant Hill, South Lakes: 1990 All-Met Player of the Year, 1989
Dave Bing, Spingarn: 1962
Danny Ferry, DeMatha: 1985, 1984
Walt Williams, Crossland: 1988
Delonte West, Eleanor Roosevelt: 2001 All-Met Player of the Year
Austin Carr, Mackin: 1967, 1966
Lawrence Moten, Carroll: 1990 (*was also a two-time All-Met football player, earning Defensive Player of the Year honors in 1989)
Adrian Dantley, DeMatha: 1973, 1972, 1971
Sherman Douglas, Spingarn: 1985 All-Met Player of the Year