Tenth-ranked Maret has three seniors selected to All-MAC team

Maret seniors from left: Drake Goddard, Jalen Barnes and Steffen Davis were selected to All-MAC team (Doug Kapustin/The Washington Post).

With all but one Mid-Atlantic Conference team — No. 10 Maret — having completed its season, the All-MAC team has been announced. The Frogs, who will face No. 12 Theodore Roosevelt Thursday at 8 p.m. in the D.C. State Athletic Association title game, had three seniors selected: Jalen Barnes, Steffen Davis and Drake Goddard. St. Andrews, Flint Hill and Potomac School were right behind the Frogs, each with two players chosen for the team. Saint James also had three players selected.

Below are the nine area players selected for the All-MAC team:

Marcus Adkison, Jr., St. Andrew’s

Paired in the backcourt with senior standout Cedrick McFadden the junior led the Lions in scoring at 17.8 points per game. Adkison exploded for a career-high 39 points and shot 10-for-10 from the free throw line in a win over Kennedy. He’s receiving interest from Navy, St. Francis, Radford and UMBC.

G Britton Anderson, Sr., Flint Hill

Anderson led the Huskies in scoring at 11.4 points per game and eclipsed the 20-point plateau three times this season. He has an offer from Division II St. Rose (N.Y.) Division II and is considering Division III options.

G Jalen Barnes, Sr., Maret

The athletic swingman can score inside and outside and at 6-foot-6 the southpaw has been a frequent target for Frogs alley-oops. Barnes is scoring 11.7 points per game and has interest from Longwood and Division II and III programs.

G Steffen Davis, Sr., Maret

One of the best shooters in the area, Davis made 72 three-pointers which is a MAC best and ranks him eighth in the area. Davis can led the Frogs in scoring at 16.2 points per game. He’s receiving interest from Long Island and has Division II offers.

Tyler Femi, Jr., Flint Hill

The junior point guard scored the go-ahead layup and a game-high 13 points in the Huskies’ upset of Saint James in the MAC semifinals. Femi scored 10.5 points per game and will have a larger scoring role next season with Flint Hill’s top two scorers graduating.

G Drake Goddard, Sr., Maret

The Frogs’ floor leader is averaging 11.7 points per game and has shown an improved midrange jumper this season. Goddard scored a season-high 21 points and hit the game-winner in Maret’s win over very talented Saint James team at home. He’s receiving interest from Florida International, Cal State-Riverside and Northern Arizona.

G Cedrick McFadden, Sr., St. Andrew’s

The speedy McFadden scored 15.5 points per game but was better known for his tenacity on defense. He scored a season-high 24 points against Landon and Saint James. McFadden is receiving Division I and Division II interest.

G/F B.J. Sallah, Sr., Potomac School

At 6-foot-4 Sallah played well beyond his height, and was one of the Panthers’ best rebounders. Sallah scored 10.2 points per game and has interest from Division III schools.

G Logan Samuels, Sr., Potomac School

The 6-foot-1 guard made a living scoring inside but has a lot of range from behind the arc, as seen from his four three-pointers en route to 16 points in a loss to top-ranked Bullis. Samuels led the Panthers in scoring at 13.3 points per game. Samuels has ranging interest from Division I, II and Division III.

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