2011-12 Winter All-Met

Boys' basketball

F Justin Anderson

Montrose Christian / Sr.

The 6-7 Virginia recruit was region’s most electric player. Averaged 17.8 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3 assists. Video

C BeeJay Anya

DeMatha / Jr.

A 6-9 force at both ends of floor, he shot 66 percent and averaged 13.3 points, 10.5 rebounds and school-record 6.8 blocks. Video

F Michael Carrera

Montrose Christian / Sr.

At 6-7, the repeat All-Met has tireless energy around the basket. Averaged 13.2 points and 12.2 rebounds for 21-3 Mustangs. Video

F Kris Jenkins

Gonzaga / Jr.

Area’s most versatile player used height (6-5) inside and out. Averaged 20.4 points, 10.6 rebounds and 4 assists. Video

F Coleman Johnson

Paul VI Catholic / Sr.

Fairfield recruit was a key cog for 35-3 Panthers. The 6-6 forward averaged 11.8 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.3 blocks.

G Joe McDonald

Landon / Sr.

A 6-1 repeat All-Met, McDonald did it all for the Bears, averaging 22.7 points and 10.9 rebounds. Will play for George Washington.

F DeShaun Morman

Coolidge / Jr.

The 6-3 transfer from Richmond had knack for big shots. Averaged 15.4 points, 7.9 rebounds, 4.3 assists for DCIAA champs.

G James Robinson

DeMatha / Sr.

A 6-foot-3 Pittsburgh recruit, Robinson was the floor leader for WCAC runner-up. Averaged 11.2 points, 8 rebounds and 6.4 assists. Video

G Kethan Savage

Episcopal / Sr.

The 6-3 GW recruit was one of region's most explosive players. Averaged 19.7 points, 5.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists.

Vaughn Jones

Coach of the year, Coolidge

In his fifth year at the Northwest Washington school, the two-time All-Met from DeMatha (1991 and 1992) guided the Colts to their first D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association title since 1988 and a school-record 29 wins, including a victory over private schools power Montrose Christian. Compiled a 110-38 record at Coolidge (128-46 overall) with five consecutive DCIAA West titles.

Player bios by Josh Barr, Matt Brooks, Paul Tenorio, James Wagner, Preston Williams and Greg Schimmel - The Washington Post. Photos by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post.
Published April 5, 2012.