2012-13 Winter All-Met

Boys' Basketball

F Marcus Derrickson

Paul VI / So.

Highly touted recruit averaged a team-high 12.8 points and 9.3 rebounds to go with 13 double-doubles for the Panthers. | Video: Derrickson is highly sought after

F Ishmail Wainright

Montrose Christian / Sr.

As a 6-6 point forward, the Baylor signee did a little bit of everything, recording averages of 8.8 points, 8.2 assists and 9.1 rebounds. | Video: Wainright can do it all

G-F Josh Hart

Sidwell Friends / Sr.

Using a strong ability to get to the basket, the Villanova recruit averaged 24.3 points, 13.4 rebounds and 2.8 steals for the Quakers. | Video: Hart finds a home at Sidwell

G Dion Wiley

Potomac (Md.) / Jr.

A 6-foot-4 deep threat was also explosive off the dribble. Averaged 17.9 points, 8.3 rebounds and 6.4 assists for Md. 3A runner-up. | Video: Wiley stands out

C BeeJay Anya

DeMatha / Sr.

The North Carolina State recruit averaged 13.3 points, 10.6 rebounds and 3.8 blocks while shooting 71 percent from the field. | Video: Anya dunking at All-Met shoot | Anya commits to N.C. State

G Melo Trimble

O’Connell / Jr.

Maryland commit averaged 20.8 points and was named WCAC and Alhambra Invitational tournaments MVP for the top-ranked Knights. | Video: Trimble to play for Maryland

G Marquis Wright

North Point / Sr.

Maryland Ga­tor­ade player of the year averaged 16.6 points to lead ­­Eagles to their third straight Md. 4A East title.

G Nigel Johnson

Riverdale Baptist / Sr.

Explosive scorer averaged 17.9 points and hit 71 three-pointers to lead the Crusaders to the Capital Beltway title. | Video: Johnson dunking at All-Met shoot

G Aquille Carr

Princeton Day / Sr.

Known as the “Crimestopper,” the 5-foot-7 electrifying playmaker averaged an area-high 27.6 points. Will play professionally overseas. | Video: Carr plans to play overseas

Coach of the Year: Brendan O'Connell

Eleanor Roosevelt

In his eighth season at the Greenbelt public school, O'Connell guided the Raiders to the Maryland 4A state title for the first time, breaking through after a runner-up finish in 2012. The team also won the Prince George's County championship game in its first appearance, beating Maryland 3A runner-up Potomac. He has compiled a 171-45 career record at Eleanor Roosevelt with six Maryland 4A South titles, including four straight. | Video: Roosevelt wins 4A title