1990-91 All-Met Boys Basketball Team
Tuesday, March 26, 1991
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Dedicated senior who fine tuned all of his
skills. Improved outside shot and averaged 21 points, nine
rebounds, four assists and three steals per game for 27-4 Crimson Tide. Orally committed to Maryland.
COACHES OF THE YEAR
Regarded as one of, if not the finest coaches in the nation. Guided Stags to 30-0 record, his third unbeaten season in 35 years at DeMatha. Won 27th Metro Conference title, 11th City Championship
and 13th Alhambra Tournament.
Considered one of the finest coaches in the area. Returned after
20-year hiatus to lead Panthers to 21-5 record and Maryland Class 4A
title. Built dynasty at Fairmont Heights with six Maryland state
titles between 1964-71.
Quick, versatile; comfortable at either point or shooting guard.
Helped small Eagles to 17-7 record and Maryland region final. Shot
50 percent from the field and 40 percent from three-point range in
averaging 24 points per game.
Oustanding perimeter shooter with quick release and great range.
Scored 578 points for 22.2 average to lead Parkdale from 5-17 mark to
21-5 record and Maryland Class 4A title. Shot 88 percent from free
Steady, consistent inside player for top-ranked, unbeaten 30-0 Stags. Made winning basket to beat Dunbar in City Title Game. Shot 60 percent from the field and averaged 17 points, 6 rebounds and 3
assists per game.
Teamed with Johnny Rhodes to lead Dunbar to 27-4 record, third
straight Interhigh League regular season and tournament championships
and runner-up spot in City Title Game. Averaged 18 points, 9.3
rebounds and 2.5 steals.
Very physical player with good shooting touch, making him equally
effective inside and outside. Had best efforts in key games. Averaged 20 points, 10.1 rebounds and 3 assists per game. Signed
with St. Bonaventure.
Transfer student who helped Harker Prep to a 20-2 record and national
recognition. Strong, physical guard with soft, accurate shooting
touch from three-point range. Averaged 18 points with season high
Outstanding all-around player who led Blazers to 23-1 season, their
lone loss coming to Springbrook in the Maryland region final. Averaged 17 points, 11 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 2.3 steals. Good
ballhandler and defensive player.
Consistent, steady force behind Spartans' 23-5 record and Virginia
AAA state semifinal berth. Scored double figures in 81 of 96 games
played in four years. Averaged 17.4 points, 8.4 rebounds, 6 assists
and 3 steals.
Transferred from Gonzaga to lead Wolverines to school-best 23-2
record and Virginia AAA Northern Region quarterfinals. Outstanding
perimeter shooter with good moves to the basket. Averaged 26
points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds.
Dion Brewington, Fairmont Heights; Brian Buchanan, Fairfax; Phil
Chenier, Wilde Lake; Ivey Corbett, Loudoun County; David Cox, St.
John's; Brian Derge, Robinson; Nate Friends, McLean; Tim Fudd,
Chantilly; Carruthers Gant, Oakland Mills; Michael Gardner, James
Monroe; Lonnie Harrell, Eastern; Andre Harrison, Cardozo; Kevin Herod,
Watkins Mill; Howard Hogan, South Lakes; Mike Ivey, Bullis; Mike James,
Bowie; Oliver Jones, Northern; Jason Lansdown, Broad Run; Alphonzo
McFarland, Quince Orchard; Carlos Marshall, Fauquier; Chris McGuthrie,
Springbrook; Cornell Parker, Maret; Dennis Paul, St. Albans; Romeo
Roach, Dunbar; Sefton Robinson, McKinley; Stacy Robinson, DuVal; Preston
Rucker, Canterbury School; Tony Sawyer, Springbrook; Sidney Shelton,
Harker Prep; Brent Sherrill, Parkdale; Brett Sherrill, Parkdale; Duane
Simpkins, DeMatha; John Spann, Suitland; Jeffrey Starkey, Forestville;
Jevon Thomas, Blair; Ratcliff Thomas, T.C. Williams; Marty Warner,
Potomac (Va.); Tony White, Oakton; Ike Wilkins, Gonzaga; Greg Williams,
W.T. Woodson; Marcus Williams, La Plata; Horace Willis, Washington-Lee;
Maurice Winston, Hayfield; A.J. Wood, Georgetown Prep; Walter Wright,
Stuart; Serge Zwikker, Harker Prep.
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