1992-93 All-Met Boys Basketball Team
Thursday, April 1, 1993
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Led 33-1 Crimson Tide to
No. 1 ranking in the area and City Title championship. Averaged 22
points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals and 4 assists.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Directed Northwest D.C. school to his third IAC championship. No. 2
Bulldogs finished 24-2 and with 22-game IAC win streak. Career 109-51.
Washington Post baseball coach of the year in 1986.
Averaged 22 points, 12 rebounds, 8 assists and 2 blocked shots for
Maryland Class 4A state semifinalists. Three-year starter led Eagles to
state championship in 1992.
Repeat All-Met was Virginia AAA Northern Region player of the year.
Averaged 23 points, 11 rebounds, 4 blocked shots and 3 assists. Led
Seahawks to second straight region title. Committed to Duke.
Few shooting guards in area have better range than Green, who helped
Dunbar to the DCIAA championship and City Title Game victory over
Carroll. Averaged 18.2 points.
Averaged 20 points, 10 assists and 6 steals for No. 2 Bulldogs, who
were 24-2 and won IAC title. Finished year by making 60-foot shot at
buzzer to win title game of Middle Atlantic Invitational.
Led Lions to the Metro Conference championship and No. 5 ranking in
Washington area. One of area's most aggressive inside players averaged
22.5 points, 12 rebounds and 5 assists.
Nicknamed "Dink," the 298-pounder has soft touch around the basket.
Took Braves to Maryland Class 3A championship game. Averaged 23.6
points, 14.6 rebounds and 2.4 blocked shots.
Virginia-bound standout averaged 19.8 points, 9.9 assists, 9
rebounds and 6.4 steals. Had 20 career triple-doubles. Shot 47 percent
from three-point range. Three-time all-DCIAA selection.
Carried Falcons to the best season in school history at 27-5 and its
first appearance in City Title consolation game. Averaged 20 points, 11
rebounds, 3 blocked shots, 2 steals and 2 assists.
Repeat All-Met averaged 22 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists per game
for 20-5 Cavaliers. Had single-game highs of 44 points as a sophomore
and 41 this season. Committed to Florida.
Player, School, Height, Class
Oronde Clark, Forestville, 6-5, Sr.
Keith Davis, Anacostia, 6-4, Sr.
Greg Jones, Cardozo, 6-1, Sr.
Robert Miller, Largo, 6-0, Sr.
Corey Robinson, Watkins Mill, 6-2, Sr.
Derek Barrett, Meade, 5-10, Sr.
Mike Doyle, Pallotti, 6-3, Sr.
Khalid Shakur, Blair, 6-5, Sr.
Kellii Taylor, Carroll, 6-2, Jr.
Earl Tyson, Dunbar, 6-0, Sr.
Louis Bullock, Canterbury, 6-3, Soph.
Ronnell Felton, Hayfield, 6-2, Jr.
Gerald Hilliard, Phelps, 6-3, Sr.
Eric Singletary, Sidwell Friends, 6-2, Sr.
Robert Shelton, Louisa, 6-4, Jr.
Jason Bell, Gar-Field; Damien Biggs, Centennial; Sammy Briggs, Good
Counsel; Tom Bubonovich, Grace Brethren; Joseph Childress, Canterbury;
Damian Cosby, Northern; Daniel Deng, Washington International; Randy
Dodson, Herndon; Brion Dunlap, Woodbridge; Dwayne Easterling, Theodore
Roosevelt; Brad Fowler, Severn; Michael Gray, Colonial Beach; Darren
Hall, South River; Ben Harris, Mount Vernon; Darvel Harris, Wakefield;
Phill Hawkins, The Heights; Ray Hawkins, Kennedy; Bobby Hogan,
Brentsville; Chatney Howard, Southern; Sulayman Joof, Whitman; Damion
Keyes, Woodbridge; Brian Lipka, Robinson; Joe Martinez, Fairfax; Gordon
Mboya, Landon; Javier Michaux, Howard; Natter Miller, Chancellor; Randy
Mills, Coolidge; James Moore, Robinson; Steve Napper, DeMatha; Aaron
Nesselrodt, James Wood; Derrick Newton, Northwestern; Victor Page,
McKinley; Jamail Pritchett, Quince Orchard; Chris Rhames, Anacostia;
Ronald Rhodes, Calvert; DeRon Robinson, W.T. Woodson; Daniel Sancomb,
Meade; Neil Scott, St. Andrew's; Jason Smith, Broadneck; Darrian
Summerville, Osbourn; Reginald Wade, H.D. Woodson; Thomas Washington,
Pain Branch; DeShurn Weston, Hayfield; Tito Wills, Riverdale Baptist;
Arnett Young, Largo.
Player, School, Avg.
Robert Shelton, Louisa, 27.2
Greg Jones, Cardozo, 26.8
Jamaal Cox, Thornton Friends, 26.5
Oronde Clark, Forestville, 26.2
Chatney Howard, Southern, 24.8
Tom Bubonovich, Grace Brethren, 24.7
Natter Miller, Chancellor, 23.9
Frank McQueen, Parkdale, 23.9
Louis Bullock, Canterbury, 23.8
Darren Hall, South River, 23.8
William Peters, Potomac (Md.), 23.6
Lamon White, Colonial Beach, 23.4
Ronald Rhodes, Calvert, 23.4
Damian Cosby, Northern, 23.2
Joey Beard, South Lakes, 23.0
Daniel Deng, Wash. Int, 22.9
Phill Hawkins, The Heights, 22.5
Aaron Nesselrodt, James Wood, 22.4
Jamail Pritchett, Quince Orchard, 22.1
Kenny Avent, High Point, 22.0
Nathan Langley, Dunbar, 22.0
Greg Williams, W.T. Woodson, 22.0
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