1993-94 All-Met Boys Basketball Team
Thursday, March 31, 1994
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Carried 20-9 Trainers to No. 16 ranking and the DCIAA championship. Named MVP of league title game victory over Dunbar. Led Washington area boys with 31.1 points per game single-game best 47. Selected to Capital Classic.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Levi Franklin Jr.
After going 14-10 in his first season at the Temple Hills school, directed the Cavaliers to the Prince George's County 4A and Maryland 4A South Region championships.
Averaged 21 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists per game for 18-7 Maryland Class 2A state semifinalists. Season-high of 40 points (achieved twice). MVP of York (Pa.) holiday tournament.
One of area's top pure shooters, helped 29-3 Runnin' Rebels to No. 4 ranking in area. Averaged 27 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists, with single-game high of 57 points. Scored in double-figures in 93 of 94 varsity games.
Anne Arundel County MVP and outstanding player in North-South all-star game. Averaged 28.8 points and 9 rebounds for 17-5 Bulldogs.
Powerful inside performer led 29-4 Stags to No. 1 ranking in area and WCAC Division I championships. MVP in DeMatha's victory in City Title game .Averaged 16 points, 8.7 rebounds and 4.0 assists.
Versatile forward was key as Purple Eagles finished 22-5. Had 19 points and 21 rebounds in victory over highly-touted St. Raymond's (Bronx, N.Y.). Had 26 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots in victory over McNamera.
Dominant public school player in Prince George's County averaged 25.6 points. Had single-game bests of 43 points and 22 rebounds. Signed with West Virginia.
First basketball All-Met from Virginia AA Battlefield District. Averaged 22.4 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists in leading team to district, region titles. Single-game best of 40 points. Postseason average 23 points. Signed with Ohio State.
All-WCAC Division I selection averaged 23 points in teaming with Tony Parham to give Lions perhaps area's best backcourt. Had single-game best of 47 points against national power Oak Hill Academy.
Former junior tennis star led turnaround at Springfield school which won only two games two years ago. Named Virginia AAA Northern Region co-player of the year as he averaged 29.7 points, 12 rebounds and 4 assists. Single-game best of 42 points for 22-3 Lancers.
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