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1994-95 All-Met Boys Basketball Team

Thursday, March 30, 1995

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Louis Bullock
Guard
Laurel Baptist
Senior
6-3
Repeat All-Met. Averaged 25.7 points, 8.4 assists, 8.7 rebounds and 3 steals for No. 3 Laurel Baptist (36-5). Scored 40 points in 62-56 victory over nationally-ranked St. John's/Prospect Hall. Signed with Michigan.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Kendall Hayes
Potomac (Va.)
Led 28-1 Panthers to their first Virginia AAA state title and area's No. 1 ranking. In becoming first area team to win Virginia AAA state title since 1981, his Dumfries team was unbeaten against local competition. Potomac also won Cardinal District and Northwestern Region championships.

FIRST TEAM
Billy Beal
Guard
West Potomac
Senior
6-1
Averaged 26.5 points, 6 assists and 3 rebounds for 25-1 No. 8 Wolverines. Had single-game high of 40 points. All-Northern Region selection was MVP of Mount Vernon and National District tournaments.

Mike Gill
Forward
Dunbar
Senior
6-6
Averaged 19.3 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocked shots for 27-6 Crimson Tide. Selected to all-tournament teams at Las Vegas Prep Classic and Reebok Prep Classic in San Diego. Had four triple-doubles this season. Signed with Pittsburgh.

Tinail Harris
Forward
Potomac (Va.)
Senior
6-4
Virginia AAA Northwestern Region and Cardinal District MVP led Dumfries school to 28-1 record, Virginia AAA state title and area's No. 1 ranking. Set school record with 1,037 points, including single-game best of 44.

Tim Hill
Guard
DeMatha
Senior
5-11
Point guard averaged 12 points and five assists for 26-7 No. 10 Stags after helping them to City Title championship as junior. Averaged 28 minutes per game and 35 percent from three-point range. All-tournament selection at Altoona Chevy Shootout and D.C./Gonzaga Classic. Weighted grade-point average of 4.2. Committed to Harvard.

Daymond Jackson
Guard
T.C. Williams
Senior
6-4
Virginia AAA all-Northern Region selection averaged 25.5 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists for 23-5 No. 6 Titans.

Joe Lofton
Center
Forestville
Junior
6-5
Averaged 27.5 points in leading No. 12 Knights to Maryland Class 1A state championship. Outstanding defender averaged 29 points and 16 rebounds in Maryland state tournament.

Jabari Outtz
Guard
Good Counsel
Senior
5-11
Led No. 11 Wheaton school to 24-7 record this season and 80-19 record in his career. Averaged 23 points, 6 assists and 5 steals this season. Finished as Falcons all-time leader in three-point field goals.

Tryrian Ridges
Guard
Springbrook
Senior
6-1
Silver Spring school's all-time leading scorer led 22-4 No. 4 Blue Devils to Maryland Class 4A state tournament three consecutive seasons, including berths in final each of past two years. Averaged 23.7 points, 7 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 3.5 steals.

Antoine Wills
Guard
Kennedy
Senior
6-2
One of best pure scorers in recent years in Montgomery County, "Lump" finished with more than 1,500 career points. This season he averaged 30.5 points, 7.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists helping No. 18 Cavaliers to 20-4 finish. Had single-game bests of 44 and 43 points.

SECOND TEAM
Player, School, Ht., Class
Ossie Jones, St. Stephen's/SA, 6-4, Sr.
Michael Horton, T.C. Williams, 6-1, Sr.
Darryl Presley, DeMatha, 6-6, Sr.
Jason Smith, Broadneck, 6-1, Sr.
Marc Smith, Wakefield, 5-9, Sr.

THIRD TEAM
Willie Callahan, Robinson, 6-2, Sr.
Joseph Childress, National Christian, 5-10, Sr.
Chris King, Gar-Field, 6-3, Sr.
Frank McQueen, Dunbar, 6-3, Sr.
Charles Rooths, St. John's, 6-5, Sr.

FOURTH TEAM
Todd Beeten, Maret, 6-2, Sr.
Dean Berry, Episcopal, 6-0, Sr.
Jim Fitzpatrick, Flint Hill, 6-0, Sr.
Robbi Moose, Warren County, 6-4, Sr.
Melvin Watson, Potomac (Md.), 6-3, Sr.

HONORABLE MENTION
Leslie Ballard, Wilson; Patrick Bartlett, Clarke County; Robert Bell, Parkdale; Addist Bennett, Robinson; Shakil Brew, Springbrook; Willie Bullock, McNamara; Coby Burns, North Stafford; D.J. Chiles, Atholton; Darion Clark, Theodore Roosevelt; Terrance Clark, Largo; Chad Clements, Centreville; Irving Conwell, Oakland Mills; David Dabbondanza, Montrose Christian; Desmond Dailey, Glen Burnie; Dion Dove, Gwynn Park; Evin Ellison, Queen Anne; Ahmed Evans, Gonzaga; Marquise Farmer, Arundel; Torrey Farrington, Woodbridge; Tad Fetter, Whitman; Michael Hill, Oakland Mills; Kevin Higgins, Arundel; Joe Holland, Good Counsel; Andrew Huling, St. Albans; Bobby Huntley, Lee; Lenny Ignatowski, Madison; Carl Jackson, Wilde Lake; Jeremiah Johnson, Herndon; Shawn Johnson, Largo; Antric Klaiber, Episcopal; Keith Lambkin, Pallotti; Mike Langley, The Heights; Jamie Leachman, Landon; Clifton Marlowe, Quince Orchard; Lonsdale McCallum, South Lakes; Eddie McNamara, Potomac School

Omari McKinsey, Crossland; Tony Michell, Bullis; Michael Murchie, George Mason; Mike Neal, Potomac (Va.); Patrick Ngongba, Mount Hebron; Michael Partlow, Handley; Sheik Pearson, Cardozo; Marko Pesic, High Point; Fritz Plater, Blair; Sam Randolph, Takoma Academy; Rolan Roberts, Potomac (Va.); Edward Sheffey, Anacostia; Derek Smothers, Walter Johnson; Ben Surprin, Magruder; Josh Stringer, Flint Hill; Daron Tapscott, Liberty; Tonic Tep, Lee; Andre Thomas, Anacostia; Jason Thomas, Eastern; Mike Thomas, Herndon; Bakari Ward, Arundel; Melvin Watson, Potomac (Md.); Lamon White, Colonial Beach; Daks Williams, West Potomac; Malik Wilson, Blair; Leon Wiseman, Northern; Kevin Worley, McDonough; Reuven Zakheim, Hebrew Academy.

TOP SCORERS
Player, School, Avg.
Robbi Moose, Warren City, 30.5
Antoine Wills, Kennedy, 30.5
Lamon White, Colonial Beach, 28.2
Evin Ellison, Queen Anne, 27.9
Joseph Childress, National Cathedral, 27.6
Daron Tapscott, Liberty, 27.5
Joe Lofton, Forestville, 27.2
Neil Streeter, Field, 26.4
Louis Bullock, Laurel Baptist, 25.8
Daymond Jackson, T.C. Williams, 25.5

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