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With the live July recruiting period beginning Wednesday, here are some storylines and players to keep an eye on.

Grant (DeMatha) was the No. 19 selection for the New York Knicks, Anderson (Montrose Christian) went two picks later to Dallas and Marcus Thornton II (McNamara) was picked 45th by Boston.

Towering Stags OL chooses Scarlet Knights -- the first school to offer him -- over Maryland.

A recap of the most memorable stories from the 2014-15 Washington area high school sports season.

Former All-Met player of the year Kenny Towns leads a group of local players selected on the MLB draft's final day.

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  • Jun 10
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Alongside junior Markelle Fultz, Harvey is one-half of arguably the most highly touted duo since Keith Bogans and Joe Forte.

Several former All-Mets are expected to hear their names called during one of the seven rounds in this week's NFL Draft.

DeMatha running back Anthony McFarland has 18 offers, which includes one from Georgia, his leader at the moment.

  • Jason Butt
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  • Football
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  • Apr 21, 2015
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WCAC playmakers are two of six local standouts among the nation's top 150 boys' basketball players, according to Rivals.

The start of college basketball's April recruiting period will likely bring increased attention to some of the Washington area's top prospects.

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