Boys' Basketball leaders
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Rank Name School Average
1 Abdulai Bundu Largo 28.4
2 John Hussain Temple Baptist 27
3 Anthony Tarke Gaithersburg 26.3
4 Darus Maddox Patuxent 25
5 James Butler Lake Braddock 24.2
6 Matthew Frierson Chapelgate Christian 23.6
7 Jordan Howze School Without Walls 23.5
8 Charles Thomas IV River Hill 23.3
9 Camari Wilkerson Old Mill 23
10 Walter English McLean School 22.7
11 Kevin Dorsey Clinton Christian 22.6
12 Keaton Simmons Stonewall Jackson 22.5
13 DeAndre Clark Wakefield School 22.4
- James Hampton Bell 22.4
14 Christian Matthews National Christian 22.3
15 Aaron Byrd Landon 22
- D Jones Hopewell 22
16 Austin Hall Annandale 21.9
- Jerry Carter Hylton 21.9
17 Randall Broddie Potomac (Md.) 21.2
18 Michael Speight Wise 21
- Will Robinson, Jr. Oakland Mills 21
- Jordan Mchaney Anacostia 21
19 Jason Jolly Stone Bridge 20.7
20 Sammy Thomas Northern 20.5
21 Tunde Scrivner Friendship Collegiate 20.4
22 Johnathan Savoy Washington Math/Science 20.2
23 Dominique Tham Wakefield 20.1
24 Josh Vina Annapolis Area Christian 20
- Charles Meiklejohn Annapolis 20
- Keon Butler Severn School 20
25 Luka Garza Maret 19.9
- Kavon Sclafford Fairmont Heights 19.9
- Eric Bowles W.T. Woodson 19.9
26 Justin Vargo Osbourn 19.7
- Edward Polite DuVal 19.7
- Jalen Gibbs North Point 19.7
27 Justin Route Coolidge 19.6
28 Jauvenel Leveill, Jr. Northwood 19.5
29 Jeffrey Gordon Evangel Christian 19.4
- Anthony Cowan Jr. St. John's 19.4
30 Kyle Copeland Tuscarora 19.3
31 Wanya Allen Potomac Falls 19.2
32 Kuony Deng Champe 19.1
33 Christian Williams Annapolis Area Christian 19
- Owens Severn School 19
- Adrian Jones Southern Maryland Christian 19
34 George Walker St. Albans 18.9
- Jordan Oakley La Plata 18.9
35 Isaiah Sharp Wakefield School 18.7
Boys' Basketball in the news

National Christian senior Christian Matthews picks Georgia Tech basketball

The All-Met sharpshooter committed to the Yellow Jackets during an official visit over the weekend.
Brandon Parker ·
August 24, 2015

DeMatha guard Markelle Fultz commits to Washington

All-Met senior rose from unranked guard to one of the nation's highly touted prospects after just one year of varsity play.
Brandon Parker ·
August 22, 2015

Boys' basketball: Trevor Powell helps propel balanced Osbourn past Herndon for title

BOYS' BASKETBALL | Trevor Powell provides a boost as the Eagles avenge an early-season loss in the Glory Days Sports Tournament of Champions final.
Brandon Parker ·
High Schools·
December 31, 2014

DeMatha unveils full-court press in win at Victor Oladipo Christmas Hoops Festival

BOYS' BASKETBALL | The top-ranked Stags utilized a new full-court press to rally past Dr. Phillips and into the final at the Victor Oladipo Christmas Hoops Festival.
Brandon Parker ·
High Schools·
December 30, 2014

Boys' basketball: Christian Bryant, Bowie edge St. John's, 57-55, in DMVelite event

BOYS' BASKETBALL | Christian Bryant scores 17 points in a 57-55 win over St. John's in the DMVelite Tip-Off Classic at C.H. Flowers.
Daniel Gallen ·
High Schools·
December 7, 2014

Basketball preview: Montgomery 4A boys

BOYS' BASKETBALL | Magruder, Springbrook and Gaithersburg are expected to be the top teams in Montgomery 4A this season.
Isabelle Khurshudyan ·
High Schools·
December 4, 2014

Basketball preview: Montgomery 2A/3A boys

BOYS' BASKETBALL | With most teams losing the majority of their starting lineups, the league is expected to be wide open this season.
Isabelle Khurshudyan ·
High Schools·
December 4, 2014

Basketball preview: Potomac Valley Athletic Conference boys

BOYS' BASKETBALL | Despite being hit hard by graduation, Jewish Day is expected to be the top PVAC team again this season, with the Field School and Covenant Life not far behind.
Isabelle Khurshudyan ·
High Schools·
December 3, 2014

Video: Top basketball play of the year

Video: See which play won our top basketball play of the year poll.
Matt Brooks ·
April 2, 2014

Boys' basketball: St. John's 81, DeMatha 69

In a key WCAC matchup, the No.3 Cadets have four players score in double digits and cruise past the No. 6 Stags.
High Schools·
January 24, 2014