Boys' Basketball leaders
Points per game
Free Throws
Rank Name School Average
1 Camari Wilkerson Old Mill 37.5
2 Alvin Cox Anacostia 29
3 David Velazquez Edgewood 27.5
4 James Butler Lake Braddock 26.5
5 Darus Maddox Patuxent 26.2
6 Luka Garza Maret 25.3
7 Shawn Moss Oxon Hill 24.8
8 Charles Kibler Maya Angelou 24.6
9 Keaton Simmons Stonewall Jackson 24.3
10 VJ King Paul VI Catholic 24.2
11 Kenny Wright Saint Anselm's 23
12 Tyler Scanlon Westfield 22.6
13 Garrett Cook Patriot 22.4
- Wililam Unterkofler Centreville 22.4
14 Brandon Willis Hammond 22.3
- Grant Robinson Potomac School 22.3
15 Chris Lykes Gonzaga 21.8
16 Michael Barnett, Jr. National Collegiate 21.4
17 Troy Freeman Washington International 21.3
- Cooper Macklin Field 21.3
18 Anthony Cowan Jr. St. John's 20.9
- Brandon Edmond John Paul the Great 20.9
19 Christian Matthews National Christian 20.7
- George Greene Howard 20.7
20 Kyle Copeland Tuscarora 20.4
- Ben Wiebusch Rockville 20.4
21 Blake Francis Westfield 20.3
22 Shaq Diboti-Lobe Whitman 19.9
- Keleaf Tate Cesar Chavez 19.9
23 Cameron Hayes Douglass 19.7
- Bryan Knapp Jewish Day 19.7
24 Daniel Kiely Oakland Mills 19.6
25 Andrew Kostecka Clarksburg 19.5
26 Markelle Fultz DeMatha 19.2
- Donnell Frayer Landon 19.2
27 Matt Ayoub W.T. Woodson 19.1
28 Tom Brown Centennial 19
- Michael Griffin Herndon 19
- Nana Jacob Hagan Chesapeake 19
- Alani Moore Friendship Collegiate 19
29 Dayvon Cuffey Glen Burnie 18.9
30 Blake Pagon Battlefield 18.8
- Kuony Deng Champe 18.8
31 Colin Jachimowski Stone Bridge 18.7
- Naquan Williams-Day Oakland Mills 18.7
32 Milos Apic Sandy Spring 18.4
- John Fierstein Quince Orchard 18.4
33 Darnell Whitfield Arundel 18.3
- Jared Bynum Georgetown Prep 18.3
34 Michael Speight Wise 18.2
Boys Basketball in the news

D.C. basketball notebook: Friendship Collegiate boys build an identity; Ayonna Williams is Ballou’s constant

Alani Moore’s game-winning runner helps the Knights take control in the PCSAA race while Ballou has steadied itself after a mid-season coaching change.
Mark Giannotto ·
February 8, 2016

Boys’ basketball: Marshall has the right mix; South Lakes looks to shake off last-second losses

The Statesmen look like a region title contender after knocking off Wakefield while the Seahawks try to move forward after a pair of crushing defeats.
Brandon Parker ·
February 8, 2016

Montgomery notebook: Gaithersburg’s Andy Kwiatkowski takes his game inside; Blair girls get a big win

The Trojans’ senior is showing there’s more to his game than his three-point shot while the Blazers are continuing to build confidence.
Eric Goldwein ·
February 8, 2016

Bullis boys’ basketball is back in the IAC title hunt after a rocky start

The Bulldogs dropped seven of their first 17 games but have now won six of seven to give themselves a chance to challenge for another conference title.
Brandon Parker ·
February 8, 2016

Tuscarora boys’ basketball keeps rolling through Loudoun County

Kyle Copeland and the Huskies have two games left to round out a regular season of dominance against Conference 14 competition.
Dillon Mullan ·
February 8, 2016

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Westfield cracks the top five; Wise, Quince Orchard join the rankings

The Bulldogs have won all 13 games since their football players joined the team while the Pumas and Cougars join the fray after weeks of impressive results.
The AllMetSports Staff ·
February 8, 2016

No. 7 Gwynn Park escapes with narrow win over Central

The Yellow Jackets fought hard in the second half to maintain a 79-75 win over the Falcons.
February 6, 2016

Quron White’s big night sends Osbourn past Stonewall Jackson

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | The senior guard nets a season-high 18 points in a back-and-forth clash with Keaton Simmons as the Eagles pull out a narrow win at home.
Nick Eilerson ·
February 6, 2016

Mykea Gray goes into attack mode, as No. 1 National Christian tops No. 3 Riverdale Baptist

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Gray finishes with 23 points as the top-ranked Eagles notch a major win over a fellow national power.
Mark Giannotto ·
February 6, 2016

West Springfield’s extra work pays off in a narrow win over T.C. Williams

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Lewis Djonkam and Spencer Askew make the most of the pregame practice session and the Spartans hold on for their ninth straight victory.
Brandon Parker ·
February 6, 2016