Player of the Year
Christian Webster, Landon, Sr., guard
County's leading scorer (24.1), solid rebounder (9.1) guided Bears to first outright IAC crown in 41 years. Harvard commit scored 33 points in league title game.
Coach of the Year
Tom Crowell, Springbrook, fourth year
Helmed one of best teams in county history. Finished with perfect 27-0 record, second straight state title, first team in 41 years to repeat in Maryland's highest classification.
George Fountain, Kennedy, Sr., G
Sharpshooter led Cavaliers with 20 points per game, including season-high 31, with nine 3-pointers, against Paint Branch on Jan. 5.
Chase Hicks, Churchill, Sr., G/F
Inside-out threat averaged team-high 21 points, 38 percent of team's per-game average. Added 8 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2 steals a game.
Bruce Massey, Seneca Valley, Sr., G
Heart, soul of Eagles' state semifinal team averaged 17.9 points, 7.1 assists, 5.6 rebounds, always defended opponents' top player.
Brendan McFall, Poolesville, Jr., G
Massively improved in second varsity season, took on leadership role, averaging team-high 14.2 points per game, 6 rebounds, 2.2 assists.
Jamal Olasewere, Springbrook, Sr., F
One of state's premier bigs, averaging 19.5 points per game for unbeaten Blue Devils. Owned state playoffs with 49 points, 29 boards.
Terrence Ross, Montrose Christian, Jr., G
Arrived from Oregon to average nearly 15 points for nationally ranked team. Athletic wing talent has garnered numerous Division I looks.
Gerome Seagears, B-CC, Jr., G
Slick-handling Northwood transfer became one of county's premier point guards, leading Barons with 15.5 points per game.
Markel Starks, Georgetown Prep, Jr., G
Electric combo guard, committed to Georgetown University, averaged 22 points, 8 assists, 5 rebounds, 2 assists; hit 49 percent of 3-pointers.
Mouphtaou Yarou, Montrose Christian, Sr., F
Burly Villanova University signee pounded opponents for averages of 22 points, 13 rebounds for national-title chasing Mustangs.
Isaiah Armwood, Montrose Christian, Sr., F
Villanova-bound forward averaged 12 points, nearly 9 rebounds.
Recardo Gaddy, Good Counsel, Sr., G
Team's leading playmaker posted 12.5 points, 2.4 assists, 2.6 rebounds.
Jordan Goodman, Seneca Valley, Soph., F
Talented young transfer averaged 18.9 points, 13.2 rebounds.
Elijah Gore, Churchill, Sr., G
Speedy, gritty guard was team's spark plug with 14.8 points a game.
Stephen Griffin, Paint Branch, Sr., G
Ball-handling dynamo will play in Capital Classic preliminary game.
Ed Hall, Paint Branch, Sr., F
Laurel transfer led Panthers with over 15 points, nearly 10 boards, a game.
Nash Oh, Walter Johnson, Sr., G
Set up Wildcats' offense, averaging 17.2 points, 4 assists per game.
Robert Olson, Georgetown Prep, Sr., G/F
Loyola signee contributed 15 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists per contest.
Carl Yaffe, Walter Johnson, Sr., F
Could score (19-point average) from anywhere, added 9 rebounds a game.
Alexander Zurn, St. Andrew's, Sr., G
Mr. Everything led team in points (23.2), rebounds (9.1), assists (3.2).
Darion Atkins, Landon, Soph., C
Kevin Baker, Poolesville, Jr., G
Mark Brown, The Heights, Sr., G
Preston Carmon, Watkins Mill, Sr., G
Chris Carter, Springbrook, Sr., G
Eitan Chemerinski, Jewish Day, Sr., F
Jonathan Cleveland, Northwood, Sr., G
Michael Fowler, Whitman, Sr., G
Rodney Glasgow, Good Counsel, Jr., G
DeAndre Kelly, Rockville, Soph., G
Mac Kennedy, Quince Orchard, Jr., G
Nate Koenig, B-CC, Sr., G/F
Travis Marcus, Wheaton, Sr., G
Theo Marshall, Gaithersburg, Sr., G
Bremond McClinton, Bullis, Sr., G
Myles Petretti, Northwest, Sr., F
Nitin Potarazu, Wootton, Sr., F
Danny Rubin, Landon, Jr., G
Jonathan Velez, Seneca Valley, Sr., G
Jeremy Williams, Springbrook, Sr., G