Player of the Year
Markel Starks Georgetown Prep, Senior, Guard
Georgetown University-bound dynamo torched opponents for 25 ppg, 7.5 ast, 5 rpg, 2.3 stl for Little Hoyas. Lights-out shooter also connected on 48 percent of 3-point attempts.
Coach of the Year
Tom CrowellSpringbrook, fifth year
Did what no one ever has: win third straight 4A state title. This yearís was least expected, but young talent gelled quickly.
Angelo Adon Kennedy, Sr.
Guard Countyís leading scorer (25.3 ppg) failed to reach double digits just once. Scored personal-best 43 points in Class 3A West Region semifinal loss.
Nick BrownRichard Montgomery
Sr., GuardStats donít reflect impact for 4A West Region runner-up. Three-year starter was floor general, took big shots in one of programís best seasons ever.
Ryan FrazierBlake, Jr. Guard
Rock-steady presence in Bengalsí run to 3A West Region title produced 17.1 ppg, scored double-digit points in all but one game.
Rodney Glasgow Good Counsel, Sr. Guard
Adept point guard with ability to break teams down for layups or create open looks for teammates. VMI-bound whirlwind produced 13 ppg, 6 ast.
Josh Hairston Montrose Christian Sr., Forward
One year at Rockville school was productive for Duke University signee. Became sole focus when Terrence Ross left, finishing with 17 ppg, 11 rpg.
Rycourt MacAuley Paint Branch, Sr. Center
Six-foot-7 with terrific athletic ability, evolved from reserve to dominant interior presence in one season. Averaged 16.9 ppg, 11.4 rpg, 4.2 blk.
Joe McDonald Landon, Soph. Guard
Terrific prospect with every tool in box. All-conference lead guard did bit of everything for Bears, including score (15 ppg), rebound (9 rpg).
Brendan McFall Poolesville, Sr. Guard/Forward
Capable of doing everything on floor; strong outside shooter who could handle ball or bang down low, finished with 15.3 ppg, 7.3 rpg and 3.1 ast.
Deshaunt Walker Springbrook, Sr. Guard
Most experienced Blue Devil inspired team to third-straight state title. Finished tops on squad with 15.4 ppg, also helped younger teammates blossom.
Brad BolenSherwood, Sr., Guard
Improved all-court game to rack up 19.4 ppg.
Michael BullockSeneca Valley, Jr., Guard
Hard-nosed guard on both ends had 20.7 ppg.
Ed DysonNorthwood, Sr., Guard
Always involved at crunch time; scored 18.4 ppg.
Jake EskinChurchill, Sr., Guard
Made Bulldogs respectable, averaging 18.9 ppg.
Tim HarwoodMagruder, Sr., Guard
Did it all; averaged 18.2 ppg, directed offense.
Zach OgunfoluRockville, Sr., Forward
Big with elite midrange game, scored 17.7 ppg.
Danny RubinLandon, Sr., Guard
Averaged 18 ppg, knocked down 52 3-pointers.
Shawn StephensRichard Montgomery, Sr., Center
Realized potential; led RM in points, rebounds.
Charlie WaughWhitman, Sr., Forward
Smooth wing averaged 15.6 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 2.4 ast.
Ryan WrightBullis, Sr., Guard
Produced 11.6 ppg, 3.5 ast, 57 3-pointers.
Justin Anderson, Montrose Christian, Soph., G
Kevin Baker, Poolesville, Sr., G
Mike Giroux, Damascus, Sr., G
Ben Hazel, Good Counsel, Sr., G
Enerio Jones, Springbrook, Jr., G
DeAndre Kelly, Rockville, Jr., F
Mac Kennedy, Quince Orchard, Sr., G
Willy Lee, Northwest, Sr., F
Devon Pestano, Springbrook, Jr., G
Jack Weis, Wootton, Sr., G