Coach of the Year
Roderick Moore, Surrattsville
In just his second year as coach of the Hornets, Moore turned around the program's fortunes. The team went from one victory in the 2008-09 season to 17 wins this season and a trip to the 1A South Region championship game, where the Hornets lost to Baltimore's Dunbar High, 48-43. Surrattsville defeated Class 2A state runner-up Gwynn Park twice and gave Dunbar, the eventual state champion, its closest game of the playoffs.
Player of the Year
Quinn Cook, DeMatha
The junior spent the season displaying the all-around skills and court presence that earned him a spot on the U.S. National U-16 team that won the FIBA Americas title last summer. He averaged 19.4 points and 5.4 assists per game and was 47 percent from 3-point range, hitting 102 shots from behind the arc in 35 games. Five of the 3-pointers came as he matched his season high of 30 points in the Stags' victory against Gonzaga on March 8 in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference final. He had a season-high seven 3-pointers in a win against Bishop O'Connell on Jan. 20. Cook also was efficient at the free-throw line, hitting 101 of 120 (84.2 percent) for the season.
Brandon Ford, Gwynn Park
The junior guard led the Yellow Jackets to a Class 2A title game appearance and a County 3A/2A/1A League title. He averaged 19.2 points, four rebounds and three assists per game.
Justin Drummond, Riverdale Baptist
The senior led the Crusaders with 23 points, nine rebounds, two steals and two blocks per game. He was named the most valuable player of the Lone Star Invitational in San Antonio, the Riverdale Baptist Christmas Tournament and the DMV Tournament.
Da'Ron Wiseman, Potomac
The Wolverines' senior guard averaged 15.9 points per game and hit 23 3-pointers during the season. He had a season-high 32 points against Friendly on Jan. 15.
Ray Gatling, Oxon Hill
The senior was the county's chief scoring threat this season, averaging 25.2 points per game. He had eight games of 30 points or more, including five 30-point efforts in a span of seven games from Jan. 12 through Feb. 16.
Daryl Traynham, Henry A. Wise
The senior guard was one of the top scorers in Prince George's County, averaging 23 points per game. The University of Massachusetts recruit also averaged 7.5 assists and 3.2 steals per game.
Tion Barnes, Gwynn Park
The 6-foot-5 junior gave the Yellow Jackets a formidable inside presence on their way to a Class 2A state title game appearance. He averaged 15.2 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game.
Antonio Jenifer, Potomac
Though the senior missed nearly half the season after being ruled academically ineligible, he was reinstated during the playoffs and helped lead the Wolverines to the 3A South Region final. One of the top big men in the area, the 6-foot-6 Jenifer averaged 18 points per game.
Timmone Whatley, Frederick Douglass
The junior guard averaged 19.3 points per game and scored 14 points or more in 16 of 21 games. He had 25 points or more in three of the Eagles' last four games of the season.
Mikael Hopkins, DeMatha
The 6-foot-8 junior's size and shot-altering ability on defense were key components of the Stags' 31-3 season. Hopkins averaged 14.1 points, 11.6 rebounds and 4.2 blocks per game and recorded 13 blocked shots in DeMatha's WCAC title-game victory against Gonzaga.
Travis Baker, High Point
Raymond Baldwin, Surrattsville
Dasheek Bannister, Forestville
Jerrium Beale, Laurel
Jared Carithers, Bowie
Brandon Coleman, Bishop McNamara
Keron DeShields, St. Vincent Pallotti
Jerian Grant, DeMatha
Richard Harris, Surrattsville
Mike Hemsley, Gwynn Park
Kyle Jackson, Largo
Chaun Miller, Eleanor Roosevelt
Davon Morton, Friendly
Victor Oladipo, DeMatha
Arnold Richmond, Crossland
Marlin Robinson, Fairmont Heights
Nicho Tyson, Suitland