Led the Raiders to their highest win total in school history (27) and fourth straight trip to the state tournament, the longest active streak in the county.
The Player of the Year finished as the Capital Beltway tournament MVP in leading the Crusaders to the inaugural conference championship.
The best player on the best team in the county, Alexander led his Raiders to their first state title since 2002.
Princeton Day Academy
The Crimestopper averaged an area-high 27.6 points per game and was voted Capital Beltway league MVP.
A first team All-WCAC selection, averaged 18.1 points per game and will be playing for Siena next year.
Led the Wolverines in scoring and has garnered offers from Maryland, Cincinnati, Georgetown, and N.C. State among others.
BeeJay Anya, DeMatha, Senior
Randall Broddie, Potomac, Freshman
Michael Cunningham, DuVal, Junior
Isaac Fleming, National Christian, Senior
Chinanu Onuaku, Riverdale Baptist, Junior
Aaron Brown, Laurel; Abdulai Bundu, Largo; Khary Doby, Riverdale Baptist; Charles Ekeanyanwu, DuVal; Olyadoyin Fadojutimi, High Point; Tiwian Kendley, Eleanor Roosevelt; Jairus Lyles, DeMatha; Jerron Martin, Princeton Day; Emmanuel Matey, Eleanor Roosevelt; Marquis Roberson, Surrattsville; Micah Till, Henry A. Wise; Anton Waters, Princeton Day.