The Baltimore Sun's Top 15 boys basketball preseason poll [Pictures]
[Poll compiled after consultation with area coaches; outlook by Glenn Graham]
Team-by-team breakdown of the area's top high school boys basketball programs heading into the season.
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15. Glenelg Country( Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun / December 20, 2011 )
Coach: Kevin Quinlan, pictured
Last season: 19-14, unranked
Postseason: MIAA A Conference semifinals
Outlook: In its first season in the MIAA A Conference, Glenelg Country showed it belonged last season. With talented and experienced guards Warren Powers and Kevin Boyd leading the way, the Dragons are poised to take another step this season. Newcomer Boris Rajovic, a 6-foot-9 forward, provides an inside presence.
Others considered: Annapolis (19-6, unranked), Centennial (18-6, No. 14), Digital Harbor (12-7, unranked), Edgewood (20-4, unranked), Forest Park (18-4, No. 13), Gilman (21-6, No. 15), McDonogh (16-13, unranked), New Town (20-7, unranked), Oakland Mills (8-15, unranked), Patterson (21-7, No. 2)