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All-Metro Boys Basketball: First Team

Greg Brown

Archbishop Spalding, senior, guard

•Four-year varsity player led Cavaliers to a 17-15 record and their first trip to the BCL semifinals since 2004

•Averaged 18.6 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.2 steals per game

•Ended career with a game-high 29 points in a 54-49 loss to Mount St. Joseph in BCL semifinals to finish with 1,092 career points

•Still undecided on college choice

Evan Singletary

Dunbar, senior, guard

•Led Poets in scoring with 15 points a game and added averages of 3.4 assists and 3.2 rebounds

Four-year varsity player (first two at Archbishop Curley) reached double figures in points in every game this season

•Scored a game-high 19 points and added nine rebounds in the state title game

•Receiving interest from Loyola, UMBC, Samford and Stony Brook

Jourdan Stickler

Annapolis, senior, guard

 •Oak Hill Academy (Va.) transfer averaged an area-high 25.6 points plus 8.1 rebounds to lead Panthers to 19-6 season

 •Became an immediate leader as captain; scored 20 or more in 21 games

 •At 6 feet 4, could score outside (46 3-pointers) in addition to getting to the rim and the foul line — shooting 51 percent from the field and 76 percent from the line

 •Selected by Anne Arundel coaches as the county's Player of the Year; still weighing college options

Darius Walker

Edmondson, junior, guard

•Became the go-to player and leader in his second varsity season after the Red Storm graduated last year's starting five

•Inside-outside threat averaged a team-high 21 points and four assists per game

•In addition to his hassling defense, he grabbed nine rebounds per game

•Scored 27 points in Edmondson's loss to eventual state champion Lake Clifton in the Class 2A South region final

Kameron Williams

Mount St. Joseph, junior, guard

•Repeat All-Metro first-team pick was named Baltimore Catholic League Player of the Year and tournament MVP

•Developed his game this season to get to the basket; averaged a team-high 18 points

•Scored 17 points to lead the Gaels to a 52-39 come-from-behind win over John Carroll in the BCL title game

•Also averaged three rebounds, two steals and 2.5 assists per game

Jarred Jones

John Carroll, senior, forward

•All-Metro second-team selection last year makes the jump to first team after averaging 13.5 points and

6.7 rebounds

•Team captain brought strong leadership and versatile skills; averaged 2.2 steals and 1.4 blocks, and could defend every position

•Scored a game-high 15 points and added five rebounds and three blocked shots in win over Mount St. Joseph in the MIAA A Conference championship

•Signed to play at Loyola

Gavin McTavish

South Carroll, junior, forward

•One of two starters back, became the go-to player, averaging 19 points and 7.5 rebounds to lead the Cavaliers to a second straight Carroll County championship

•Athletic and versatile at 6-6, presented constant matchup problems with a complete inside-outside game

•Scored a game-high 16 points in a state semifinal loss to eventual champion Lake Clifton and has 978 career points

•Added 2.5 blocked shots, 1.5 assists and 1.2 steals per game

Isaiah Miles

Milford Mill, senior, forward

Repeat All-Metro first-team selection transferred from Glenelg Country and fit right in with the Baltimore County champions

•Fluid inside game combined with ability to shoot from the outside led to team-high 15 points per game

•Athletic and long at 6-8, controlled the inside defensively, averaging 10 rebounds and three blocks

•Signed to play at Saint Joseph's, had

14 doubledoubles in his final season

Aaron Parks

Lake Clifton, senior, forward

•Captain brought endless energy to the Class2A state champions, averaging 14 points and eight rebounds

•Scored 22 points and added 14 rebounds in the Lakers' 70-64 win over Largo in the state final

•Reached double figures in every game and also finished with eight doubledoubles

•At 6-3, was able to defend on the perimeter and down low; undecided on a college

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