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Jaylen Adams

Mount St. Joseph, senior, guard

•Three-year starter averaged 15 points, four assists and three rebounds per game to help the No. 2 Gaels (34-5) capture the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference and Baltimore Catholic League championships

•Named All-MIAA, BCL first-team and to All-BCL tournament team

•Scored career-high 28 points in BCL semifinal win over St. Frances

•Scored 70 points in three games at Alhambra Catholic Invitational

Timmy Bond

City, senior, guard

•Three-year starter and All-Metro second-team pick last season averaged 12 points, seven rebounds and six assists per game to help lead No. 1 City (27-0) to Class 3A crown

•Versatile player at 6-foot-5 also averaged six steals and three blocked shots per game

•Had 21 points, 10 assists, seven rebounds in regular-season win over Lake Clifton

•Scored game-high 16 points in state title win against Westlake

Juan Brown

Annapolis, senior, guard

•Averaged 23.3 points and 3.2 assists per game to lead the No. 11 Panthers (18-9) to Class 4A state semifinals

•Scored 90 points in four road wins to help win East region, including 22 against three-time defending region champion North Point

•Reached double figures in every game this season, scoring 20 or more in 19 and 30-plus in five

•Three-year varsity player and captain finished with 1,156 career points, seventh on the program's all-time list

Jerell Cooke

Randallstown, senior, guard

•Three-year varsity player averaged Baltimore County-high 22.3 points per game, finished with 1,062 career points

•Named co-Baltimore County Player of the Year by coaches after leading the No. 8 Rams (22-4) to county title

•Also averaged 5.7 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 3.1 steals per game

•Scored 26 points in the Baltimore County title game win over New Town

Drew Edwards

Calvert Hall, junior,

forward/guard

•Three-year varsity player led No. 3 Cardinals (29-8) in scoring with 15 points per game

•Named All-MIAA, BCL first-team and All-BCL tournament team

•Scored career-high 35 points in a win against Benedictine (Va.), finished with 21 in BCL title game loss to Mount St. Joseph

•After scoring 497 points this season, needs 37 to reach 1,000 for career

Omari George

City, senior, forward

•All-Metro second-team guard last year adjusted well to forward, averaging team-high 17 points and eight rebounds per game

•Finished with 15 points, 15 rebounds in state title win over Westlake after 23 points, 12 rebounds in semifinal win over Urbana

•Finished with team-high 12 points, seven rebounds in Baltimore City title game win over Lake Clifton on 18th birthday

•Still undecided on college; closed out varsity career with over 1,200 points

Justin Jenifer

Milford Mill, junior, guard

•Flashy point guard averaged 17.3 points, 12 assists and five rebounds per game to lead No. 6 Millers (18-6) to Class 3A state semifinals

•All-Metro second-team pick last year, named co-Baltimore County Player of Year this season

•Reached double figures in every game this season, finishing with 12 doubledoubles

•Heavily recruited by high-major programs, he scored team-high 23 points in semifinal loss to Westlake

Dwayne Morgan

St. Frances, senior,

forward

•All-MIAA and BCL first-team member averaged 17 points and nine rebounds per game for No. 9 Panthers (15-13)

•Versatile inside-outside game led to 14 doubledoubles this season

•Had 27-point, 16-rebound performance in MIAA A Conference playoff win against Mount Carmel

•Ranked No. 38 nationally in 2014 ESPN 100 recruiting rankings; signed to play at UNLV

Kamau Stokes

City, senior, guard

•An All-Metro second-team selection last season at Dunbar, he averaged 15 points, seven assists and four rebounds per game to help No. 1 City claim the Class 3A state crown.

•Scored 13 points in 59-48 state title win over Westlake

•Won MIAA A Conference title at John Carroll before capturing state crowns at Dunbar and City

•Committed orally to Toledo days after winning state title

 

Teams selected by Glenn Graham after consultation with Baltimore Sun staff and area coaches.

Teams selected by Glenn Graham after consultation with Baltimore Sun staff and area coaches.

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