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Weekend Wrap: Notes on Dion Wiley, Phil Booth, football All-Metro players

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Maryland shooting guard target Dion Wiley had a huge game Saturday at the National Hoops Festival at DeMatha.

The four-star junior scored 26 points, grabbed eight rebounds, and added two assists and two steals in Potomac's win over St. John's (D.C.). Rivals.com's Eric Bossi wrote that Wiley "has one of the quickest triggers in the class of 2014."

At times the four-star wing's ball handling is a little shaky, and he has to develop more of a midrange game, but there's no question he's a high-major scorer. Wiley said Georgetown, Virginia and Maryland are making the most early noise with his recruitment, while others including Virginia Tech and Miami are in the hunt.

** Maryland junior guard target Phil Booth scored 15 points to lead Mount St. Joseph to a 59-55 win over Sidwell Friends in the championship game of the Gonzaga Classic.

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** Two Maryland commitments were selected to The Sun's first-team All-Metro offense: Broadneck kicker Adam Greene and Gilman quarterback Shane Cockerille.

Ran for 1,305 yards, 15 touchdowns and threw for 1,106 yards, seven touchdowns

Three Terps recruits earned second-team All-Metro honors on defense: Dunbar defensive lineman Malik Jones, Wilde Lake defensive lineman Moise Larose and Catonsville defensive back DeAndre' Lane. Larose and Lane will likely play offense in college.

 

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