"It's kind of like we're all trash-talking, but it's fun seeing where everyone went," English said. "In Baltimore, it's whoever wins gets the most range. So it was me and [Pittsburgh shooting guard] Jermaine Dixon. Everyone else couldn't say too much except for that they're going to do better than us next year. But [former Calvert Hall standout and UMass guard] Ricky Harris beat Kansas, so that was a great feat. Kevin Palmer (Parkville), from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, he scored  on Georgia, so we were talking about that. We were all kind of exchanging stories and just playing like it was old times."The old times were especially good to English. After starting his career at Towson Catholic, English moved on to Randallstown and led the Rams to the Class 2A state championship in 2007. English, a second-team All-Metro selection, scored 17 points in Randallstown's 65-60 win over Fairmont Heights at Comcast Center.