Boys basketball: First team

Nick Faust

City, senior, guard


• Overcame double teams, other defensive schemes to average 22 points to go with 6.5 rebounds in leading No. 11 City to a 16-9 mark

• Team captain enjoyed seven 25-plus point games, three 30-plus point performances this season


• Pure outside shooter became more assertive getting to the basket this season

• Two-year starter after transferring from John Carroll, set to play at Maryland

Isaiah McCray

Milford Mill, senior, guard

• Captain, three-year starter was glue to back-to-back state title teams

• Versatile and consistent, averaged 10.5 points, four rebounds, 2.5 assists, two steals, 1.5 blocks while taking care of the basketball

• Led Millers to 72-9 mark — undefeated in Baltimore County — during three years as a starter

• Set to play at Colgate


Malcolm McMillan

John Carroll, senior, guard

• Co-captain could score from perimeter or explode to basket, averaging 15.6 points, 4.2 assists, 2.4 steals this season.

• Named BCL co-Player of the Year, tournament MVP, All-MIAA

• Finished his four years of varsity with 1,349 career points, 388 assists, 372 rebounds, 199 steals

• Set to play Division I ball at Central Connecticut State


Rodney Pratcher

Edmondson, senior, guard

• Four-year starter averaged 18.3 points, 9.7 assists, three steals to lead No. 8 Red Storm to 16-4 mark

• Two-year captain made smart decisions with ball, played relentless defense, led with overwhelming desire to win

• Averaged 20.6 points, 8.4 assists, 2.8 steals for his career

• Still considering a number of college options


R.J. Williams

St. Frances, senior, guard

• Four-year varsity point guard was co-BCL Player of the Year, All-MIAA pick

• Strong team leader, relentless defender averaged 18 points, seven assists this season

• Closed out career with 1,021 points, 814 assists

• Staying home to play for Loyola Greyhounds


Isaiah Miles

Glenelg Country, junior, forward

• Versatile inside-outside game produced 18.8 points, 13.4 rebounds for MIAA B Conference champions

• First-team All-MIAA B selection hit 41 3-pointers, averaged 2.75 blocked shots, one steal

• Finished with 31 points, 22 rebounds, eight blocked shots in semifinal conference win over St. Vincent Pallotti

• Weighing a number of D-I college offers


Devante Wallace

Dunbar, senior, forward

• Dominating performance in Class 1A state title game, finishing with 23 points, 10 rebounds, three assists, four steals in Poets' win over Williamsport

• Finished season averaging 17.5 points, five rebounds, two assists — recording double doubles in last three playoff wins

• Mismatch nightmare (6-5 power forward) with ability to score from perimeter or take bigger players off dribble

• Undecided, with a number of D-I schools showing interest


Greg Whittington

Oakland Mills, senior, forward

• Could dominate inside, outside at 6 feet 9, averaging 23.5 points, 11 rebounds to lead No. 7 Scorpions (25-1) to Howard, District V championships

• Four-year starter also averaged 4.4 blocks, three steals, 2.7 assists in addition to shooting 40 percent from 3-point land

• Recorded triple double in a win against Howard County-rival Atholton with 24 points, 15 rebounds, 11 blocked shots

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• Recently committed to play at Georgetown


Greg Lewis

St. Frances, senior, center

• All-MIAA, first-team BCL selection averaged 17 points, eight rebounds

• Dominating inside play led to 12 double doubles this season

• Finished four-year career with 1,173 points, 869 boards

• Headed to Rutgers to play in the Big East