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Posted On: 04/2/18 11:28 AM
As the high school season is now officially in our rear view mirror, it’s time to take a look back at what we learned over the last four months. Here we highlight five seniors who closed out their high school career strongly, but continue to go-under-the-radar.
DEE BARNES | GREAT MILLS (MD)
Demetrius Barnes was a top-15 scorer in the DC Metro Area. The 6-foot-3 guard, who averaged over 21 points per game, is a good athlete who can score from all over the court.
AMARI COOPER | WAKEFIELD (VA)
Amari Cooper has seen his role steadily grow in his time at Wakefield, and this year he showcased the total package en route to the Warriors’ first state title appearance under Head Coach Tony Bentley. The atheltic 6-foot-5 wing, who made the game look easy at times, was the heart and soul of his team.
HENRY OKOYE | TUSCARORA (VA)
If you need a strong big that works hard and is aggressive on the glass, take a look at Henry Okoye. The robustly built 6-foot-7 forward was a forceful paint presence this season for Tusky.
XAVIER REAVES | PAINT BRANCH (MD)
Xavier Reaves played a key role on a loaded Paint Branch team this season. The long and athletic 6-foot-5 forward is a human highlight reel.
IBN WILLIAMS | BISHOP MCNAMARA (MD)
Ibn Williams had some nice moments for McNamara this season. The unsigned senior floor general is skilled and can stretch the floor with some consistency.