Posted On: 09/8/18 11:00 AM
In anticipation of the upcoming high school season, we will be taking a closer look at various teams and players throughout Maryland, DC, and Virginia. In this edition we anticipate the top scorers in the DC Metro Area.
CANIN REYNOLDS | LANDON ’20
Canin Reynolds was one of the top all-around performers at Capitol Hoops Summer League in terms of statistics, and you can’t ignore his 23.0 point-per-game average. The skilled point guard plays at a break-neck pace, can shoot with almost unlimited range, and is fearless around the basket.
— Adam Ayalew (@AyalewAdam) August 30, 2018
ISAIAH GROSS | ELEANOR ROOSEVELT ’19
Isaiah Gross has been on an absolute tear lately, especially these last six months or so. The energetic and aggressive 6-foot-4 wing has improved in all facets of his overall game, and he showed that he can put the ball in the hole consistently this summer both with his high school and AAU team.
JAKAI ROBINSON | NATINAL CHRISTIAN ’21
Jakai Robinson averaged nearly 20 points per game during his freshman year in which he was named first team all conference. For us to think that he would do anything less this season would be foolish.
— Adam Ayalew (@AyalewAdam) July 21, 2018
SAMUEL TABE | HIGH POINT ’19
Samuel Tabe was an underrated piece on a very good District 17U team this season, but he is quite dominant with for high school team. Tabe averaged 19 points per game last year, and we expect him to put up similar numbers.
6'4 CG Samuel Tabe Of High Point HS has continued to improve with the 17U Squad. He is a strong and athletic guard that excels in the open court and slashing to the rim . Scrappy full court defender! We Expect him to have a very impactful summer! #Name2Know pic.twitter.com/nRw3910Hvj
— DBCNATION (@DBC_NATION) May 12, 2018
CHARLIE WEBER | BISHOP O’CONNELL ’19
Charlie Weber is one of the best mid-range shooters you will find in the DMV, and that’s regardless of position. He can knock down threes with some consistency at 6-foot-8, and we believe he will have plenty of opportunities to put the ball in the basket this season.
— Hoop Group (@TheHoopGroup) May 3, 2018