Posted On: 09/10/18 5:00 PM
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.
CAMERON BROWN | ELEANOR ROOSEVELT ’19
It will probably be difficult for ER’s opponents to hone in on any individuals given their balance and level of talent, and this is great news for Cameron Brown. A strong, 6-foot-6 wing who has become a consistent three-point shooter, Brown will be a go-to option for the Raiders throughout the season, and should be in for some big games.
HUNTER DICKINSON | DEMATHA ’20
Hunter Dickinson will command double and triple teams most times while in possession, but this won’t stop him from getting his. The 7-foot southpaw post technician, who was named First Team All-WCAC last year, should go for at least 20 and 10 each night.
AYAN TEEL | BISHOP O’CONNELL ’19
Ayan Teel will be handed the keys to the Knights offense this season, and we expect him to not only distribute and create for others, but to score it consistently throughout the year. Expect Teel to be among the area’s leaders in made three-point field goals.
QUDUS WAHAB | FLINT HILL
Qudus Wahab is another dominant post prospect who should command double and triple teams on a nightly basis, but this shouldn’t prevent him from converting with efficiency and regularity. Wahab averaged 24 PPG at Capitol Hoops Summer League, shooting 69% from the field. He has added strength, experience, and has clearly been playing with a chip on his shoulder.
TERRANCE WILLIAMS | GONZAGA ’20
Terrance Williams has done nothing but produce since he arrived at Gonzaga. The skilled 6-foot-7 forward is a mis-match problem because of his size, strength, and ability to stretch the floor with consistency. Williams will likely carry a major offensive role this season, and should live up to the bill.