Who will be the top scorers for the upcoming season in the DC Metro area? Here are a few names who could be safe bets.
Bradford averaged close to 20 points per game for the Trojans at summer league. Expect him to be a force in MoCo.
Coleman has blossomed into one of the area’s premier offensive talents. He was among the top scorers at Capitol Hoops this summer with a scoring average of 22 points per game.
Based on what we’ve seen this summer, Jones looks set for an uptick in scoring. He averaged roughly 24 points per game this summer and looks like a safe bet to repeat as an All-Met First Teamer.
Hopkins averaged roughly 17 points per game for the Pioneers this summer. He is a microwave-type scorer who we expect to have a big junior campaign.
Lewis is building quite a resume for himself. He averaged 24 points per game this summer and looks ready to assume a bigger role as a sophomore.
Mayo was a top-10 scorer at Capitol Hoops Summer League with an average of roughly 21 points per game. He is a prolific three-point shooter who is equally effective from the catch as he is off the dribble.
Perkins was one of the biggest stock risers of the summer. The Bears’ star player averaged 25 points per game and was named the MVP of Capitol Hoops Summer League. All signs are pointing to a fantastic senior season for Perkins.
Williams averaged about 18 points per game this summer and figures to be a consistent producer for the Panthers. Look for the All-MAC Performer to put up big numbers in the winter.
Venable enjoyed a strong run of play this summer. He was in the top five of both scoring and rebounding at Capitol Hoops this summer. Venable should continue to be a factor for The Heights.