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2019 DMVelite Super Team Showcase Notebook

By Marcus Helton, 07/12/19, 7:00AM EDT


This year's teams got in good prep work for the July live period.

UPPER MARLBORO, MD - This year’s DMVelite Super Team Showcase had a bit of a different feel, with the event being moved from the spring to July to help teams prepare for the first July live period.

As always, though, the event attracted top teams and talent. Many were coming off an extended break, and the Super Team Showcase served as their first taste of competition in nearly a month before the hit the road. 

Here’s a look at a few of the weekend’s standouts at Wise High School:


A 2021 wing, Cornish posed 12 points per game in contests against DC Premier UAA and Team Loaded DC as Melo prepared for its trip to the Peach Jam Invitational Tournament in Augusta, Ga.

“It was good,” he said. “We’re missing a couple of pieces right now - we’re missing a lot of bigs and we were just running straight guards and running fast. Whoever gets the rebound can just push it since we’re all guards, so we just played faster. It was good to get back to work.”

The weekend was my first time seeing Cornish since his transfer from Dulaney (Md.) to Legacy Early College (SC) - a move which he feels will help him at the next level.

“I feel like going there will help me prepare for college,” he said. “Like, I feel at the D-I level a lot of people can get offers or go D-I and all that, but when you’re there, I want to make an impact my first year.”

Cornish has the tools to do so. He said he’s grown two inches since the high school season to 6-foot-6 and is also up to 185 pounds, and said he can actually feel the difference in his game.

“I think my shot’s really come a long way,’ he said. “I used to be able to get to the hoop a lot because I was longer than a lot of the players that were guarding me. But now I feel like I’ve got the shot so it’s hard to guard me because if they’re backing up on me I can just pull the shot, and if they’re all up on me I can get buy them because I’m taller and quicker. I feel like I’ve been working on my legs a lot and getting stronger in my arms, so I feel like using my body is, like, a bigger part of my game now.”

The younger brother of former Calvert Hall/Dulaney standout and current Southern Utah guard Josh Cornish, Ike picked up his most recent offer from UMass three weeks. He also holds offers from Boise State,  Bryant, George Washington, Loyola, Old Dominion, Southern Utah, Stony Brook and Towson.

“I feel like we’ve just got to go in and play hard since we didn’t get invited to the Peach Jam,” he said of this weekend. “We had a good record, though, we weren’t like, a losing type of team - we only lost about 4 games and won about 8 - but we just didn’t make it. But we want to play hard and try to win the Peach Jam Invitational.”


The John Carroll (Md.) 2021 guard drained one of the weekend’s best shots, hitting a floater at the buzzer to lift Melo to a 68-67 win over Team Loaded DC.

“The guy missed a free throw, but before the free throw my teammate told me, ‘J, if he misses it, just run,’” Bryant said. “And he missed it and I ran down the floor and he saw me, and I had enough time on the clock to ball fake and I took a dribble and shot the little floater.”

The bucket gave Bryant a game-high 21 points, and helped close out a back and forth contest that saw the lead change heads several times in the final minute.

“This is our first game since the last week of May,” Bryant said. “We still had to jell a little bit because we came from playing with our high schools and we have different roles there and different roles here, so it’s just all about finding the role we play here and executing.”

The 5-foot-10, 160 pound Bryant said scoring is one of his strengths, but said he wants to work on his consistency and taking smarter shots. Bryant has stepped into a leadership role early in his career due to John Carroll’s youth.

“It was big for me because I had to be a leader on the team only being a sophomore and starting three freshmen,” he said. “So I had to mature a lot throughout the season, and then just had to work hard. Even though it wasn’t the season we liked, we still had to stay confident and believe we could win every game.”


The 6-foot-6, 180 pound Clark impressed with his smooth offensive game and defensive versatility.

He posted a team-high 18 points in a 68-67 loss to Team Melo, including what looked like it was going to be the winning 3-pointer before Team Melo’s Jalen Bryant countered two possessions later.

“That’s what I’ve been working on, and it’s starting to pay off,” Clark said of his jumper.

The Gonzaga (DC) 2022 wing said playing on the varsity as a freshman this past season gave him valuable experience.

“It helped me a lot,” he said, “because I was working with guys like [Myles] Stute and T-Will [Terrance Williams] and they were really making me better each practice. Going against those really talented players helped me a lot.”

Clark said he considered his ability to get to the rim and finish to be his biggest strength, adding he wants to get better at spacing the floor with his jumper.

“It’s going pretty well,” he said of his development. “I’ve made some improvements, so that’s really what I’ve been looking to do; just improve upon my game.”


The 2021 forward posted 25 points in a 71-68 win over Team Melo, continuing his recent stretch of impressive play. Williamson was one of the standouts of the recent DMV Live sessions at DeMatha with his Rock Creek Christian (Md.) squad.

“One thing I can say is my confidence went up, so I’m playing a lot better,” he said. “Me being in the gym also, and just working on my skill set and working on different things. Working on my athleticism, too. It just comes from confidence and being in the gym.”

Williamson moved to the area from West Catholic (Pa.) and started out at Wilson (DC), but transferred to Rock Creek in December. Despite finishing out the season with the Eagles, he said it took until recently for things to finally start clicking.

“I wasn’t comfortable during the season,” he said. “Especially with the guards - no offense to our guards, but I didn’t know where I fit in at. So now, I see where I fit in and I see what I can do.”

The 6-foot-7 Williamson has also helped himself by getting into better shape; he said he was 260 pounds when he moved from Pennsylvania, but is now down to 235. He’s noticeably slimmer and quicker up and down on the floor, while his strength and size continue to give him a matchup advantage on the boards.

“It’s just working out, eating right and Ms. Gina [Wilson] - the people I’m staying with - Coach Tony is just always on my back about what I’m eating. It’s been working, so why not stick with it?”


Lilly has put up big scoring numbers at Landon (Md.) throughout his career, but gets a chance to show a little more of his all-around game while playing with Premier. The 2021 guard displayed his overall skill set while notching 11 points in a win over Team Melo.

“I would say I can play make I can make shots and shoot the ball. I can score if I need to, but I can handle the ball, run an offense and be a point guard if they need me to.”

The 5-foot-11, 155 Lilly picked up scholarship offers from Bryant and Stony Brook after a strong June, and also said he’s heard from Ivy League schools such as Brown and Yale. He’s also a football standout - he’s Landon’s starting quarterback - but said he’s able to effectively focus on one sport at a time.

“The school, they know where I’m at, they know what I want to do and that I’m getting interest from colleges,” he said, “so they’ll let me play basketball while football season’s going on, and I’ll just hop back in.”


The highly-touted 2022 wing from IMG Academy (FL) looked as good as advertised, showing an impressive blend of size, athleticism and versatility in Thrill’s two victories.

The 6-foot-6, 220 pounder said it was good to be back on the court with his Thrill teammates, who hadn’t played together in over a month.

“Yeah definitely, [this event was good] just so we could regroup and get back to playing together before Atlanta,” he said. “It felt great; we’ve still got some things to work on but besides that we looked good out there. We have a really athletic team, we move the ball well and knock down shots. We have a good chance.”

Walker currently holds scholarship offers from Florida, Howard, Kansas State, LSU and Virginia Tech. His full offensive skill set was on display in a 15-point performance against Team Silk, as he found teammates for open looks, threw down a nasty two-hand dunk and also knocked down a pair of 3-pointers. He had 9 points against District WAWG.

“Strengths for me are definitely passing, making the right decisions and knocking down shots,” he said. “And being a good defender as well, too. I can definitely work on defense and always perfect my shot, and my ball handling could use some work.”

During the school year, Walker averaged 7 points and 4 rebounds per game as the Sixth Man for IMG, which won the GEICO High School National Championship in April. He said being able to play a key role on such a high-level team so early in his career has aided his development.

“Confidence-wise, it definitely helped,” he said, “because I’ve been in basically every predicament down there. So it’s definitely helped my bring my game to this team here.”

With IMG graduating several top players, Walker is ready to assume more responsibility next year.

“I mean, just stay in the gym for real and try to get a bigger role on the team this year,” he said of his goals. “I’m a sophomore now, so my coach expects me to take a bigger role on the team.”


The Bishop Walsh (Md.) 2021 guard has been a varsity starter since he hit high school, so he looked right at home playing up with the older talent on Team Thrill.

“It’s been going pretty great,” he said. “I mean, switching and playing up 17U with Team Thrill, I think it’s a good opportunity for me, because it prepares me just to stay aggressive and play my point guard position, especially leading into the high school season - I’m looking to do something big.”

The 6-foot-2, 185-pound Miller is the consummate floor general, and has good size, vision and anticipation. He plays under control and doesn’t let defenders dictate his pace or make him uncomfortable.

“I’ve been working on my shooting a lot and I showed it this game - I don’t think I missed a 3, and I got to the basket,” he said. “I missed one free throw - could have made that. And being a leader [is a strength]; especially defensively and trying to move the ball and get that rotation and that extra one pass that makes a team better.”

Miller credited his early high school success - first at St. James and now Bishop Walsh - with putting him in position to develop quickly.

“[It’s helped] So much,” he said. “Especially every year I’ve played Oak Hill and played well in all my games, and it teaches me to stay humble and try to get to that level where I can be the most dominant on the floor at all times.”


Coming off of a breakout junior season and Maryland state championship at Lake Clifton, the 2020 guard had a big spring for Thrill and picked up his first Division I offer from UMass-Lowell back in April.

He’s been steady ever since, although he admitted the grind hasn’t always been easy - and required a little tough love. 

“It’s been hard,” he said. “My father keeps pushing me to work out every day in the morning. I’ll by trying to go to sleep and he’ll come in my room and knock on it real hard; I’ll act like I’m asleep and he’ll come in and put the covers over top of my head and lay on me until I get up. It’s crazy.”

A two-sport standout, Gray also plays quarterback, kick returner, and a variety of other positions - “Wherever they need me at,” he said -  on the Lake Clifton football team, and has Division I interest on the gridiron as well.

That football toughness is evident on the basketball court. He’s strong and relentless on both ends, and doesn’t shy away from contact. He averaged 12.5 points in two games at Wise.  

“Defense [is my strength],” he said. “I’ve got to do more talking and help my team get back together when we’re down and keep our heads up so we can get the plays right.”


Peterson posted a team-high 17 points in the Cavs’ lone game - a 65-57 win over Metro All-Stars - displaying a nice shooting touch, footwork and good vision passing out of the post.

“I think I’ve done pretty well,” he said of his travel ball season. “I think I’ve gotten better at being more confident in my shot and, like, my ability to score the ball.”

The 6-foot-7 2020 forward had a breakout year at Hayfield (Va.), averaging 14 points and 10 rebounds per game while earning 1st Team All-District and 2nd Team All-Region honors.

“It was pretty important because my sophomore year, I didn’t have to score the ball that much because we had seniors that did that,” Peterson said. “But as a junior I had to have the ball in my hands more and they relied on me a little bit more.”

Following the graduation of star guard Mike Joiner, the Hawks will be relying on Peterson even more, but he said he’s up to the challenge.

“It probably won’t phase me that much, ’cause I love basketball so it’ll be fine,” he said. “It’ll just be new to me.”

Peterson has been receiving a lot of attention from Division III schools, including Christopher Newport (Va.), Gettysburg (Pa.), Roanoke (Va.), and Virginia Wesleyan.


The 6-foot-3, 170-pound Chesley has developed a well-earned reputation as one of the area’s best perimeter defenders, and that ability was on display at Wise. He moves his feet very well, uses his long arms to disrupt passing lanes and stays disciplined on ball fakes. In short, the St. Charles (Md.) 2020 does everything to make life difficult for ball handlers.

“Growing up, all my AAU teams preached defense,” he said, “and that’s just something I began to love playing. … I feel like my defense is a big strength of my game; I feel like I can check anybody in front of me.”

On the offensive end Chesley said he wants to work on his jumpshot and his finishing, and he did a good job of the latter at Wise. He’ll need to step up his offensive production at St. Charles following the graduation of wing Anthony Bowman and the transfer of 2020 wing Darius Miles to Massanutten Military Academy (Va.).

In the meantime, Chesley is focused on helping 6th Man finish the final month of the travel season strong.

“I’m feeling good,” he said. “We just need to play hard, keep pushing and just keep doing what we’re doing and we’ll be good. I feel like the summer’s been going good. I’m getting a lot of exposure, a lot of good looks, and talking to a lot of good people.”


The Westlake (Md.) 2020 standout committed to Loyola (Md.) after a visit in June, making the Super Team Showcase his first travel ball appearance since wrapping up his recruitment.

“It felt like home,” he said of Loyola. “I just had to keep working and other schools were saying good things, but I felt Loyola was a better place for me. I just thought it was a fit for me, and I was ready to do it.”

Although he initially hadn’t planned to commit early, Tweedy said doing so has relieved a lot of stress.

“I feel like I can just play and just have fun,” he said. “If I didn’t commit, I would just be thinking about how I am I going to get one, and how am I going to keep playing to get one. So now I’m just working hard to keep playing and have fun.”

Tweedy looked good for 6th Man at Wise, posting 14.3 points per game while showcasing his versatility. At 6-foot-6, 210 pounds he’s big enough to score down low and defend opposing bigs, but also nimble enough to take defenders off the dribble, and his jumper is improving. Tweedy’s best game came in a 20-point outing in a 77-67 loss to Team Thrill UAA. 

With his recruitment out of the way, Tweedy is focused on closing out the summer strong and preparing for what he hopes is an eventful high school campaign.

“Senior year, I’m planning on hopefully going to Comcast if we work enough, and just push each other in practice and become better as a team,” he said. “Just become an even better family, for real - forget the Xfinity, just become an even better family and that’s how we’ll get far.”


The Paul VI (Va.) 2020 standout enjoyed a strong high school live period, picking up scholarship offers from Buffalo, East Tennessee State, Hofstra, Manhattan and Rider. (Among his pre-existing offers are Bryant, George Mason, George Washington, Mount St. Mary’s and Old Dominion.)

It’s easy to see what coaches like, as the 6-foot-4 Freeman continues to get more confident and efficient on the offensive end. He starred in a 71-58 win over Team Thrill UAA, posting 23 points and hitting three 3-pointers.


An unsigned 2019 guard from DuVal (Md.), Telli impressed with his toughness and tenacity, posing 16 points against Southern Maryland All-Stars and 14 against NoVa Cavaliers.

The 6-foot, 197-pound Telli had a breakout final season at DuVal, emerging as a playmaking combo guard for the Tigers.  

“Senior year was actually the most important year that I’ve ever had,” he said. “ I wasn’t really on nobody’s radar at first, and 12th grade year I came in and my coach told me to run point guard and I ran point guard well and executed it and my recruitment started to boost. So, that was pretty important.”

Telli is still hoping to attract some more attention this live period, but said he’s mainly been in touch with NAIA programs, most notable Ohio Christian University. He and Metro All-Stars will be at Elevate Hoops in Philadelphia this weekend.


The Eleanor Roosevelt (Md.) 2020 guard was on fire from deep Saturday, hitting 10 across two games. He hit six in a 23-point performance against Nova Cavaliers and followed with 4 while scoring 16 points in a loss to Southern Maryland All-Stars.

Simon impressed on the big stage during the high school season, with his perimeter shooting a key in Roosevelt’s Maryland 4A state title victory.

“It was an opportunity, just, like, to get my confidence up,” Simon said. “I’d been a little on a slump, but Coach [Brendan O’Connell] got me through it. It feels great. Isaiah [Gross], Cam [Brown], they just pushed me in practice and made me work hard and stuff, so I’m feeling great for the [upcoming] season.”

Simon said shooting has always been a strength of his - “Just find an open spot, and shoot the ball,” he said of his approach -  and added that he’d like to improve his ball handling and left hand finishing.

Simon is still awaiting his first offer, but is confident he’ll get a program to reach out. 

“It’s been good,” he said of his recruitment. “It’s an opportunity to get college coaches to look at me and stuff; my time is going to come.”


The Georgetown Day (DC) 2020 center was active and productive in a Saturday morning game against Southern Maryland Heat, posting 20 points in a 68-43 victory.

“[My strengths are] Probably my blocking shots, and recently I’ve been working on taking the ball up the court and more dribbling,” he said. “And running to the basket; like, today that’s how I had most of my points, just in transition and running court to court.”

The son of 7-foot-7 ½ former NBA player Gheorge Muresan - who coaches his 6th Man team -  Victor Muresan is 6-foot-10, 185 pounds and plays with good energy. He’s looking forward to putting together a breakout senior season at Georgetown Day under new coach Carl Parker, who took the job this summer.

“It’s been going good,” Muresan said of the coaching transition. “At first it was a little rough, but now we’re really picking up and we’re really listening to the coach and that’s good. I think we’re all starting to buy into his philosophies and ideas of basketball.”


Standing just 5-foot-5, the South County (Va.) 2020 made his presence felt in a 68-43 win over  Southern Maryland Heat, posting 13 points and hitting three 3-pointers.

That effort came despite being initially targeted on the defensive end - a scenario Walker said he’s grown used to.

“Yes I think they do [underestimate me],” he said. “They talk a lot, so I just *raises index finger to lips* shhhh, you know?”

Walker does a good job of playing to his strengths, using his quickness to disrupt passing lanes and keep opposing ball handlers uncomfortable. 

“For a person like me, you know, I’m short so I have to play hard and play defense, communicate and talk. I just do my part and I’ll be good. Shoot, I pass, I’m vocal, I play defense - just do the small things.”


A nice playmaker and finisher, the Maret (DC) 2020 guard can get hot from the field in a hurry, and finished with 13 points in a 68-43 win over Southern Maryland Heat on Saturday morning.

Williams said he’s enjoyed a strong summer with Maret, and said he especially enjoyed taking part in the DC Live and Philly Live high school evaluation period events.

“That was actually very well-planned. We had one location in Philly at Thomas Jefferson University, I played well at that one as well as the one in DC. I got some interest from Drexel, so that was pretty good for me.”

The 6-foot-1, 170-pound Williams said his recruitment current spans from the low-Division I to Division 3 range.


A 6-foot-9, 200-pound forward from Broadneck (Md.) looked good in a 70-55 win over Pure Game Elite, scoring 13 points and showing a soft touch and nice footwork.

“I think [my strength] is getting it inside, and once that works a few times, then all the shooters know that they can move around and I’ll pass it right back out to them and they’ll get open shots. So that works well.”

Vican was a key part of Broadneck’s run to the Maryland 4A state title game last year, enjoying a breakout campaign.

“Like halfway through the season, that’s when I felt that I was at my best and I was scoring the most,” he said. “And then just sailed through the season from there and it felt like we were just doing so well as a team.”

Vican said he’s heard from American and New Hampshire and wants to improve his ball handling to further improve his stock.

“For like, maybe the first couple of minutes, but we’ve been in the gym practicing and we’ve been going hard for the past couple of days. It almost felt normal coming back and it felt good to get all the jitters out.”


A 6-foot-1, 150-pound guard from Bishop O’Connell (Va.), Lewis helped Premier to a 1-1 split over the weekend heading into the Under Armour event in Atlanta.

“I feel good, he said. “We’re playing good defense - team defense - and we’re moving the ball a lot better than we were at the beginning [of the travel season].”

Lewis posted a game-high 18 points in a lopsided win over Maryland Movement, and added 11 in a 55-44 loss to Team Melo.

Lewis already holds an offer from James Madison, and will look to boost his stock and expand his role at O’Connell next season behind star guards Marcus Dockery and Brayon Freeman.

“I try to just help the team win; it doesn’t really matter about my role,” he said. “I’m just trying to help the team win.”
Lewis sees the floor well and shot effectively off the pull-up. He defended well, but said that’s an area he’d definitely like to improve.

“Probably pressing up on people and like, guarding full court, because sometimes I’ll get beat too easily,” he said. “And knowing when to slow the game down and not always go full speed.”


The Georgetown Day (DC) 2021 guard made his Team Thrill debut at the Super Team Showcase and fit right in, posting 14 points in an easy opening win over Maryland 3D.

“It’s a good team and fun to play with,” he said.

Rayford picked up an offer from Old Dominion during the high school live period, and said he’s also picked up interest from Holy Cross and Mount St. Mary’s. At 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds he has good size on the perimeter, and is strong going to the basket.

“I’m an off-the-dribble scorer, so I think I’m good at getting to my mid-range, and that’s probably my strength - my mid-range. And then getting to the basket. And then something I need to work on is being a more consistent 3-point shooter.”


The 6-foot-11, 225-pound Hutchins-Everett took control in an 85-71 win over 6th Man Warriors, taking advantage of his size mismatch to score 20 points - and also stepping out to hit a 3.

“The strength of my game is down in the post - I can be very effective,” he said. “Outside, I feel like if people give me a little too much space I can shoot it off the bat automatically. But I feel unstoppable when I get down in the paint.”

A 2020 center from Immaculate Conception (NJ), it has been reported that Hutchins-Everett may enter the class of 2021 at Miller School (Va.) or just stay in the 2020 class.

“I’m trying to improve more on my handles,” he said, “and I’m trying to improve on getting more athletic because nowadays people are jumping higher than me and it’s harder to get rebounds, so I’m trying to get more athletic.”

Hutchins-Everett’s current list of scholarship offers includes Miami, Minnesota, Penn State, Rutgers, Seton Hall, Syracuse and Villanova, and he listed strong interest from several others.

“It’s looking good,” he said of his recruitment. “Pitt’s always talking to me and Penn State wants me to come in for a visit, and I’ve got to figure that out and see what time I can come in. Indiana’s always keeping in touch wit me, Seton Hall, St. Louis and other schools.”


Brickus has a well-deserved reputation as a scorer - he averaged 28 points per game at Coatesville (Pa.) High last season and had 52 in a state playoff game - but there are other aspects of his game that he feels he’s strong in as well.

“My strength is my defense and making my teammates around me better, and my dribble pull-up,” he said. “I want to work on creating space getting off 3’s and all that. And I can finish around the rim, but, like, [better with my] left hand, for real.”

The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Brickus looked comfortable setting up teammates in a win over 6th Man while nothing 12 points. He was pleased with how his team looked in their final tune-up before heading back to the Under Armour Circuit.

“It felt great coming back together and playing as a team,” he said, “because we all know how each other plays so when we bond and get up and down, we’ve just got a connection with each other. It feels great so we know where we stand at heading into the finals.”

From a recruitment standpoint, Brickus holds offers from Bryant, Drexel, La Salle, Richmond, Rider, Siena and Towson.

“My summer’s been going great,” he said. “I’ve been getting a lot of looks and coaches calling and stuff every day. It’s going good. Most recently it was Penn State; Richmond’s recruiting me the hardest right now, though.”


The Glenelg Country (Md.) 2020 wing was one of the weekend’s most consistent scorers in three games for the Disciples. He went for 17 points in wins over 6th Man Warriors and Team Thrill Black, and had 16 in a 61-42 win over Crusader Nation.

“I’m still working on my shot,” he said, “but mid-range and attacking the basket [are my strengths].”

The 6-foot-3, 190-pound Robinson enjoyed a solid live period with Glenelg Country, and is hoping to further boost his stock at the Adidas Super Showcase in Alabama this week.

“I’ve gotten a couple of looks from a couple of D-3 schools and everything’s going well,” he said. “I’m just trying to keep working and just trying to get better for the season and get more looks and more interest from higher schools and everything.”


Myles Anderson, FBCG 17U
KJ Barbour, Southern Maryland Heat 17U
Noel Brown, District WAWG 17U
Niyon Carroll, Crusader Nation 17U
Malik Carson, 6th Man Warriors 17U
Dominick Carrington, Team Thrill Black 17U
Jared Clawson, Pure Game Elite 17U
Daeshawn Eaton, Crusader Nation 17U
Rasheed Cooley, Southern Maryland All-Stars 17U
TJ Gadsden, 6th Man Warriors 17U
Rodriguez Gayle, Jr., We R1 UAA 17U
Gary Grant, Southern Maryland All-Stars 17U
Stanley Harley, Southern Maryland All-Stars 17U
Justin Hendricks, Maryland 3D White 17U
DJ Hopkins, Maryland 3D White 17U
AJ James, District WAWG 17U
Caleb Johnson, Team Thrill Black 17U
Taimon Jones, FBCG 17U
Daniel Mbangue, Nova Cavs 17U
Jack McGaha, Maryland 3D Red 17U
Omar McGann, Southern Maryland All-Stars 17U
Mike Parme, Maryland 3D White 17U
Quadir Pettaway, District WAWG 17U
Quintin Southall, Pure Game Elite 17U
Elijah Rantin, Team Thrill Black 17U 
Will Thomas, Team Thrill UAA 17U
Jamal West, Team Thrill UAA 17U

Angelo Brizzi, Team BBC 16U
Car’ron Brown, FBCG 16U
Darius Davis, Team Loaded DC 16U
Hayden Draper, Team Nova 16U
Ariel Goddot, 6th Man Warriors 16U
AJ Harrison, Maryland DFenders 16U
Amir Jenkins, Team Thrill Black 16U
Nick Marshall, Team BBC 16U
Hassan Massenburg, Team BBC 16U
Nico McClure, Maryland Dfenders 16U
Christian Moore, Team Thrill UAA 16U
Julian Reese, Team Thrill UAA 16U
Abdou Samb, DC Premier UAA 16U
Antwan Thompson, Team Thrill Black 16U
Jax Trickey, Achieve More BOE 16U
Malachi Wright, Achieve More BOE 16U

Rashad Cheek, Metro All-Stars 15U
Tyson Commander, Team Melo EYBL 15U
Farrell Crowell, Team Takeover Grant 15U
Antone Freeman, Metro All-Stars 15U
Bryson Long, Team Takeover Grant 15U
Cavan Reilly, DC Premier UAA 15U
Rivers, Maryland 3D 15U
Rashad Samuels, 6th Man Warriors 15U
Chance Westry, Team Melo EYBL 15U

Marcus Banks, Maryland Trailblazers 14U
Andre Barrett Jr., Diamond City All-Stars 14U
Dakari Enworom, Metro All-Stars 14U
Isaiah Payne, Maryland Trailblazers 14U