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2023 DMVelite All-Maryland Team

By DMVelite Staff, 05/15/23, 9:00AM EDT


Mount St. Joseph Forward Amani Hansberry leads our collection of Maryland's best.

We at DMVelite are pleased to announce the 2022-23 DMVelite All-Maryland Team. This group is perennially the hardest to choose, as it represents our largest single area of coverage - the entire state of Maryland - and encompasses a wide range of extremely talented players.

Our staff would like to thank the players, coaches and fans who made the 2022-23 season – our 13th year of high school coverage – a success, and we look forward to many more. In addition to this All-MD team (which features only players from schools located in Maryland), we've rolled out our All-DC Team and will be releasing our All-Northern Virginia team soon.

And now, here’s our selection of the state’s best of the best – the 2023 DMVelite All-Maryland Team:


The Illinois commit was once again a stat-stuffing matchup nightmare, posting 15.3 points, 12 rebounds and 4 assists per game while leading the Gaels to the Baltimore Catholic League regular season and tournament titles.

“My senior year started off a little bit slow,” Hansberry recalled before the recent Capital Classic All-Star Game. “We fought some adversity as we do every year, but I’d like to say it was a great senior year. For me personally, I improved the wing aspect of my game and other aspects of my game defensively and the way I move. So I feel like my 2022-23 year was definitely successful, especially winning all the championships and beating Montverde [at the Iolani Classic in December]. So it was definitely stamped, for sure.”

In his second year at MSJ - he began his high school career at St. John’s (DC) - the 6-foot-8 Hansberry fully embraced his role as a team leader and the offensive focal point.

“I’ve kind of had to deal with it my whole life,” he said. “A lot of defenses liked to send two [defenders] or send three at me, especially when I was in the post a lot, so I was kind of, like, just taking that pressure and really trying to understand how to use it to my strengths and drive and play team basketball. So I think it helped me greatly.”


In just the second year of the high school program’s existence - Mt. Zion already has an established postgraduate team - Dulic led the Warriors to the Metro Private School Championship, followed by a Cinderella run from the No. 9 seed to capture the Maryland Private Schools Tournament.


DMVelite Maryland Player of The Year: Amani Hansberry, Mount St. Joseph 2023 Forward

Coach of The Year: Quinton Dulic, Mt. Zion Prep

Freshman of The Year: Jayden Yates, St. James Guard

Most Improved: Kevon Corley, Shabach Christian 2023 Forward

Under The Radar: Josh Caine, La Plata 2023 Forward

Unsung Hero: Najeh Allen, St. Maria Goretti 2023 Guard



After a strong junior season, Bradford took his game to another level as a senior averaging 27 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game for the Trojans while leading them to a 4A semifinal appearance. Bradford is headed to do a postgraduate year at Loomis Chaffee School (CT).


The Pittsburgh commit was one of the area’s most lethal and consistent scoring threats, averaging 26.4 points to go with 7 rebounds and 6 assists per game.


After St. Mary’s lost seven seniors from last year’s MIAA B Conference championship team, Harris stepped up to fill the void. The 6-foot-6 St. Francis (Pa.) commit averaged 18 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists per game to lead the Saints to another MIAA B crown, finishing with 31 points in the title game victory.


The 6-foot-5 Horton was man on a mission all year, leading the Knights to a 28-0 season that included the Baltimore City and Maryland Class 3A State championships. He averaged 20.9 points and 11 rebounds per game for the Knights.


The Maryland commit capped his four-year varsity career with perhaps the best all-around campaign in the area, averaging a triple-double with 16 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists per game. In a February win over John Carroll, he set a school record with 57 points while hitting an astounding 16 3-pointers.


The University of Pennsylvania-bound Perkins averaged 25 points and 6.7 rebounds per game while leading the Bears to a runner-up finish in the Interstate Athletic Conference title game.


The Iona commit averaged 20.5 points per game for the Mustangs, leading them to a runner-up finish at the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament.


After exploding onto the varsity scene as a freshman, Ward was even better in Year 2, averaging 25.4 points, 12 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game to lead the Lions to a 2A state runner-up finish.


Wilson returned to Wicomico after a year at Cross Christian (DE) and promptly reintroduced himself to opposing defenses. The 6-foot-4 Wilson averaged 26.7 points per game and set a school single-season scoring record with 722 points while leading Wicomico to a 25-2 record and Class 2A semifinal appearance. In a state quarterfinal win against Thomas Stone, he had 19 of his 43 points in the fourth quarter to rally Wicomico.


In a season of change - DeMatha graduated its top three scorers and brought in a new coach - Winston was a steadying force. The Manhattan commit averaged 14.6 points, 4.8 assists and 2.5 steals per game, and solidified his reputation as one of the area’s top perimeter defenders while coming up with timely defensive plays all season. Winston was named MVP of the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament while leading the Stags to their fourth straight ACIT title.


Tyler Boston, Bullis 2024 Guard
Josh Caine, La Plata 2023 Forward
Darnell Dantzler, Edmondson-Westside 2024 Guard
Caleb Embeya, St. Maria Goretti 2024 Forward
Shawn Jones, Meade 2023 Forward
Drew McKenna, Glenelg Country 2024 Wing
Caron Smith, Parkville 2023 Guard
Cam Sparrow, New Town 2023 Guard
Ace Valentine, Mount St. Joseph’s 2023 Guard
Mike Williams, Bishop Walsh 2023 Guard


Dionte Alexander, St. Maria Goretti 2023 Guard
Kevon Corley, Shabach Christian 2023 Forward
Caden Diggs, Bullis 2024 Wing
Jack Furman, Riverdale Baptist 2024 Guard
Marcel Gardner, St. Andrew’s 2023 Forward
Josiah Legree, Parkville 2024 Guard
Joey Lutz, Damascus 2023 Guard
Martin Somerville, Bishop McNamara 2024 Guard
Malcolm Thomas, DeMatha 2024 Forward
Elwyne Wordlaw, Frederick 2024 Guard


Tyler Ball, Salisbury School 2024 Guard
Ty Bevins, Gwynn Park 2024 Wing
Jordan Brathwaite, Good Counsel 2024 Forward
Malcolm Day, Takoma Academy 2023 Guard
Francis Folefac, Mount Zion Prep 2025 Forward
Nathan Hiteshew, Wilde Lake 2023 Guard
Jace Hudson, JM Bennett 2025 Guard
Tyler Jackson, St. Frances 2025 Guard
Jaden Johnson, Wise 2023 Guard
Quinton Monroe, Lake Clifton 2023 Guard


Jonas Agyeman, Thomas Stone 2025 Guard
Xander Alarie, St. Andrew’s 2024 Forward
Mikey Allen, Fort Hill 2023 Guard
Najeh Allen, St. Maria Goretti 2023 Guard
Isaiah Arnold, DeMatha 2023 Guard
Ezekiel Avit, Churchill 2023 Wing
Seyi Awuwoloye, Walkersville 2023 Center
Marshall Bailey, Easton 2026 Guard
Jeremiah Barnes, Arundel Christian 2024 Wing
RJ Barnes, Long Reach 2024 Forward
Jeannot Basima, John Carroll 2023 Guard
Tylan Bass, Aberdeen 2023 Guard
Sean Beard, Perryville 2024 Guard
Tjay Beckles, Overlea 2024 Guard
Sam Bono, Smithsburg 2023 Forward
Andre Brooks, North Point 2023 Guard
Artarus Brown, Aberdeen 2023 Guard
J’Lin Brown, Loyola Blakefield 2024 Wing
Jordan Brown, Broadneck 2024 Guard
Davin Chandler, Stephen Decatur 2025 Guard
Corey Chesley, Good Counsel 2023 Wing
Machi Chester, Gwynn Park 2024 Guard
Zech Chin, Reservoir 2023 Guard
Cyrus Chisolm, Sandy Spring Friends 2023 Guard
Brycen Coleman, Stephen Decatur 2024 Forward
Noah Crawford, Covenant Life 2026 Guard
Kyndall Crawford, Indian Creek 2023 Guard
Farrell Crowell, Shabach Christian 2023 Guard
Jaren Curtis, Bishop McNamara 2025 Guard
Kedrick Curtis, Friends School 2023 Wing
Kennard Davis, Shabach Christian 2023 Guard
Andrew Dixon, Mount Carmel 2024 Guard
David Dorsey, Frederick 2024 Forward
Tyler Downs, Liberty 2023 Guard
Koby Ennals, Cambridge-South Dorchester 2025 Forward
Tyonne Farrell, Mount St. Joseph 2024 Forward
Caleb Franze, Gerstell Academy 2024 Guard
KJ Gardner, Springdale Prep 2023 Guard
Rejuan Gray, Takoma Academy 2023 Wing
Brian Griffin, Southern 2024 Guard
Jabez Griffin, North East 2023 Guard
Chance Haga, Boonsboro 2023 Guard
Shadan Hansen, Walkersville 2023 Guard
Rieco Hellams, Good Counsel 2023 Guard
Chris Henderson, Oxon Hill 2024 Guard
Cash Herndon, South River 2023 Guard
Tony Hicks, Gerstell Academy 2023 Forward
Jayden Hudson, Stephen Decatur 2024 Guard
Christian Jackson, Atholton 2023 Guard
Brendan Johnson, Calvert Hall 2024 Guard
Devin Johnson, Sandy Spring Friends 2024 Guard
K’Won Johnson, City 2023 Guard
Kris Johnson, Grace Brethren 2024 Wing
Damien Jones, Grace Brethren 2023 Guard
Camron Kent, Fairmont Heights 2024 Guard
Nas Keyes, North Hagerstown 204 Guard
Andre King, Largo 2023 Guard
Lynn King III, Mt. Zion Prep 2024 Forward
Fallou Koite, Mount Zion Prep 2023 Guard
Preston Kuhn, Walt Whitman 2023 Guard
Cam Lake, Colonel Richardson 2023 Guard
Malique Leatherbury, Wicomico 2023 Guard
John Mallory, Glen Burnie 2023 Guard
Peter Mangan, Damascus 2023 Guard
Jaylen Marbley, Chapelgate Christian 2023 Guard
Andrew Marcinko, Century 2023 Guard
Dante Mayo, Richard Montgomery 2024 Guard
Isaiah Mbeng, Winston Churchill 2023 Guard
Solomon Mensah, Gaithersburg 2023 Guard
Kris Mickens, National Christian 2023 Guard
Kris Mitchell, Lake Clifton 2023 Forward
Prince Moody, Bishop McNamara 2026 Guard
Shaun Moody, Easton 2024 Guard
Sean Mongan, Heritage Academy 2024 Guard
Jace Mosley, Riverdale Baptist 2023 Wing
Albert Mouring, Frederick Douglass 2023 Guard
Emerson Neal, Huntingtown 2023 Forward
Ke’Andre Nixon, Pocomoke 2025 Guard
Khalib Norcome, St. Mary’s Ryken 2025 Wing
Fortune Okigweh, Parkville 2023 Forward
Emmanuel Okitondo, Bishop Walsh 2024 Forward
Caleb Palmer, Forest Park 2023 Guard
Drew Pape, Patterson Mill 2024 Forward
Jonathan Perry, Annapolis Area Christian 2023 Guard
Tyrik Petway, McDonough 2024 Guard
Nasir Polk, North Dorchester 2023 Guard
Kingston Price, Severn School 2024 Guard
Jackson Prince, Westlake 2023 Guard
Tobi Raji, Eleanor Roosevelt 2023 Forward
Tyler Reddick, Snow Hill 2024 Guard
Seamus Reagan, The Heights 2023 Forward
Omarion Reid, Mount Carmel 2023 Forward
Mondyu Richards, Albert Einstein 2023 Center
Xavion Roberson, Meade 2023 Guard
Derrick Robinson Jr., St. Mary’s Ryken 2026 Forward
Ty’Seaun Rodgers, Aberdeen 2023 Guard
David Russell, McLean School 2023 Guard
Rashard Samuels, Shabach Christian 2023 Guard
Owen Scott, South Carroll 2023 Guard
Conor Shiflett, Damascus 2023 Forward
Dawda Silva, Broadfording 2023 Forward
Kyree Smith, City 2023 Guard
Omarr Smith, Archbishop Curley 2025 Guard
KJ Smothers, Queen Anne's County 2023 Guard
Zakai Smullen, JM Bennett 2025 Guard
Mason So, DeMatha 2023 Guard
Caleb Stamper, Heritage Academy 2023 Guard
Adrien Stevens, Bullis 2025 Wing
Jake Stout, Boys Latin 2023 Wing
Christian Thomas, SEED 2025 Wing
Evin Thompson, Sherwood 2025 Guard
Jake Tringone, Sandy Spring Friends 2024 Wing
Conner Venable, The Heights 2023 Guard
Nick Viqueira, Bullis 2023 Guard
AJ Vollmer, Linganore 2023 Guard
Malik Washington, Archbishop Spalding 2025 Forward
Staccardo Washington, Wise 2023 Guard
Bryant Waters, Parkside 2023 Guard
Tajir Webster, St. Charles 2024 Wing
Isaiah Williams, Rosedale Christian 2024 Guard
Zyan Williams, Elkton 2023 Forward
Jeff Womack, Blake 2023 Guard
Jayden Yates, St. James 2026 Guard