Baltimore Sun All Metro Boys Basketball First Team

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The Baltimore Metro area saw a different year than most years. This 2014-2015 season saw four local teams win state titles and a whole bunch of players step up. William Robinson Jr. of Oakland Mills was one of these players. The 6-foot-5 St. Frances transfer led Oakland Mills to a 24-3 record and the Class 2A state title. He would go on to average 21 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists per game this season. He would also lead Oakland Mills to a victory over Patterson (Aquille Carr's old scool) with 26 points and 11 rebounds. Robinson would go on to snatch All-Metro Boys Basketball Player of the Year. But he wasn't the only one to show and prove for his team.

Nico Claret

The senior guard averaged 15 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. He lead the Cardinals (30-7) to the MIAA A and BCL tournament championships. He was a BCL first-team selection, All-MIAA and was named Most Outstanding Player of the Rotary Roundball Classic in Charleston, S.C. He's also committed to playing for Siena next year.

Triston Easton

With a knack for scoring he averaged 16.7 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals per game to lead the No. 4 Mustangs (26-2) to the program's first Class 4A state title. he needs 194 to be as the program's all-time leading scorer.

Drew Edwards

The Calvert all guard has had a decorated career.  Te four-year varsity player and captain averaged 16 points, five rebounds and 3.3 assists per game for the Cardinals. help Calvert Hall claim MIAA A and BCL campionsips. Not only was e a two-time BCL first-team selection and All-MIAA A performer but he also first-team tournament picks at Alhambra and Gonzaga D.C. Classic and MVP of the Rotary Roundball Classic in Charleston, S.C. He finises 5th all time at Calvert Hall. He's secured a spot on Providence University's squad next year.

Will Jenkins III

The Mt. Carmel senior forward lead his team to a program-best 31-win season. He averaged 13.2 points and 7.5 rebounds per game to lead his team. He would also be a BCL first-team selection and tournament's Sportsmanship Award recipient, All-MIAA and all-tournament team at Gonzaga D.C. Classic.

Kimball Mackenzie

The senior guard ended is career as te  BCL Player of the Year and All-MIAA A Conference performer. e averaged 14.3 points, 2.6 assists and 2.6 rebounds per game to lead is team to a 28-9 season. e sowed out at te Alhambra and Hoodies Hoops Classics. e left making all-tournament teams at bot events. e'll be playing at Bucknell next year.

Dereck Oliver

The Patterson guard put up buckets averaging 20 points a game along with 5 assists a game. Altough they didn't win the 4A title Oliver lead his team to the 4A title game. A solid player who has won one state title and three region crowns.

Joshua Parks

The Lake Clifton senior forward lead his team to the Baltimore City championship and Class 1A state final. He averaged a double double wit 12 points and 12 rebounds per game.

Kodye Pugh

The Boys' Latin junior forward is highly recruited. He caught eyes with his double double averages of 20.2 points and 10.1 rebounds per game. He has handsome offers from Georgetown, Georgia Tech and Northwestern, among others. Meanwhile,  Maryland, Stanford, Notre Dame and Virginia Tech and others are looking at him. You'd be crazy if you aren't looking forward to seeing him choose a school. In the meantime he's got one more year to do more damage.

Charlie Thomas IV

The Howard County Player of the Year averaged 23.2 points and 11.3 rebounds per game. He broke school records with 1,717 points, 887 rebounds and 160 blocked shots. The 6-8 senior foward from RIver Hill will be playing with the Wisconson Badgers next year.

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