6-10 junior center Robert Folk of Friendship Academy in Washington DC is a big man to watch in the Class of 2011
Emerging from the shadows of All-Met teammates, 6-4 Malcolm Lemmons of Gonzaga High School drawing college recruiting interest.
Riverdale Baptist's outstanding 6-4 guard Justin Drummond gives early commitment to Loyola College
6-1 senior guard Isaac Fulwood of Princeton Day Academy, a top student/athlete, drawing college recruiters to Lanham, Maryland
Gonzaga High School All-Met guard Cedrick Lindsay opts for University of Richmond
Bullis Prep sophomore guard Joe Hazel is a young, rising backcourt standout in the Class of 2012.
Well-traveled 6-foot-6 Maryland prep basketball player Lakeem Duncan has found a home in Baltimore at Parkville High School and is drawing college recruiting interest.
St. John's junior guard Chris Martin, son of former Georgetown and NBA player William Martin, is making a name for himself
ESPNRISE.com goes one-on-one with Washington Post All-Met Honoree Jamal Olasewere on selecting Long Island University and his great senior season at Springbrook High School
Markel Starks is an ESPNU 150 player for the class of 2010 and is already committed to Georgetown University.
6-8 rising junior Taylor Abt of Georgetown Prep is a Maryland big man to watch in the Class of 2011.
James Quinn goes one-on-one with 6-foot-8 Baltimore All-Met choice Cleveland Melvin of Lake Clifton HS as Melvin prepares for a year of prep school in Massachusetts.
5-foot-11, rising sophomore point guard Jamal Lewis of Sidwell Friends School is possible elite Maryland backcourt star to watch in Class of 2012.
One year ago, Jonathan Arledge of KIMA School (Washington D.C.) was being recruited by only one college for basketball, but after a junior season in which he earned All-Met honors, colleges are now taking notice and calling more than ever.
Highly successful Towson Catholic boys' basketball coach Josh Pratt leaves for St. Vincent Pallotti High School -- to coach the girls' team
Six-foot-7 junior forward Justin Kuntz of Glen Burnie High School could be one of Maryland's top prep senior ballers in 2010.