Capitol Hoops Rankings: Class of 2014 Top 60

2 years ago by in ( 2014 - Top 60 , High School , Top Stories )
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In what has become an annual tradition here at Capitol Hoops, today marks the release of the site’s annual player rankings. The rankings are arguably the most comprehensive in the DMV, covering a large area and three high school classes.

Today, we take a look at the class of 2014.

LINK: CLASS OF 2013 RANKINGS 

 LINK: CLASS OF 2014-Top 10 Breakdown 

The rankings were based on several factors. Measurables (height, weight, physical tools), production at the high school and AAU levels, and college projection all played a part in the inclusion of players and their spot on the list. Eligible players were those who play high school basketball in the D.C. and Baltimore metro areas, along with the Eastern Shore. Also, players who previously played high school basketball in the area but transferred to out-of-state schools were eligible only if they still play with a local AAU team.

Marc Stern, the President/CEO of Capitol Hoops teamed up with MD High (Rivals) recruiting analyst and MarylandHoops.net creator Edgar Walker to put the rankings together, and the two received valuable insight from area coaches and media personnel.

The classes of 2013 (Top 100), 2014 (Top 60), and 2015 (Top 30) were all ranked. The current rankings will be adjusted in October, after the conclusion of the AAU season and Capitol Hoops’ Top 100 camp.

Today, the 2014 rankings are released.

Rank Player School Pos Height
1 Dwayne Morgan City F 6'7"
2 Phil Booth Mount St. Joseph G 6'4"
3 Melo Trimble Bishop O'Connell PG 6'3"
4 Obi Enechionyia St. James F 6'8"
5 Dion Wiley Potomac (MD) G 6'3"
6 Kevin Zabo Montrose Christian PG 6'1"
7 Allante Holston St. John's F 6'5"
8 Byron Hawkins Good Counsel PG 6'1"
9 John Crosby Poly PG 6'3"
10 Andre Walker Bullis F 6'9"
11 John Davis Natl. Christian Acad G 6'2"
12 Therence Mayimba Montrose Christian F 6'7"
13 Allen Costley St. Frances G 6'4"
14 Jerome West Springarn G 6'2"
15 Darian Anderson St. John's PG 5'10"
16 Jordan Abdour-Raoof Gonzaga F 6'6"
17 Kamau Stokes John Carroll PG 5'11"
18 Martin Geben St. Maria Goretti F 6'7"
19 Johnnie Shuler Theodore Roosevelt PG 6'0"
20 Omari George City G 6'4"
21 Drake Goddard Maret PG 6'0"
22 Tommy Heard St. Frances F 6'5"
23 Brandon Dyke Princeton Day Academy G 6'2"
24 Tre Thomas Good Counsel G 6'0"
25 Chancellor Barnard Glenelg Country F 6'4"
26 Tre Campbell St. John's PG 6'1"
27 Jaylen Adams Mount St. Joseph PG 5'10"
28 Sean Mayberry Calvert Hall G 6'2"
29 Daniel Noe Bishop Ireton F 6'6"
30 Keandre Gibson Dunbar PG 5'9"
31 Darien Bryant Arundel G 6'4"
32 Malcolm Smith Atlantic Shores (VA) G 6'4"
33 Zach Thomas Oakdale F 6'5"
34 Steffen Davis Maret PG 5'11"
35 Quadree Smith Paul VI F 6'7"
36 Tim Bond City G 6'4"
37 Brock Ruble Dematha C 6'9"
38 Kyle Doran Mount St. Joseph F 6'6"
39 AJ Cabbagestalk Grace Brethren PG 5'11"
40 Clint Robinson C.H. Flowers F 6'8"
41 Hassan Hussein Takoma Academy F 6'8"
42 Jordan Mcneill Mount St. Joseph G 6'4"
43 Trevis Buckhanon Kenwood F 6'8"
44 Rashad Wattie St. Frances G 6'3"
45 Steve Osu Bishop O'Connell F 6'8"
46 Marquise Reed St. Vincent Pallotti G 6'2"
47 Ellis Dozier DeMatha F 6'6"
48 Rysheed Corbin Forest Park G 5'10"
49 Lionel Owona John Carroll C/F 6'7"
50 Jamahl Eggleston Cristo Rey Jesuit G 6'2"
51 Greg Malinowski Middleburg Academy G 6'3"
52 Jarrell Allen Theodore Roosevelt G 6'3"
53 Jamie Senft Bishop Ireton F 6'8"
54 Clay Conner Linganore PG 5'9"
55 James Palmer Wise G 6'2"
56 Shane Eberle Good Counsel C 6'9"
57 Jerell Cooke Randallstown PG 6'1"
58 Justin Alexander DuVal PG 6'1"
59 Tiwain Kendley Eleanor Roosevelt G 6'4"
60 Kai Dalce Archbishop Spalding PG 6'0"
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  • Kgamoah

    How is Chief Amoah 6’1 point guard for edison high school not on the list?