Basketball leaders

Rank Name School Percentage
1 Alex Martinez Fairfax Home School 100.0
2 Andre Seadey Wakefield School 90.0
3 Brandon Better Crossland 88.8
4 Johnnie Shuler Theodore Roosevelt 88.0
5 D'Ondre Stockman Pallotti 87.8
6 Michael Coyle John Paul the Great 87.5
Danzel Wright National Collegiate 87.5
8 Sam Briggs Coolidge 86.7
9 Aaron Thomas Largo 86.1
10 Amir Atkins Hayfield 85.6
11 Justice Sneed Wise 85.1
12 Marcquise Reed Capitol Christian 84.4
13 Jason Jolly Stone Bridge 84.0
14 Nick Oates Glenelg 83.5
15 Juan Brown Annapolis 83.4
16 Enzi Gregory Edmund Burke 83.3
Blaise Schuster Episcopal 83.3
Melo Trimble O'Connell 83.3
19 Aaron Briggs Bullis 82.8
20 Tristan Easton Meade 82.3
21 Jamir Moultrie McNamara 82.1
22 George Walker St. Albans 81.9
23 Trevor Blondin Battlefield 81.8
24 Marcus Derrickson Paul VI Catholic 81.7
25 Dorian Johnson Herndon 81.5
26 Trey Wainwright Blair 81.3
27 Allonzo Trier Montrose Christian 81.2
28 Dion Wiley Potomac (Md.) 80.8
29 Paul Rowley Loudoun Valley 80.7
30 David Jones Old Mill 80.3
S. Moss Oxon Hill 80.3
32 Jason Friedman Sandy Spring 80.2
Grant Robinson Potomac School 80.2
34 Jalen Houchins Thomas Stone 80.0
Terrell Lamar Long Reach 80.0
Robert Mosey Perry Street Prep 80.0
37 Steven Zink Ad Fontes 79.7
38 Quad Borup Loudoun County 79.4
39 Tarik Abraham Washington Latin 79.2
Nick Pitcher La Plata 79.2
Stacey Selby La Plata 79.2
James Zentz Park View 79.2
43 Mike Hamlin Hylton 79.1
44 Michael Bernetti Atholton 79.0
45 Desmond Brogsdale Parkdale 78.8
Greg Malinowski Episcopal 78.8
47 Austin Hall Annandale 78.7
48 Robert Davis Marriotts Ridge 78.4
49 Andy Baker Poolesville 78.3
Austin Treakle West Potomac 78.3

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