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Montrose Trio Getting Plenty of Looks

I saw Maryland assistant Keith Booth on Friday night at Montrose Christian. Booth, who I covered during his final seasons as a Terrapin player, was pulling double duty: Maryland has signed two Montrose seniors, guard Adrian Bowie and center Shane Walker, leaving the main attraction for college recruiters a trip of talented sophomores. The Terrapins - and many other schools - have offered all three of those players: forwards Terrell Vinson, Tristan Spurlock and Isaiah Armwood.

Plenty of big performances over the weekend, including this one from O'Connell junior center Frank Ben-Eze, a 6-foot-10 junior from Nigeria: He had 16 points, 21 rebounds and 6 blocks in a 68-56 victory over Paul VI yesterday. With Ben-Eze playing well, playing time continues to be limited for 7-foot senior Zack Crimmins. Crimmins, who is averaging 3.4 points per game, certainly could use as many minutes as possible to help his development.

Also, guard Corey Allmond, a second-team All-Met last season at Gwynn Park, is averaging a team-leading 15.6 points per game for undefeated Howard College in Texas. Allmond, who failed to meet the NCAA's minimum eligbility standards for a scholarship, will play two years for the Hawks before moving onto a four-year school.

By Josh Barr  | January 8, 2007; 10:49 AM ET
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Comments

What's up Josh? Any idea on the chances of the Terps landing Jai Lucas or Anthony McClain?

Posted by: Michael Abromavage | January 9, 2007 4:14 PM | Report abuse

Hey Josh - Tell us a little about the smear campaign that you're about to launch on PCA and their coach.

I figured you guys killed him off with the last article on SMCA - are you the guy they brought in to finish him off.

Word on the street says that you've canvassed the DC area hoops scene looking for dirt on PCA and that the real reason you were at the Montrose game was because you wanted to interview a former PCA JV player.

What's the deal Josh? When can we expect to see your version of the smear against PCA?

Posted by: Steve Hatcher | January 10, 2007 7:24 AM | Report abuse

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