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Top Hoopsters Hit the Road

There's been a purge of local basketball talent, with three top players bound for prep schools.

Hargrave Military Academy basketball coach Kevin Keatts said he expects forward Roscoe Davis to check in this afternoon. Davis, a 6-10 rising senior, was a third-team All-Met last winter at Wise High.

It appears that Oxon Hill standout guard Maurice Creek, a rising junior, is bound for South Kent (Conn.) Prep.

And Bladensburg Coach Jim Butler said that his standout junior, forward Wally Judge, is headed to Arlington Country Day in Jacksonville, Fla. "He played [for us] all summer," Butler said. "I guess somebody got a word in his ear. Once you become well known, things happen."

It remains unclear exactly what second-team All-Met forward Gus Gilchrist plans to do this school year. With Tim Fudd out as coach at Notre Dame, most of that school's returning players have headed elsewhere and the school currently is seeking a coach. It remains unclear what level program the Middleburg school will try to field in the future. "I don't think they've made that decision yet," Notre Dame Athletic Director Carla Adgate said. "I think we'll still be competitive, but it might be a rebuilding year."

Adgate was unsure what forward Andrey Semenov, the team's lone standout underclassman from last season, plans to do.

By Josh Barr  | August 27, 2007; 12:14 PM ET
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Semenov enrolled at Roanoke Catholic.

Posted by: CAAZone | August 27, 2007 12:42 PM | Report abuse

Anyone know what the deal with Chris Braswell is? ESPN 150 has him listed as being enrolled at Hargrave. Hadn't heard that anywhere else, just looking for some clarification.

Posted by: blewhenz03 | August 30, 2007 10:30 AM | Report abuse

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