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D.C. Point Guard Getting Late Attention

Honorary DCIAA Board Member Alan Goldenbach passes this along:

McKinley senior point guard Anthony Myers, off a strong performance in leading the Trainers to the D.C. public schools final, is starting to get some late recruiting interest. McKinley Coach Eric Brockenberry said Myers has an offer from American, and plans to take an unofficial visit to Fordham this week. Brockenberry added that N.C. State assistant (and former DeMatha assistant) Pete Strickland has inquired about Myers.

The 6-foot Myers last season led the Trainers in scoring as a junior at 20 points per game, but, with the addition of some inside scorers this season, took on more of a distributor's role. Still, Myers showed in the DCIAA semifinals - with leading scorer Antonio Jenifer out of action - that he could still take control. He scored a game-high 19 points, including a running three-pointer at the buzzer to beat Anacostia, 57-54.

By Josh Barr  | March 4, 2009; 2:10 PM ET
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