Fultz received the award for the state of Maryland. The Washington signee is listed as a five-star prospect and rated the No. 10 player in the 2016 class by ESPN. Fultz averaged 19.1 points and 8.8 rebounds per game for DeMatha this season.
He guided DeMatha to the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Championship game. In addition to that, Fultz helped the Stags win the Maryland Private State and Alhambra championship. Markelle received WCAC and All-Met first team honors.
He was selected to play in the McDonald’s All-American game and the Jordan Brand Classic. Fultz tallied 10 points, and six assists in the McDonald’s All-American game, and 19 points in the Jordan Brand Classic.
H.D. Woodson senior forward Antwan Walker was the Player of the Year for the Washington D.C. area. Walker played a huge role in Woodson’s historic 33-0 season and capturing the DCSAA title. He led his team in scoring as he averaged 16 points per game and recorded a double-double in the first 10 games of the season. In the DCSAA championship game, Walker scored 19 points.
The three-star prospect currently holds offers from Georgetown, James Madison, Manhattan, Hofstra, St. Joseph’s, Towson, UNC Greensboro and Duquesne.
All-USA Virginia Player of the Year V.J. King had another solid season with the Paul VI boys basketball team. The Louisville signee and two-time gold medalist with Team USA averaged 22.9 points, 9.6 rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game.
King was named Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year, first team All-WCAC and All-Mets. The five-star forward played with Markelle at the McDonald’s All-American game and the Jordan Brand Classic, where he scored 15 points off the bench.