1992-93 All-Baltimore City boys basketball team The first team at a glance

March 21, 1993

Damon Cason

' Southern, junior, guard

Cason's court sense makes him one of the city's and nation's top point guards. Cason averaged 17.4 points and led the Bulldogs in assists (9.7). An excellent ballhandler, he can penetrate zones, find the open man and hit the outside shot.

Randolph Edison

Edmondson, senior, guard

Inspired by the memory of his best friend, Eddie Rivers, who died last summer, Edison put together his finest season. He was the city's second-leading scorer at 21.3 and averaged 5.2 assists. UMES is interested in him.

Reggie Frazier

0$ Lake Clifton, sophomore, forward

Playing in the shadow of Kevin Norris and Shawnta Rogers, Frazier put together a solid first season for the Lakers, averaging 15.3 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.0 steals. Frazier can score in the paint or from the perimeter.

Norman Nolan

& Dunbar, junior, center

After a slow start in preseason, Nolan made the adjustment to playing for one of the nation's top programs. Nolan, who transferred from Milford Mill, averaged 18.1 points and led the Poets in rebounding (12.3) while helping the team to the area's No. 1 ranking and a state Class 1A title, his second in as many seasons.

Kevin Norris

+ Lake Clifton, senior, guard

His slick ball-handling and long-range shooting made him arguably the city's most exciting guard. Norris was the leading scorer for the Class 4A, Region IV semifinalist at 18.0 and was first in assists with 7.7. He's considering James Madison, UMES, Morgan State and Northeastern.

Troy Parker

) Walbrook, junior, forward

Parker should be nicknamed "The Energizer" for the way he ignited the Warriors. In the sixth-man role, Parker was second in scoring (13.5) and averaged 5.2 rebounds and 4.3 assists.

Shawnta Rogers

.` Lake Clifton, sophomore, guard

There was no case of the sophomore jinx for Rogers. He was second on the team in scoring (15.8) and assists (6.2) and combined with Norris to form one of the area's top backcourts. Quick and dangerous from the perimeter, Rogers (5 feet 5) is considered to be the best player of his stature in the city since 5-3 Tyrone "Muggsy" Bogues.

Kevin Simpson

' Southern, junior, guard

After playing small forward last season, Simpson moved to shooting guard and emerged as the area's best. Simpson averaged 20.3 points, 10.1 rebounds and 4.3 assists for the state Class 3A champions. He may be the city's most versatile player next to Dunbar's Keith Booth.

Steve Wojociechowski

& Gibbons, junior, guard

For a team that began with eight players and was down to seven by season's end, Wojociechowski was the glue for the Crusaders, who reached the Catholic League Tournament semifinals. Wojociechowski averaged 13.2 points and 5.0 assists. Selected to the first team of the Catholic League, he was rated as one of the top 100 juniors by Hoop Scoop.

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