Four area players selected as Capital Classic All-Stars

March 16, 1994|By Derek Toney | Derek Toney,Contributing Writer

A record four Baltimore-area players have been selected for the Capital Classic All-Star Game on April 7 at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House.

Kevin Simpson of Southern-Baltimore, The Sun's Baltimore City/County Player of the Year; Cardinal Gibbons' Steve Wojciechowski, and Dunbar's Norman Nolan and Rodney Elliott are among members of the Capital All-Stars, a squad of

top Maryland, Virginia and Washington players who will play the U.S. All-Stars.

The U.S. All-Stars -- a selection of top high school players from around the country -- will feature Jerod Ward, a 6-foot-9 forward from Clinton, Miss., who is a first-team Parade All-America selection and a McDonald's All-American.

Joining Ward will be Duke signee Trajan Langdon, a 6-foot-4 guard from Anchorage, Alaska, and Curtis Staples, a 6-2 guard from Oak Hill (Va.), the country's No. 1 team.

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