Metro team set for Baltimore basketball challenge

High Schools

April 18, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

A trio of All-Metro basketball players will join North Carolina recruit Melvin Scott (Southern-Baltimore) in representing the metro area against a team of national standouts in the first Baltimore Charm City Challenge on April 28.

Jai Lewis of Aberdeen, Darshan Luckey of Southern-Baltimore, and Kenny Minor of Dunbar are three of the 11 area players coached by Mike Daniel of Towson Catholic. Game time is 8:15 p.m.

The national team will be led by a pair of Maryland-bound recruits: Andre Collins of Virginia and Mike Grinnon of New York.

The roster for the Baltimore-area team:

Chris Charles, 7-0, Crispus Attucks, Pa. (Seton Hall) Sherrod Ford, 6-9, Hargrave Military Academy, Va. (Clemson) Ivan Griffin, 6-7, Towson Catholic (uncommitted) Jermaine Hancock, 6-2, Edgewood (uncommitted) Marcus Harrison, 6-6, Mervo (uncommitted) Keith Jenifer, 6-3, Hargrave Military Academy, Va. (uncommitted) Jai Lewis, 6-6, Aberdeen (uncommitted) Darshan Luckey, 6-4, Southern-B (uncommitted) Kevin Mickens, 6-7, Mount St. Joseph (uncommitted) Kenny Minor, 5-7, Dunbar (uncommitted) Melvin Scott, 6-3, Southern-B (North Carolina)

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