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April 27, 2010

Patterson hoops sensation Carr honored

Patterson freshman point guard Aquille Carr, who earned first-team All-Metro honors in his first varsity basketball season, was named the National Freshman of the Year by MaxPreps.com.

The website released its 2009-10 Boys Basketball Freshmen All-American Team today with Carr taking top honors.

The electrifying 5-foot-6 guard averaged 25.5 points, eight assists and 5.3 steals in leading the Clippers to a 16-7 mark.


Posted by Glenn Graham at 11:36 AM | | Comments (3)
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This boy Carr is better than his father was at Patterson. I believe that if he wants his game to florish and become a better player, unfortunately he will have to leave Patterson and attend either Lake, Dunbar, City or Digital Harbor. These schools are the best in the City's public school system and Carr will receive the recognition he much deserves.

The statement about leaving Patterson for one of the schools you just mentioned will not bring anymore recognition than what he has already recieved. I had the pleasure of coaching Aquille and he is a great kid. Athletes bouncing around from school to school doesn't teach kids anything. Patterson is a good situation for him and I hope that he finishes there. Oh, how much more recognition does one need "National Freshman Player of the Year" from Patterson High School

this kid is just a good athlete. he is also a very good football player. i agree, he needs to get out of patterson. its not a good school at all. i would like to see him at one of the top high schools in md.

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