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Keith “Tiny” Gallon
Gallon, an Oklahoma recruit and McDonald’s All-American, has led the Warriors with 16.3 points and 10 rebounds per game. At 320 pounds, Gallon is deceptively fast up and down the court and nimble around the basket.
The Warriors run their offense through Lamb, who averaged 20 points per game during the last month of the season — five more than his season average. Lamb, who also averages five assists, has a talented midrange game.
Lamont “Mo Mo” Jones
Jones’ coming-out party came at the Iolani Classic in Hawaii, when he scored 40 points in a double-overtime championship win over Montrose Christian (Rockville, Md.). The Virginia Tech recruit averages 13.5 points and 5.5 assists per game.
The Warriors have managed to go undefeated against one of the toughest schedules during coach Steve Smith’s tenure. Oak Hill has beaten eight nationally ranked teams, including Montrose Christian (Rockville, Md.) and St. Patrick (Elizabeth, N.J.). In addition to Gallon and Jones, the Warriors feature three other Division I commits: Syracuse-bound junior Baye Moussa Keita, West Virginia-bound junior Bryon Allen and UNC-Asheville-bound senior Austin Alecxih.
Notable alumni include Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony (Class of 2002), Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith (Class of 2004), Golden State Warriors forward Stephen Jackson (Class of 1996), Dallas Mavericks swingman Jerry Stackhouse (Class of 1993) and NBA prospect Brandon Jennings (Class of 2008).
Since 1978, more than 140 Oak Hill players have gone on to play Division I basketball.
Although the Warriors travel across the country to compete in tournaments, they are all business during road trips and follow the motto, "Get in, get a win and get out."