#3 Montrose Christian 20-2 (Rockville, MD.)


No. Name Ht/Wt Position Year
1 Dominic Milburn 6-3 Guard Senior
4 Georges Hetherington 5-6 Guard Senior
5 Micah Fraction 5-10 Guard Senior
10 Jordan Roach 5-10 Guard Sophomore
11 Douglas Browman 5-10 Guard Senior
12 Tyler Hubbard 5-10 Guard Sophomore
15 Giovanni Arrindell 5-10 Guard Junior
21 Mouphtaou Yarou 6-10 Center Senior
23 Justin Anderson 6-5 Guard Freshman
24 Terrence Ross 6-5 Guard Junior
32 Dadrian Collins 6-6 Forward Senior
34 Isaiah Armwood 6-8 Forward Senior
44 T. Jordan Omogbehin 7-1 Center Sophomore

Head coach: Stu Vetter — 224-34 record in 10 years at Montrose Christian

Mouphtaou Yarou
Yarou came to the United States from the West African Republic of Benin in January 2008. In his only full season with Montrose, Yarou has averaged 20.6 points and 12.6 rebounds per game. Rated the nation’s No. 27 recruit in the ESPNU 100, Yarou has signed with Villanova.

Isaiah Armwood
Armwood, a Villanova signee who’s rated the nation’s No. 36 recruit in the ESPNU 100, is an explosive leaper with an improved midrange jumper. He has averaged 12.3 points and 8.6 rebounds per game this season.

Terrence Ross
Ross was named Oregon’s Class 5A Player of the Year as a sophomore before transferring to Montrose last year. Ross, the nation’s No. 41 recruit in the ESPNU Super 60, has averaged 14.8 points per game.

Montrose Christian started the 2008-09 season ranked No. 19 in the preseason ESPN RISE FAB 50. Since then, the Mustangs have climbed 10 spots to No. 9 by going 20-2 with their only losses coming to No. 1 Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.), including a double-overtime setback in the Iolani Classic championship. Montrose Christian’s signature win came against nationally ranked Fairfax (Los Angeles, Calif.).

Notable alumni include Oklahoma City Thunder swingman Kevin Durant (Class of 2006) and Denver Nuggets swingman Linas Kleiza (Class of 2003).

Vetter is in his 33rd year coaching overall. Since he took over Montrose in 1999, the Mustangs have been one of the nation's top programs. Vetter is a two-time USA Today National Coach of the Year.

Isaiah Armwood is president of his senior class. Armwood says he initially ran for office for fun, but when everyone started voting for him he decided to take it seriously.