WASHINGTON — Aaron Wiggins was one of the main attractions Friday night in the 45th annual Capital Classic High School All-Star Game at Catholic University’s Raymond A. DuFour Center.
Wiggins, a University of Maryland recruit, finished with a game-high 30 points to lead the United States All-Stars to a 102-92 victory over the Capital All-Stars.
The 6-foot-6 forward played alongside future Maryland teammate Serrel Smith – who finished with two points, four rebounds and three assists – and in front of the Terrapins fans in attendance.
Baltimore native Jalen Smith, a Maryland recruit who was selected to play in the game, was sidelined with an injury but did watch from the bench.
“I love playing in front of the guys,” said Wiggins. “They’re always cheering me on, asking for more buckets, more rebounds. They’re looking for more and of course I’m going to do what I can to play my best in front of everybody.”