PHOTOS: 15 Notable DeMatha Alumni
12:04 PM, Apr 2, 2012
1974 graduate, Adrian Dantley, formerly an assistant coach with the Denver Nuggets for eight seasons. Dantley was also a six-time NBA all-star in the 1980's most notably with the Utah Jazz.
1980 graduate, Ron Everhart, now the head basketball coach at Duquesne University, where he has been since 2006.
2004 graduate, Brett Cecil, a starting pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays. The left-hander was selected in the second round of the 2007 MLB draft.
1985 graduate, Danny Ferry, now an assistant general manager with the San Antonio Spurs. Ferry won the Naismith college basketball player of the year in 1989 while at Duke and played 14 seasons in the NBA.
2010 graduate Victor Oladipo, a sophomore guard at the University of Indiana
1979 graduate Sidney Lowe, now an assistant coach for the Utah Jazz. Lowe also coached basketball at N.C. State and played four seasons in the NBA
2005 graduate Jordan Graye, who has appeared in MLS games for D.C. United and the Houston Dynamo.
1969 graduate, James Brown, the lead anchor of the NFL Today on CBS. Brown has become an iconic sports broadcaster.
2002 graduate, Byron Westbrook, a cornerback and special teams player for the Washington Redskins.
1997 graduate, Brian Westbrook, a two-time pro bowl running back with the Philadelphia Eagles.
2000 graduate, Cameron Wake, an outside linebacker with the Miami Dolphins. In three seasons in Miami, Wake has recorded 28 sacks.
2006 graduate, Drew Yates, now plays in the USL pro league. Yates helped lead the University of Maryland to an NCAA title in 2008.
1977 graduate, Mike Brey, now the head basketball coach at Notre Dame. Brey has six straight 20-win seasons with the Irish.
1999 graduate, Keith Bogans, now an NBA free agent. The former Kentucky Wildcat played nine seasons in the NBA with seven different teams.
2003 graduate, Josh Wilson, a cornerback for the Washington Redskins. Wilson started all 16 games for the 'Skins in 2011 and recorded two interceptions.
DeMatha Catholic has produced dozens of professional athletes and coaches throughout the years. Photos courtesy of US Presswire.