OUTLOOK: The Crabbers are coming off a magical season that would have ended in the first round of the Eastern Region playoffs if not for Royal’s offensive rebound and free throw. The majority of that experience is back. Barber, who has committed to N.C. State, is the best player in the commonwealth and one of the best in the nation. With 1,530 points in his career, “Cat” needs 447 more to break Tony Rutland’s Peninsula District record. Baker (Old Dominion) began the year as Robin to Barber’s Batman but emerged as a clutch player. He had 10 of his 13 points in the state final in the last 8 1/2 minutes. Royal would be on everybody’s recruiting list if only he were a few inches taller. Perry is a solid shooter and Moore, who has committed to Old Dominion in football, an outstanding athlete. Just like last year, the Crabbers have no size last year. Running the show again will be Brower, who is going into his 32nd season. He was hampered by back problems last year but says he’s feeling better this fall.