|Year:||Class of 2018|
|Previous College:||UMass Boston '07|
Currently sitting second all-time in career points, Barros led the Beacons to the program’s first-ever conference championship in 2016. As the Beacons’ most athletic player during his four seasons on the harbor campus, Barros is among the all-time leaders in career games played with 101, while his 29 games played during the 05–06 season as him sitting second in the program record book. His 617 career field goals made is third most. His 95 three-pointers in the Beacons championship season are the all-time mark, while his 326 career 3-pointers remains one of the most impressive career records ever. Barros was the program’s first NABC First All-District honoree in over 30 years and was the conference Player of the Year in 2006, after helping the Beacons to their first-ever LEC Tournament title. Tony will also become the first Beacons men’s basketball player to be enshrined in the Little East Conference Hall of Fame.