Maryland/DC Rankings Breakdown: 2019 Newcomers

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Posted On: 02/16/18 11:00 AM

PrepHoops Maryland recently updated the class of 2019 player rankings. Gathering a list of players and choosing which rank best fits the individual was an extremely difficult challenge, but we do our best to keep them updated every three months. Our recent update includes an expansion from the number of players ranked from 75 to 100. We love finding out about new players, and we’ve done so since our last update. Here we resume our breakdown series featuring six newcomers.

#25 | ABDOU TSIMBILA | 6’7 F | ST. MARIA GORETTI

Abdou Tsimbila

Newcomer Abdou Tsimbila has made a significant impact in the front court this season at Goretti. The broad-shouldered, long-limbed 6-foot-7 forward has strong hands, which help him control the ball off the glass. Tsimbila is a strong finisher through contact, and has nice touch from mid range.

#34 | PRZEMEK GOLEK | 6’4 G | ST. MARIA GORETTI

Przemek Golek is a key player for the Gaels who can impact the game on both ends of the floor. He is well built at 6’4, and really knows how to throw his weight around. Golek can knock down the 3, but also defends and fills the lanes correctly in transition.

#39 | RICHARD DUDLEY | 5’11 G | PAINT BRANCH

Richard Dudley

As explosive a scorer as there is in the local 2019 class, Richard Dudley can flat out put the ball in the basket. The skilled lead guard is quite frankly one of the most exciting players to watch in the DMV.

#57 | LOUIS TANG | 6’4 G | ST. MARY’S RYKEN

Louis Tang

Given the fact he’s been in the states for just a few months, Louis Tang has made a considerable amount of progress. One thing you will never have to question is his effort.

#63 | CALLUM BAKER | 6’2 G | SAINT JAMES

Often pigeonholed as a shooter, Callum Baker does more than that at 6’2. He can serve as a primary ball handler, has the eye for a good pass, and defends both guard spots very well.

#65 | MILES MALLORY | 6’6 F | ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI

Miles Mallory

Miles Mallory is a good team player, and a solid front court prospect. Not only is fundamentally sound on both ends of the floor, but he also plays with a consistently high motor.