Possible Spring Stock Boosters: 2019

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Posted On: 03/29/18 1:26 PM

We are less than 30 days from the first live period of the AAU season. With that being said, we’re going to spend some time looking at prospects from DC, Maryland, and Virginia in the 2019, 2020 and 2021 class over the next few weeks, and give you some names to look out for as we dive into what should be another hectic spring. Here we break down some possible spring stock boosters in the 2019 class.

ROBBIE BERAN | 6’8 F | COLLEGIATE (VA)

Robbie Beran, who will run with Team Richmond-Garner Road this spring and summer, is an intriguing option if you’re looking for a stretch four with a high motor. He will still need to add strength to be effective at the next level, but certainly still has a good chance to attract more division one suitors this spring.

NENDAH TARKE | 6’2 G | BULLIS (MD)

Nendah Tarke

Talk about a high motor. That’s exactly what Nendah Tarke has. The athletic 6-foot-2 guard is also an underrated playmaker who will look to showcase his skills this spring with either Team Threat 220 or the 6th Man Warriors.

ABDOU TSIMBILA | 6’8 C | ST. MARIA GORETTI (MD)

Abdou Tsimbila

Abdou Tsimbila has gone under-the-radar in most recruiting circles, but that should change as he will anchor the paint for a very talented Mid Atlantic Select Team. The long-limbed 6-foot-8 post prospect, who is armed with broad shoulders, is a strong presence on the glass and a solid rim protector.

CHARLIE WEBER | 6’8 F | BISHOP O’CONNELL (VA)

Charlie Weber

Look for Charlie Weber to make serious noise this spring with 6th Man Warriors. At around 6-foot-8, he is a knock down shooter with bounce and a very strong work rate.

KAMARI WILLIAMS | 6’7 F | ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL (MD)

Kamari Williams

Another one to watch on the 6th Man Warriors this spring will be Kamari Williams. He’s got length at 6’7, and can do a variety of things on the court. Williams will need to continue to polish his skill set and become more of a threat off the dribble, but he is more than capable of knocking down long-range jumpers from the catch.