MD Top 250 Upperclassmen Stock Risers

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Posted On: 09/25/18 5:00 AM

BALTIMORE, MD — The Prep Hoops Top 250 came to the Park School of Baltimore on Saturday, where the talent level was high and the competition fierce. Here we resume our coverage of the event by taking a closer look at five upperclassmen stock risers.

JOEMEL MCNAIR | ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI ’20

Joemel McNair was arguably the biggest stock riser in the camp. The crafty 6-foot-2 guard has always demonstrated a high basketball IQ, but what stood out about McNair most on Saturday was his improved athleticism. 

JAMES BERRY | BISHOP IRETON ’20

James Berry

In terms of 2020 prospects, James Berry was best when considering how high his ceiling is. At around 6-foot-3, Berry is a skilled and intelligent guard prospect with sneaky athleticism and an outstanding work ethic. 

TIMMY ADEDIRE | PERRY HALL ’20

Timmy Adedire

Timmy Adedire showed that he could not only make shots consistently with range from all over the floor, but also create for his teammates. At 6-foot-2, Adedire is a good athlete who likes to get up and down in transition, but can also be effective in a half court set.

ERIC BASS JR. | NEW TOWN ’19

Eric Bass

Eric Bass Jr. is a very crafty guard prospect who can score from a variety of angles. Bass has great touch around the basket, and a knack for getting into the paint with his quick first step and shiftiness. 

JOSHUA WALKER | DEMATHA ’20

Joshua Walker

Josh Walker is a sturdily built, athletic forward with a long wingspan and versatility. Walker had a good showing at the camp, especially on the defensive end, where he really stood out from among his peers at times.