Posted On: 02/12/19 12:00 PM

WASHINGTON, DC -- One thing was certain about Monday night's IAC finale between St. Albans and Bullis; the Bulldogs would win no matter the result. Ultimately, it was Bullis who prevailed by a final count of 65-53. We take a look back at this contest by highlighting five intriguing prospects.

MALCOLM ALEXANDER | BULLIS '20

Malcolm Alexander is one of the tallest players on this Bullis roster. Somewhere between 6-foot-4, and 6-foot-5, Alexander is a skilled wing with legit guard skills. He's efficient with the ball, creates separation off the bounce, has a smooth stroke from the perimeter, and a great mid range game. The next step in his development will be to take advantage of his size and be more consistent defensively and on the boards. 

ROWAN BRUMBAUGH | ST. ALBANS '22

As his team's primary ball-handler, Rowan Brumbaugh dealt with tremendous pressure applied by Bullis guard Erik Reynolds, who is one of the premier on-ball defenders in the conference. Brumbaugh has excellent size and court vision for just a freshman, but is still clearly growing into his body, improving defensively, and gaining invaluable experience as he's been thrown

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