Posted On: 03/16/19 8:50 AM

COLLEGE PARK, MD -- State final four action resumed on Friday where several new prospects came to the forefront. Below is a look at five who intrigued us from the 2A Classification. 

JADEN BAKER | 6'1 G | WICOMICO '20

Jaden Baker did not shoot the ball particularly well on Friday, but did a lot of other things that contributed to his team's win. The 6-foot-1 guard took a charge, which won't show up on the stat sheet, but also put up some impressive all-around numbers. Baker finished the game with 10 rebounds (9 defensive), 8 assists (3 turnovers), 2 steals and a block to go along with 7 points. His craftiness and overall feel for the game were impressive.

ZAC BLACKWELL | 5'10 G | PATTERSON '20

Zac Blackwell showcased elite defensive traits in Patterson's win over Thomas Stone. The junior guard, who finished with 14 points and 6 steals, pressured the ball with tremendous success due to his quick and active hands. Most of Blackwell's steals resulted in quick points in transition for the Clippers. 

TOMMY KELLY | 5'9 G | OAKDALE '20

Despite his shot not falling throughout the game, Tommy Kelly found other ways to contribute. Defensively,

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