Posted On: 05/27/19 5:00 AM

WASHINGTON, DC -- Prep Hoops was in the gym all weekend at Adidas DC and now its time to take a look back at what we learned. Below is a rundown of five takeaways from an eventful weekend.

2021 GUARDS SHINE

The local class of 2021 has plenty of talent, and this weekend several of the top guards in the class impressed. Elijah Hawkins and Saveon Jackson were a dynamic duo in the back court for New World. Angelo Brizzi played up with the 17's and made his impact felt on both ends of the court.

BIG MAN DOMINANCE PREVALENT

There were so many good post prospects we saw at Adidas. Some of the top rim protectors included Jamel Melvin, Favour Aire, and Jason Edokpayi. Offensively, New World's Dowar Jioklow was a matchup problem with his skill set in the mid and low post. Chris Smith was a physical bruiser who patrolled the paint for DC Thunder. And Team BBC's Jedy Cordilia might be one of the better long term post prospects in the local 2021 class. Cordilia has very soft hands and will only continue to improve as he grows into his body. 

DC THUNDER SHARPSHOOTERS IMPRESS

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