Posted On: 07/1/19 7:55 PM

This past Wednesday, our updated rankings for the 2021 class released. There has been significant movement throughout as players capitalized off of strong endings to their respective high school seasons and have been productive so far this summer.

For this set of articles, I’ll break down the prospects from the Baltimore area that landed in the rankings.

Khyrie Staten | 6’2 | St. Frances/Crusader Nation

Ranking: No. 58

To start last season, Staton had a very limited role on St. Frances, but he continued to work his way into the rotation with tremendous effort on the defensive side of the ball. As the season progressed, he became a more confident shooter from outside playing alongside the playmakers that demand the defense’s attention. This spring, Staten is coming into his own and asserting himself often, but is still smart about his decision-making as a scorer. 

Clarence Obijulu | 6’7 | City/Team Thrill

Ranking: No. 59

Obijulu has solid size and great athleticism that he can bring to the front court. He’s a good competitor that plays with a high motor

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