Posted On: 09/8/19 7:33 AM

Yesterday at Wise High School in Upper Malboro, Maryland, the seventh annual DMV Elite 80 took place featuring players from Maryland, D.C. and Virginia. This event has a long history of featuring players who reach the highest of levels. 

In this year's event, there weren't as many prospects hailing from Baltimore, but the ones who were had productive outings. For this article I'll break down how each Baltimore prospect made their impact.

Isaac James | 6'8 | '20 St. Frances

James had the biggest impact out of this group. The 6-foot-8 St. Frances forward displayed obvious development in his perimeter skills. He made his presence known early on by dominating the defensive glass and pushing the tempo himself. James executed successful advance passes on the break and fit the ball in small windows to sprinting teammates in stride for scores. In the half court, James broke his man down off the dribble, got into the paint and either found open teammates or scored with soft touch.

Byron Ireland | 6'2 | '21 St. Frances

Ireland was effective as a slasher throughout the game portion of the event. He played well off the penetration of others and

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