Posted On: 09/12/19 6:49 AM

This past Saturday, the seventh annual DMV Elite 80 took place at on the campus of Dr. Henry A Wise. Jr. High School. This event has been a stage for the up and coming stars of the area who are now featured playing at the highest level.

This year’s roster was once again filled with talented prospects. For this series, I’ll be taking a look at the standouts from each position. Let's take a look at the standout wings.

Quinton Mincey | 6'6 | '20 Eleanor Roosevelt

Mincey pleased the crowd with his array of dunks throughout the afternoon. The Mount St. Mary's commit took every opportunity he could to exude his athleticism whether it was by him dunking or chasing down a player in transition for a block. He competed well and also did a nice job of finding open teammates once getting into the paint.

Max Brooks | 6'6 | '20 St. Charles

This was my first time seeing Brooks live and I was impressed. He has tremendous length at 6-foot-6 and utilizes it when attacking the rim and finishing over defenders. His offensive skill set on the perimeter is

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