Posted On: 09/16/19 5:33 PM

In this week's DMV Roundtable, the Prep Hoops Maryland trio tackles questions and address which sophomores are ready to take the next step, teams that many could be overlooking and the ways to catch college coach's and evaluators eyes at the Top 250 Expo this Saturday.

1. Who do you see taking the biggest step for the 2022 class this season?

Giacubeno: There are a few guys in the Baltimore area that could fit the bill for this question. At the top, it's Noah Batchelor from Glenelg Country. Not only did the versatile 6-foot-7 forward get invited to USA Basketball Mini-Camp this summer, he parlayed his efforts into multiple high major offers. Batchelor transferred from St. Maria Goretti to Glenelg Country and will see plenty of opportunities come his way throughout the course of games. The Dragons have a young, talented and interesting roster, but Batchelor will be leaned on heavily as a consistent leader despite only being a sophomore.

Other guys like Everett Cooper (McDonogh), Antonio Hamlin (Mount St. Joe), Tyson Commander (John Carroll) and Christian Winborne (Gilman) all have an argument as well.

Ayalew: George Perkins from Sidwell Friends. He’s looked good in recent

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