Posted On: 10/15/19 7:04 AM

As September came to a close, we updated our player rankings for each class. For this series, we'll take a look at the Baltimore prospects who appeared in those updated rankings. Since I cover the Baltimore area heavily, I'll specifically be breaking down the guards, wings and forwards who made the cut.

Ryan Conway | 6'1 | Dulaney/Team Melo

Ranking: No. 2

Conway proved to the entire country just how dynamic of a scorer he can be after an impressive showing in the EYBL Circuit. The 6-foot-1 point guard averaged 17.7 points per game through the 12 games on the circuit and 22.8 points in the four games during the Peach Invitational. He did with extreme efficiency.

His shooting splits:

EYBL (12 games): 45/87.1/41.4

Peach Invitational: 53.1/88.9/42.9

For a Dulaney team that lost significant scoring due to transfers, it'll mean Conway will have to pick up the slack. Considering how effective he was this summer, I expect him to become not only one of the most prolific scorers in Baltimore, but in the entire DMV area.


Ahmad Harrison | 6'1 | City/Team Thrill

Ranking: No. 29

Harrison made the move from Gerstell to City after

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