Posted On: 11/25/19 4:22 PM

The high school basketball season has officially begun. Tryouts have just kicked off with players trying to earn a spot on the varsity team. Seniors have already proven themselves to their coaches during their high school careers, but that does not mean they have nothing to gain. Here are the 2020 prospects who have the most to gain this season.

Jabri Abdur-Rahim, 6'5 SG/SF Blair Academy

It's hard to imagine the top-ranked senior has much to gain, but Abdur-Rahim does. The Virginia commit has the opportunity to play in the McDonald's All-American Game, if he puts together a strong senior season. The 6'5 wing is a solid all-around player as he can score from all three levels, defend on the perimeter and make plays in the half-court. Abdur-Rahim is a terrific player who should have a stellar college career at Virginia, but he needs a strong senior season to make the McDonald's All-American Game.

DJ Alicea, 6'2 CG Dayton

Alicea is one of the top Group 1 players, but has not drawn a ton of interest from colleges. The 6'2 guard is a scoring machine who had 17 20-point games as a junior. He excels at getting to the free

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