Posted On: 11/14/19 12:41 PM

FORESTVILLE, MD – Bishop McNamara hosted New Hope for a preseason scrimmage on Wednesday evening, and Prep Hoops was in the gym for this contest. Here we recap the scrimmage with a brief rundown of five takeaways.

MUSTANGS BOAST DEEP STABLE OF LEAD GUARDS

It seemed like McNamara started a different point guard to begin each quarter. Ed Johnson III, the lefty junior, started off the game strongly by knocking down a couple of perimeter jumpers. He then showcased his playmaking ability by seeing the floor well and distributing the ball to his teammates. Kenny Womack, another lefty who has committed to Howard, was in the game to start the second quarter and asserted himself immediately. Womack was a vocal presence on the floor and played good defense. Offensively, he got to the basket at will and finished well through contact. Womack also hit a three-pointer to show that he must be accounted for on the perimeter. Jaden Johnson, a promising freshman, started the third quarter and played very well. He is a strong guard who demonstrated a confident handle, embraced contact in the paint and showed that he can finish in traffic. Johnson also displayed good court vision. He

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