Posted On: 12/31/19 6:16 PM

The new year is upon us. It's a chance for fresh starts and endless possibilities. In the high school basketball world, the change in calendar mean that for seniors, there's just a few months left in their high school careers. Focusing on the Baltimore area, there have been a number of seniors who've made arguments with their play as to why they should be receiving more attention from college programs. For this article, I'll break down a handful of those prospects. 

Brandon Murray | 6'4 | Poly

Murray may be putting together the most impressive season in the area when it comes to uncommitted players .The 6-foot-4 guard is asserting his athleticism consistently throughout games whether it be in transition or the half court. Murray has already collected his fair share of poster dunks. Where he's also shined is his three-point shooting. This aspect is what will truly give him value at the next level. He's consistently knocked down his three's off the catch and has shown improvement in his awareness and IQ of where to be as the offense flows. North Texas recently offered Murray after dominating in the Beach Ball Classic, but I still have plenty

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