Posted On: 12/14/19 12:54 PM

POTOMAC, MD – The opening round of the annual Bullis Holiday Classic is officially in the books, and now it’s time to reflect on what we saw. Coaches from Brown, GW, Holy Cross, Loyola (MD), Marymount, Navy St. Joe’s, St. Mary’s (MD), and Temple were spotted in the gym throughout the day. Here is a rundown of 10 standouts from Friday’s action.

ANTHONY BLUNT | 6’2 PG | PALLOTTI ‘20

Blunt was solid on both ends of the floor. He was solid at the point of attack defensively. Blunt was active on the boards and boxed out his man consistently. He looked to get downhill consistently and proved that he could deal with physicality well. Blunt also did a nice job setting up his teammates for easy buckets.

 LORENZ BOYKIN | 6’0 G | BENEDICTINE ‘20

Boykin plays with high energy and has a sneaky good skill set. He can create his shot with a go-to step-back move that he uses and can hit that mid-range jump shot consistently. Boykin is a crafty finisher around the rim but can also step out and knock down the three-ball with his feet set.

JALEN BRYANT | JOHN CARROLL ‘21

Bryant was the

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