Posted On: 12/11/19 7:17 AM

For the past 10 years, the National Hoopfest has brought together some of the best teams from across the country to compete with each other, and giving the opportunity for big time DC area teams to see how they stack up nationally. This year was no different, and while we were only able to attend the first day of the stacked two day set, there was still plenty of talent from all over the country in attendance. Here's a look at part two of the senior standouts from Saturday.

Mark Williams | 7’1” C | IMG (FL)

The Norfolk native was back in the area for IMG who was playing their first game without Jalen Johnson, and despite losing a close one to local Paul VI, Williams was arguably the best player on the floor from a two way standpoint. The 7’1” giant was dominant in the paint on both ends, as he protected the rim blocking and altering shots on both ends, he finished efficiently in the paint and he dominated the glass when he was in the game. He simply can do things most humans can’t do on the basketball court with his length, and he

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