Posted On: 01/22/20 6:04 AM

Just days after earning the No. 19 ranking from ESPN's Top 25, the Poly Engineers took their home floor against Edmondson-Westside. The Red Storm has given Poly tough battles throughout the years, but this Engineers team is built to be one of the best teams ever assembled in the city of Baltimore. They flexed those muscles as they gained control from the opening tip and went on to overwhelm Edmondson by a final score of 83-37.

Here are five intriguing prospects we saw from the match up:

Brandon Murray | 6'5 | Poly '20

Murray was dominant from the opening tip as he got started being on the receiving end of a one-handed lob. He followed with a tomahawk finish in transition. After getting the Poly crowd engaged, he made a barrage of three’s off the catch. Edmonson came out early in a 3-2 zone. Murray did a nice job of remaining active, finding openings in the defense and cashing in on looks. Murray led the Engineers with 18 points on the night. He converted on all three of his triples in the second quarter.

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