Posted On: 01/17/20 5:00 AM

We've essentially passed the midway point of the season, with most teams playing most of the games on their respective schedules, and now its time to take a look back at what we've learned so far. Here is a rundown of 10 local class of 2021 prospects who've boosted their stock during the past couple of months. 

CHARLES AMO-YARTEY | JOHN PAUL THE GREAT

Amo-Yartey has fit in nicely with the Wolfpack. The 6-foot-1 guard has long arms, competes defensively, and is active on the glass. Amo-Yartey moves well without the ball. He has a nice in-between game and showcases good touch from the foul line. Right now, he is playing behind a trio of seniors but by this time next year, he could become one of the more consistent producers in Northern Virginia.

JAIDEN BUTLER | ST. CHARLES

Butler has shown good potential in the past, but it seems as though he's realized it this year. The 6-foot-5 forward is a forceful paint presence on the defensive end for the Spartans. Butler is developing a versatile scoring package on the offensive end as well. He's got great hands and can score inside out.

IKE ONU-CHIEDO | CHURCHILL

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