Posted On: 01/19/20 5:00 AM

Jamie Kaiser, a class of 2023 wing from Lake Braddock, has been one of the best finds of this season so far. Listed at 6-foot-4, 190 pounds, the lanky 15-year-old wing who is known for his spot-up shooting ability, but he doesn't pigeonhole himself. As we saw during a recent win at Fairfax, when his shot isn't falling, Kaiser finds other ways to impact the game.

"I usually try to get the team involved and just hustle," he told Prep Hoops. "When I'm open, I usually knock down shots, but if not I just try to get to the basket."

Kaiser said that he worked hard during the offseason to improve his ability to attack the basket, which was on full display on Friday night in Fairfax. He also noted that his passing ability is one of the more underrated aspects of his game.

"I need to work on guarding quicker guards," Kaiser explained. "I'm a lanky wing, so I need to work on that."

Throughout the season, Kaiser has seen his role grow from just being a glue guy who hustles, to a key cog in the offense. Coach Metress and his staff have put trust in the freshman,

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