Posted On: 02/10/20 6:02 AM

Another week of Baltimore high school hoops is in the books and we are in the portion of the season where every game matters. When the lights are bright and the pressure is at its peak, that's when the best player rise to the top. I was able to see four games throughout the week and there was no shortage of talent. Not only locally, but nationally thanks to the East Coast Bump event that was held on the campus of UMBC. 

Here are my evaluations from the past week:

Jordan Strickland | Parkville '20

For years, Strickland has been an effective undersized forward for Parkville. At 6-foot-4 he's likely compiled the most double-double performances in Baltimore County over the last two years. In their win over Loch Raven last Wednesday, he was one of the biggest players on the floor which led to him feasting on the glass and finishing routinely in the paint. If Strickland is facing another forward his height, more times than not he's going to win that match up. He recorded 18 points on the night while scoring on the block with his back to the basket, from the mid-range in

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