Posted On: 03/31/20 5:47 AM

Even when the sports world (and much of the every day world as we know it) is currently experiencing a standstill, the coverage from Prep Hoops continues. For this week’s roundtable discussion, the Prep Hoops Maryland trio addresses questions based on the 2020, 2021 and 2022 class. At the conclusion of every high school season we take time to reflect on what we saw to help predict what’s to come. Let’s dive in.

1. As we prepare to dismiss the 2020 class for the 2019-20 season, who outside the top 10 do you see having the most productive season as a freshman for their college program?

Giacubeno: After what I saw this season with Jason EdokpayiJasonEdokpayi6'7" | PFMount Saint Joseph | 2020StateMD, I think he has potential to contribute for Fairfield as soon as he steps foot on campus. The 6-foot-7 forward still needs to polish his perimeter defense (lateral quickness) and his feel for the game as a passer, but what he hangs his hat on is his relentless work ethic on the boards, springy athleticism and his shot making from 15 feet and in. Making adjustments to the Division I level can always be difficult for frontcourt players, but

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