Posted On: 04/8/20 6:02 AM

The freshmen class is always the most difficult to rank given their young age and untapped potential. There’s a good chance our list will look drastically different by the time these players are heading into their senior seasons, if not sooner. However we did get the opportunity to see a handful of freshmen in the Baltimore area who contributed consistently for the respective school at the varsity level, while others earned a ranking by dominating at the junior varsity level. For this series, I’ll break down the prospects featured in our top 50 who play in the Baltimore area. We move to the wing/forwards.

For part one of the guards, click here.

Kwame EvansKwameEvans6'7" | SFBaltimore Poly | 2023State#17NationMD | 6’9 | Poly

Current ranking: 2

Evans is one of the most unique prospects not only in the DMV area, but the country when scanning the 2023 class. His elite size, length and shooting ability from the wing position are all prized in today’s game. The 6-foot-9 lefty has a quick trigger off the catch with great form and gets textbook rotation on the ball. He was a crucial floor spacer for Poly, who had a plethora of players who

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