Posted On: 04/30/20 5:00 PM

Prep Hoops Maryland recently updated its class of 2023 rankings, and now it's time to take a closer look. Here is a breakdown of the DC Area's top-four utility players from the freshman class.

1) JASON MOORE | DEMATHA | OVERALL RANK: #15

Football is almost certainly in Moore's future, as he's already got offers from most of the top programs in the country. But he can get it done on the hardwood as well. Moore is a physically imposing paint presence who moves bodies and protects the rim. He has the quickness to defend ball screens at a high-level and the strength to hold his own in the post. Moore plays with a high motor, has strong hands, is always available for dump-offs, and demonstrates touch around the basket.

2) KA'RON ELSTON | BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE | OVERALL RANK: #26

Elston looked like B-CC's best player at times. He is a big wing with long arms. Listed at 6-foot-3 178 pounds, Elston is a plus defender who can guard several different positions. He is a capable floor spacer who shoots it with touch and has a nice base skillset to build from moving forward.

3) LEO SIEGEL | ST.

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