Posted On: 05/11/20 4:55 PM

We try our best here at Prep Hoops to have extensive player rankings for each class. Every year there are tough decisions and players who just miss out on making the list, but still have plenty of potential to contribute at the collegiate level. The following list of players are some names from the Baltimore area who don’t appear in our rankings, but fit the script to be productive DIII or possibly scholarship level players with a big senior season.

Viktor Stepanovski | 6'0 | St. Maria Goretti

Even though Goretti is located in Frederick, they belong to the BCL which means I see them in action often. Stepanovski was a newcomer to this year's team and took over as the primary ball handler. He made progress throughout his junior season and looks to be a solid DIII or possible DII prospect given his IQ, anticipation as a passing point guard and understanding of his role. His athleticism and quickness aren't strong suits, but Stepanovski has a tight handle and uses quick twitch, change of pace moves to keep his defender on their heels. If he gets an edge, he's always looking to get into the paint where

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