Posted On: 05/1/20 10:45 AM

Throughout the next few weeks here on Prep Hoops and especially here on Prep Hoops Maryland, we’ll be breaking down our top 10 player at all five positions for each class. These lists are never easy to compile. Not only having to pick and choose 10 players, but also the fact that today’s basketball has become more positionless than we’ve ever seen. There always seems to be debates with this topic. Who is a point guard? Should they be considered more of a combo guard? Is he a forward or a center? Or will they have to transition to the wing at the college level?

For this specific series, we will be categorizing players on what position they fill for their current high school team based off the 2019-20 season.

1. D’Angelo StinesD’AngeloStines6'2" | CGMount St. Joseph | 2021StateMD | 6’2 | Mt. St. Joseph

Stines played off the ball as more of a scoring two-guard this season. It was his first year at the varsity level after developing his game on JV for his first two high school seasons. It took a few games for Stines to adjust, but once he began seeing shots fall, his confidence immediately soared as did his

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