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Posted On: 05/28/20 4:49 PM

In my Baltimore player breakdowns by class, we’ve now reached the group of freshmen from this past season. There were plenty of diaper dandies that logged significant minutes for their respective teams and witnessed steady growth as they gained experience. We move onto the wings and forwards of this class who stood out this past season on the varsity level.

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1. Kwame EvansKwameEvans6'7" | SFBaltimore Poly | 2023State#17NationMD | 6’8 | Poly

Evans is arguably the top freshman locally in the 2023 class. At 6-foot-8 with elite length, he showcased a deadly three-point shot as the lefty played a ton of minutes for the nationally ranked Engineers. Evans looked extremely comfortable in Poly’s upset win over IMG Academy recording 16 points and grabbing nine rebounds in the effort. Throughout the season he hinted his versatility off the bounce as well and became a consistent defensive rebounder who could push the tempo himself. While there’s an argument for whether or not he’s the top player locally at this point, there’s little doubt that he has the highest ceiling of the group.

2. Jayden Baker | 6’4 | Parkville

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