Posted On: 06/3/20 6:05 AM

Being able to handle the basketball as a dribbler has been a staple in the game since its existence. While you can pass your way up the floor, there’s no denying the value of a player being able to get into the paint, force the defense to collapse and make a play for themselves or others.

For this article, we’ll look at the top 10 ball handlers in the Baltimore area.

1. Ryan ConwayRyanConway6'0" | CGDulaney | 2021State#76NationMD | 6’1 | Dulaney

Conway has been mixing defenders up since the middle school scene with his quick array of crossovers. Whether it’s a long cross or a short, change of direction crossover, the Seton Hall commit knows how to get space from his defender. It also doesn’t make things easier for the defender with Conway being a threat to score as soon as he crosses half court.

2. Ausar CrawleyAusarCrawley5'8" | PGMount St. Joseph | 2021StateMD | 5’8 | Mount St. Joseph

Crawley is more of a strategic dribbler than a guy who wants to be put on a mixtape. That’s not to say he can’t make a defender look silly, but you won’t see Crawley pounding the ball without profit. It’s what

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