Posted On: 06/1/20 6:01 AM

Versatility has become the most valuable aspect in a prospect in today’s game. A player’s ability to contribute to a multitude of statistical categories, defend multiple positions and be used in different roles can drastically bolster their stock. For this list, we’ll break down the top 10 most versatile prospects in the 2021 class around the Baltimore area. These players vary by position and are being listed in according to how they’re used on their current high school team.

1. Jared BillupsJaredBillups6'5" | SFMcDonogh | 2021StateMD | 6’6 | McDonogh

Billups has the perfect frame and size for the versatile wing mold that coaches long for in today’s game. At 6-foot-6 with broad shoulders and a chiseled body, Billups has the athleticism and quickness to guard positions 1-4 effectively. He rebounds, pushes the tempo, can score above the rim, finish through contact and is becoming more efficient as a catch-and-shoot threat from three. He currently holds offers from Brown, Bryant, Bucknell, Loyola (MD), Mount St. Mary’s and UMass-Lowell.

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

Stines broke out midway through his junior season as he started to find his niche. Mount St.

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