Posted On: 06/12/20 5:00 PM

Who are the top ball-handlers currently attending school in the Nation’s Capital? The purpose of this article is to highlight some of the very best, regardless of class. Below you will find, listed in alphabetical order by last name, 10 of the top ball-handlers from Washington D.C. This is part of a series that will aim to highlight players based on various superlatives.

Note: these superlative lists will not be mutually exclusive. If someone can handle the ball and do something else (i.e. shoot) at a high level, they will be included in both lists. 

Mark AikenMarkAiken5'10" | CGThurgood Marshall | 2021StateMD | Thurgood Marshall ’21

Though he is often off the ball in favor of his twin brother Mike, Mark AikenMarkAiken5'10" | CGThurgood Marshall | 2021StateMD is more than capable of initiating offense with the ball in his hands. He’s skilled with the ball, adept at getting into the paint and making positive things happen. 

Michael AikenMichaelAiken5'9" | PGThurgood Marshall | 2021StateMD | Thurgood Marshall ’21

Along with his brother Mark, Michael AikenMichaelAiken5'9" | PGThurgood Marshall | 2021StateMD is responsible for most of the ball-handling duties at TMA. A crafty ball-handler who keeps others involved, he constantly slices through the defense like a hot knife through butter. 

Michael CheadleMichaelCheadle5'7" | PGDunbar | 2021StateMD

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