Posted On: 06/17/20 5:00 PM

Who are the top interior scorers 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 best interior scorers 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. 

Brock DavisBrockDavis6'4" | SFGeorgetown Day | 2022StateMD | Georgetown Day ’22

At about 6-foot-4, Davis might be considered an undersized forward in many scenarios, but he's still very effective when scoring in the paint. He's a relentless finisher who loves getting downhill off the bounce but can also score with his back to the basket.

Christian De La Rosa | EL Haynes ’21

De La Rosa's back to the basket game is still developing, but he's extremely active, especially on the offensive glass. He's a legit lob and putback threat at 6-foot-5.

Nicholas Evans | Gonzaga ’22

A hidden gem in Gonzaga's program, Evans could be

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