District 8 matchup – Dragons vs Woodchucks

Posted On: 08/4/20 2:13 PM

Some consider the class of 2022 to be deeper than the class of 2021. I have had the opportunity to watch some of these prospects in workouts and in live play. However, at some point, there must begin separation. In the coming weeks, I will be looking closely to determine who has really worked to improve their game and which prospects are competitors. Competitors are truly lacking today. Guys who compete, bring it offensive and defensively. Furthermore, they push and motivate their teams with their actions. This has been a part of conversations across the recruiting landscape. Any player looking to take their game to its next level must be the toughest competitor at his position, in his matchup, in that particular game, and the tournament they are playing.

Solomon WashingtonSolomonWashington6'7" | PFCarver | 2022StateLA 6’7" SF Carver

I had a chance to Washington at the LivOn practices, in a scrimmage, and the Power 24. He has been steady and consistent, even hitting 2 3 point shots in the Select 1 one scrimmage, plus a crowd wowing meet be above the rim shot block. Washington played in 4 games at the Power 24 tournament two at the 16U and two

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