Posted On: 08/17/20 5:00 AM

We aren’t exactly sure when the 2020-2021 season will begin, but basketball never stops at Prep Hoops. As we prepare for another season, the staff will be hitting you with several preseason nuggets. This series aims to highlight 30 of the best young cores from within and around the DMV. A “young core” consists of players with at least two full years of high school basketball remaining. This includes prospects from the class of 2022 and younger. Here is a brief rundown of #15-11.

#15 | Bullis (MD)

Wilson: With the departure of Rodney RiceRodneyRice6'3" | CGDeMatha | 2022State#49NationMD to DeMatha, Bullis is going to have to rely on a good amount of young pieces. Gideon SahlenGideonSahlen6'9" | CBullis | 2022StateMD is an underrated skill post player that can impact on both ends of the floor. Zane AdnanZaneAdnan6'2" | CGBullis | 2023StateMD is one of the more promising 2023 guards and got a good amount of playing time during his freshman year so he will bring a good spark for Bullis. New to Bullis this year is 6’6 forward Adam AngwafoAdamAngwafo6'6" | PFBullis | 2022StateMD who will provide a good physical presence in the frontcourt. 

#14 | Mount Saint Joseph (MD)

Giacubeno: Mount St. Joe holds the crown

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