Posted On: 08/6/20 6:17 AM

As the summer creeps forward, we’re starting to see many of the 2021 prospects make their decisions. There was plenty of uncertainty as to how COVID-19 would impact recruitment. We’re now seeing more and more prospects pulling the trigger without having visited campuses in person. 

Let’s take a look at what went on this past week in the Maryland/D.C area.


2021 Mount St. Joe/Mid-Atlantic Select guard D’Angelo StinesD’AngeloStines6'2" | CGMount St. Joseph | 2021StateMD made his pledge to Old Dominion. Stines is a 6-foot-3 combo guard who saw his stock rise after his tremendous play in the second half of the season. He was a prospect that was predicted to take full advantage of the spring and summer travel circuits to possibly boost his stock further, but he felt that the relationship he and the Old Dominion coaching staff built over the last month was enough. The other schools that were vying for Stines include Howard, Loyola (MD), Mount St. Mary’s and Quinnipiac. Stines will head to Virginia where he spent years of his childhood to play for head coach Jeff Jones where he should develop steadily as a player and earn a quality education.


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