Posted On: 09/3/20 3:15 PM

We are about to wrap up what has been the most unprecedented summer in AAU basketball history as COVID-19 prohibited any live evaluations periods to occur. Nevertheless, programs and facilities worked together in order to give players a platform as college coaches watched via live stream. Before May, it looked like the chances of having any basketball this summer were very slim, but fortunately that wasn’t the case and players were able to boost their stock along the way.

For this series, we’ll be taking a look at stock risers from the area in various classes.

For guards part one, click here!

For guards part two, click here!

For wing prospects, click here!

Abdou SambAbdouSamb6'8" | CFrederick Douglass | 2021StateMD | 6’8 | Frederick Douglass/DC Premier

Samb was one of the biggest overall stock risers regardless of class in the area this spring/summer as his recruitment boomed. In the span of May-July, the 6-foot-8 forward picked up 10 of his 12 current offers. East Carolina, East Tennessee State, Elon, George Mason, Hampton, Kent State, Rhode Island, Robert Morris, Southeastern Lousiana and Towson were among the 10 schools with Mount St. Mary’s and Stony Brook rounding out the full

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