Posted On: 09/16/20 11:52 AM

We just concluded what was the most unique summer we’ve seen in grassroots basketball. Due to the pandemic, college coaches were unable to get out for live evaluation periods. Instead, they leaned on what they gathered in film, high school/AAU coaches or us scouts to help confirm things about players that were on their radar. While there were still a ton of offers thrown out, it was rough for the prospects that fly under the radar and are the type to win coaches over with the little things they can bring.

For this article, we’ll look at 10 prospects in the Maryland/DC area who still stand without an offer who likely would’ve generated buzz had coaches been allowed out to events.

Clarence ObiajuluClarenceObiajulu6'7" | CNational Christian | 2021StateMD | 6’7 | Team Thrill

Obiajulu is all of 6-foot-7 and boasts brute strength and a nice frame in the frontcourt. While he’s still developing his perimeter and mid-range skills, Obiajulu is the ultimate workhorse and a prospect that doesn’t need the ball to make his presence felt. This summer for an undefeated Team Thrill 17U group, he started at center and although undersized, controlled the glass using his body to clear the

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