Posted On: 10/6/20 8:51 AM

The dust is beginning to settle for many of the top prospects in the 2021 class. Now more than ever, we’re seeing college commitments left and right due to the uncertainty of a season this winter. Still, there are players flying under the radar that I hope to shed some light on with this article. I’ll be focusing on the players in the Baltimore Metro area who hold minimum or no offers, but show plenty of potential to be productive at the next level.

Bobby HillBobbyHill6'5" | PFReservoir | 2021StateMD | 6’7 | Reservoir/Team STAT

Hill may be the biggest head-scratcher when it comes to flying under the radar. I’m not claiming him to be a Division I gem, but the fact that high Division II programs aren’t doing all they can to lock him in is what surprises me. At 6-foot-7, the southpaw can mix up his scoring attack and be a threat from all three levels. He’s still developing his game off the bounce, but has ability to catch in the mid-range, face-up and beat his match-up off the dribble, finishing at the basket or drawing a foul. He plays with an admirable motor and rebounds well defensively.

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