Posted On: 10/15/20 6:00 AM

Winter is approaching and while there is still uncertainty for the high school season, some leagues around the DMV are formulating plans for start dates. With that being the case, it’s the most opportune time to begin previewing players who should experience breakout seasons in 2020-21. The first group will be the 2022 guards.

Devin DinkinsDevinDinkins5'9" | PGGonzaga | 2022StateMD | Gonzaga

Dinkins took over the reigns of the offense for head coach Steve Turner as a sophomore and took tremendous strides throughout the season. The 5-foot-9 floor general is a fearless competitor with an elite outside shooting presence.

Christian WinborneChristianWinborne6'2" | PGGilman | 2022State#137NationMD | Gilman

If Winborne’s performance throughout the summer and this fall is a sign for what the future holds, high-major programs better get with the program. The 6-foot-2 lead guard can log crooked scoring numbers and can do so from anywhere on the floor. Winborne plays with an edge that any team’s lead guard needs and does all the little things to will his team to victory.

Judah MintzJudahMintz6'4" | SGGonzaga | 2022State#68NationMD | Gonzaga

Mintz was utilized as a sixth man early in the 2019-20 season before being inserted into the starting lineup

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