Posted On: 10/19/20 6:17 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. We’ve already taken a look at over a handful of guards who should enjoy standout junior seasons. Now, we move onto the wing prospects.

Cameron WhitmoreCameronWhitmore6'6" | PFArchbishop Spalding | 2022State#97NationMD | Archbishop Spalding

Whitmore has a strong argument to be the top overall prospect in the DMV as things stand today. When you consider his size at 6-foot-7, elite athleticism and his skillset that has improved at a rapid rate, you have the makings for a possible blue blood prospect. Whitmore will look to lead a Spalding team surrounded by quality talent to the MIAA and BCL mountaintop.

Christian WatsonChristianWatson6'5" | SFSt. John's | 2022State#216NationMD | St. John’s (DC)

Watson will take on a much bigger role for St. John’s this season. He’ll take the reigns from Ish Leggett (Rhode Island) and be depended upon to be a playmaker on the perimeter for both

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