Posted On: 10/26/20 7:16 AM

The crew is back for another weekly roundtable taking a look some standouts that we’ve seen in gyms over the past couple of weeks. Also diving into 2022 prospects who are difficult to get a hold on and pointing out some of out of state transfers primed to make an impact for their new program.

1. We’ve each had the opportunity to get in gyms recently. If you were limited to one name, who was the most impressive prospect you saw?

Giacubeno: I had the chance to see George Washington commit Brayon FreemanBrayonFreeman6'1" | CGNational Christian | 2021StateMD play with National Christian at the Black Cager Showcase a couple of weekends back and really liked what I saw. He showcased his scoring prowess from all three levels, but also showed great awareness as a distributor and found teammates around the perimeter on a handful of occasions for three’s. Freeman’s approach certainly brings excitement every time he takes the floor and his skillset allows him to produce at a high level.

Ayalew: Derik Queen. His combination of size, skill, and mobility to go along with his feel for the game is truly unique.


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