Posted On: 10/17/20 9:22 PM

With practice beginning all over the state, we will begin player breakdowns to highlight various players from north and south Louisiana. These players should be top players in their respective classes and will make a mark on the prep scene.

Nick MarylandNickMaryland6'2" | CGSimsboro | 2022StateLA is one of the hidden gems of class B and in north Louisiana.  Last season, this 2022 guard was part of the Simsboro Tiger team who came within a missed three pointer from being back-to-back-to-back state champions.  Maryland played alongside two of the best players in class B, Kalep CraneKalepCrane6'0" | CGSimsboro | 2020StateLA and Jakemin AbneyJakeminAbney6'3" | CGSimsboro | 2020StateLA.  Now, as a junior, Maryland will be looking to leave his mark on the Tiger program and hopefully reclaim what they lost to Doyline last spring.  

Offense

Maryland is still rounding his offensive game into form.  He is a lefty who scores more from defensive plays in transition situations and also from penetration to the paint.  Maryland takes advantage of his quickness and the fact that he is left handed.  Because most people guard him as if he was a righty, he takes advantage by getting to the cup.  Maryland is also a very good rebounding

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