Posted On: 11/4/20 7:11 AM

This past spring and summer there was a ton of movement from players. COVID-19 restrictions and fear that certain county or leagues wouldn’t participate this winter put that statement on steroids. Here, we’ll take a look at the top 25 impact transfers.

1. 2021 Jakai RobinsonJakaiRobinson6'4" | SFRock Creek Christian | 2021State#53NationMD to Rock Creek Christian (from National Christian)-Miami commit brings size at 6-foot-5, toughness and playmaking to a Rock Creek Christian team who should challenge some of the top competition in the area.

2. 2022 Rodney RiceRodneyRice6'3" | CGDeMatha | 2022State#49NationMD to DeMatha (from Bullis)-Provides the Stags with another dynamic scorer in the backcourt who can also handle the ball for spurts throughout games. 

3. 2021 Brayon FreemanBrayonFreeman6'1" | CGNational Christian | 2021State#204NationMD to National Christian (from Huntington Prep)-Elite scorer and playmaker who will be leaned on heavily by new head coach Kenny Johnson. Helps put a band aid on the wound of Robinson leaving.

4. 2022 Masai TroutmanMasaiTroutman6'5" | SFSt. Andrew's | 2022StateMD to St. Andrew’s (from St. John’s Catholic Prep)-One of the top stock risers in the local 2022 class who brings athleticism, energy and scoring ability on the wing.

5. Ismail HabibbIsmailHabibb5'11" | PGLincoln Park | 2021MD to Bishop Walsh (from Lincoln Park)-A high-level shot maker from the point guard position

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