Posted On: 01/18/21 6:56 PM

SPRINGFIELD, VA -- Multiple local teams were in action on Sunday and Monday at the NIBC Invitational. Here is a rundown of the top performers from schools in Maryland or Virginia. 

Camryn CarterCamrynCarter6'2" | CGOak Hill Academy | 2021StateVA | Oak Hill Academy ’21

Camryn CarterCamrynCarter6'2" | CGOak Hill Academy | 2021StateVA applied relentless pressure on his opponents on both ends of the floor throughout the NIBC Invitational. The long lanky guard routinely defended the top perimeter player on the opposing team and was very disruptive because of his length and toughness. Carter is an above the rim finisher who is quick like a cat and devastating in transition but he can also torch you with his perimeter jumper.

Ismail HabibIsmailHabib6'0" | PGBishop Walsh | 2021StateMD | Bishop Walsh ’21

Ismail HabibIsmailHabib6'0" | PGBishop Walsh | 2021StateMD’s performances steadily improved over the course of the Spartans’ time at The St. James. He’s a big-time shot-maker who can create instant offense because he can stop on a dime and pull up or got to his signature step back. The Austin Peay commit hit crucial shots to help Bishop Walsh preserve its first win of the season. 

DeShawn Harris-SmithDeShawnHarris-Smith6'4" | SFPaul VI | 2023StateVA | Paul VI ’23

One thing you can expect from DeShawn Harris-SmithDeShawnHarris-Smith6'4" | SFPaul VI | 2023StateVA is

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