Posted On: 02/15/21 6:11 PM

We are now less than a week away from the MIAA A Conference officially tipping off. As we continue to preview the league, we’ll move onto looking at the prospects who could be considered for the Most Improved Player of the Year award. There’s always a chance of a player not including on this list breaking out and making an argument for himself, but heading into the shortened schedule, these are the players I predict will have the best chance.

Sean CarrSeanCarr6'6" | PFMount St. Joseph | 2021StateMD | 6’6 | Mount St. Joseph ’21

Carr is primed to take on a much bigger role than last season and has made significant improvements to his game that prepares him to do so. He grew close to an inch and is standing a legit 6-foot-6, but it’s the improved explosion within his athleticism that allows him to play much bigger. He added to his offensive skillset over the summer and now is equipped with a capable jumper from beyond the arc, which makes him a pick-and-pop threat. The overall polish Carr has implemented into his game is shown in his confident approach when he’s on the floor. Last season he filled more a

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