Posted On: 02/4/21 5:00 PM

SPRINGFIELD, VA -- The St. James Winter League resumed on Tuesday. Here are six takeaways from the action. 

DC Lions and Arlington Blue are loaded with prospects

The first game of the evening featured the DC Lions vs. Arlington Blue. Led by the dynamic unsigned senior twins, Kent KingKentKing6'3" | SFArchbishop Carroll | 2021StateMD and Kris KingKrisKing6'3" | SFArchbishop Carroll | 2021StateMD, the Lions fought back from an early deficit to pull off an impressive win. 2022 guards Rob LawsonRobLawson5'9" | PGArchbishop Carroll | 2022StateMD and Cam’ron BrownCam’ronBrown5'10" | PGArchbishop Carroll | 2022StateMD were very good at the point of attack defensively. 2022 wings Cavan ReillyCavanReilly6'3" | SGBishop O'Connell | 2022StateVA and Christian MayChristianMay6'4" | SFBishop O'Connell | 2022StateVA were outstanding for Arlington Blue. Reilly shot 4 of 7 from deep. May scored 10 efficient points from all three levels before fouling out, but he was a difference-maker defensively and was missed down the stretch. 2023 point guard Brendan Robinson boosted his stock with a rock-solid two-way performance off the bench.

Chace DavisChaceDavis6'2" | CGSt. Andrew's | 2021StateMD impresses during workmanlike double shift

Unsigned senior Chace DavisChaceDavis6'2" | CGSt. Andrew's | 2021StateMD contributed to two wins on Tuesday. First, he led the Postoak Lions to a comprehensive victory over Koa Prep. Then he ran with his amigo Darius JohnsonDariusJohnson6'0" | PGEpiscopal | 2021State#159NationVA and helped his

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