Posted On: 03/4/21 1:29 PM

We are now halfway through the MIAA A Conference schedule and will be taking a look at the prospects from the various classes who have stood out thus far. This freshmen class isn’t as deep from top to bottom as we’ve been used to, but there is no shortage of new faces that have quickly become impact players in their respective rotations. Let’s take a look at the list of names who have impressed.

Bryson Tucker Bryson Tucker 6'5" | SF Mount St. Joseph | 2024 MD | 6’5 | Mount St. Joseph ’24

Tucker has caught the league by storm and is making a strong argument as being the top freshmen in the state of Maryland. A big reason for that argument to be true is his age. He’s 14 years old and still has room to grow. He’s wasted no time inserting himself into the Gaels’ starting lineup and producing at a rapid and efficient rate. Tucker is a three-level scorer who is also improving each game with his decision-making off the bounce. He’s a versatile defender and willing rebounder who has gained the instant respect of every teammate.

Derik Queen Derik Queen 6'8" | PF St. Frances | 2024 MD | 6’8 | St. Frances ’24

While Tucker was the

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