Posted On: 03/7/21 7:18 AM

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. The current junior class has always been a fun group to watch develop over the past two and a half years. They’re now maturing physically and mentally to the point where we really see their potential being tapped into. Here’s who continues to stand out among the 2022 group.

Cameron Whitmore Cameron Whitmore 6'7" | PF Archbishop Spalding | 2022 State #97 Nation MD | 6’7 | Archbishop Spalding

Whitmore has cemented himself as the top prospect in the Baltimore Metro area regardless of class. His versatility and elite explosive athleticism allows himself to perform dunks, blocks and other plays you simply don’t see on a yearly basis. Since losing their opening game to St. Frances, Whitmore has this Cavaliers group surging and is averaging over 20 points per game as they sit with a 7-1 overall record.

Christian Winborne Christian Winborne 6'1" | PG The Gilman School (MD) | 2022 State #137 Nation MD | 6’2 | Gilman

The Hounds have experienced their fair share of struggles but Winborne refuses to let his team go down easily. The 6-foot-2 combo guard averages a league-high 24.5 points per game and has

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