Posted On: 06/22/21 11:05 AM

DMV Live and DC Live did not disappoint. Here are my top-10 unheralded stars from the two events. 

#10 | Chali Taylor | Sidwell Friends (DC) ’23

Taylor is a good glue guy who played consistent minutes over the weekend. He has some defensive potential. Taylor anticpates well. He also made a nice shot fake to draw a foul when he caught a dump-off pass.

#9 | Lucas Sekasi | Woodrow Wilson (DC) ’24

Sekasi is an interesting long-term prospect who provides floor spacing. He made multiple threes over the course of the weekend.

#8 | Rashad Perry | McKinley Tech (DC) ’22

Perry is a lefty guard who applies relentless pressure on the ball and is very vigilant defensively. He is skilled with the ball on offense. Perry plays with a good pace and keeps the ball on a string. He uses pump fakes well.

#7 | Jaren Curtis | Bishop McNamara (MD) ’25

Curtis is an interesting long-term prospect who impressed on Saturday. He is a crafty finisher who rebounds his position. 

#6 | Dominique Bailey | John Marshall (VA) ’24

Bailey is establishing himself as one of the more feared

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