Posted On: 07/7/21 6:06 AM

The EBA Summer League continues at Glen Arm Sports as a 20 teams from the Baltimore Metropolitan area battle for playoff seeding in the coming weeks. Last night was another slate of five games and for this article, we’ll take a look at the standout prospects.

Jeremiah Douglas | 6’1 | St. Pauls ’24

Douglas had himself a productive evening for the Crusaders. They started things by earning a nice win over Loyola behind Douglas’ 20 points, 7 rebounds and three assists. Douglas took advantage of every driving lane that was presented to him, welcomed contact on the way and finished with soft touch around the basket. In their second game, Douglas led the way again in the scoring category with 16 points and clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch to lift his team to a 43-36 victory over Team Red.

Owen Fischer | 6’3 | Loyola ’22

Fischer was the one keeping the Dons close in the opening game against the Crusaders. The 6-foot-3 rising senior compiled 23 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out two assists despite coming up short by a final score of 60-57. Fischer is a quality shot-maker from three and

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