Posted On: 01/21/22 6:27 AM

Archbishop Spalding was the venue for the 2022 DTLR High School Basketball Classic featuring teams from Baltimore, DC and Philadelphia. A talent-filled three-game slate, there were plenty of prospects included in our rankings that were on display. Plus, some new faces who used the stage to help bolster their name.

Justin Edwards Justin Edwards 6'6" | PF Imhotep Charter | 2023 State #18 Nation PA | 6’7 | Imhotep ’23

Edwards is considered as one of the top players in his class on a national scope and he showed why on Monday against St. Frances. The 6-foot-7 lefty is a lanky wing with scoring versatility that makes him a threat from anywhere on the floor and he did so as he scored 29 points in the victory. He overwhelmed smaller defenders with his length inside or in the mid-range and operated effectively off the dribble when defenders with slower lateral speed switched out on him. Edwards has a phone book of schools who have offered and is now entering the blue-blood conversation with Kentucky recently extending an offer.

Bryce Lindsay Bryce Lindsay 6'2" | CG St. Frances | 2022 State MD | 6’3 | St. Frances ’22

Lindsay has been on a tear the past two

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