Posted On: 03/16/22 12:01 PM

Our recap of this past season resumes today with a rundown of the top-10 backcourts we saw in the area. 

#10 | Archbishop Spalding (MD)

Spalding fielded one of the more experienced backcourts in the area. Tyheil Peterson Tyheil Peterson 5'10" | PG Archbishop Spalding | 2022 State MD dropped 47 in a win at Mt. Carmel. This was arguably the most impressive performance of the season. Jordan Pennick Jordan Pennick 6'1" | CG Archbishop Spalding | 2022 State MD played both ends of the floor consistently well for the Cavs. And CJ Scott CJ Scott 6'4" | SF Archbishop Spalding | 2022 State MD added versatility with his size and playmaking ability. 

#9 | SSSAS (VA)

Devin Ceaser Devin Ceaser 6'1" | CG St. Stephen's & St. Agnes | 2022 State VA played some of his best basketball down the stretch for the Saints. As did Mason So Mason So 6'1" | PG DeMatha | 2023 State MD . Jack Murphy and Jeremiah Barnes were reliable options off the bench for Coach Jones. And last but not least, Garrett Brennan Garrett Brennan 6'3" | CG St. Stephens & St. Agnes | 2022 State VA brought toughness and high-quality leadership intangibles to the team. 

#8 | Eleanor Roosevelt (MD)

The emergence of James Rice James Rice 5'11" | CG Eleanor Roosevelt | 2022 State MD was one of the most inspirational stories of the season. Rice worked his way from being a JV player to the player of the year in 4A. His backcourt mate, Ifanieye Lewis Ifanieye Lewis 6'0" | PG Eleanor Roosevelt | 2022 State MD , reinforced his credentials as one of the more disruptive defenders in the

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