Who were some of the new faces that emerged during May? Find out here.
Donovan Blackman | Sandy Spring (MD) ’24
Blackman is a nice addition to the up-and-coming group coming through the ranks at Sandy Spring. He is a dynamic perimeter player who brings athleticism to the squad and can put the ball in the hole.
Theo Burke | W.T. Woodson (VA) ’25
Burke is a skilled guard who is one of several rising sophomores expected to feature for the varsity team at Woodson. He is a threat from three and a reliable playmaker on the ball.
Lugard Edokpayi | Bishop McNamara (MD) ’24
Edokpayi will help fill the void left byin the middle for the Mustangs. He plays with high energy and will assist his team in controlling the glass while also providing interior scoring.
Everett Jones | Flint Hill (VA) ’25
Jones’ older brother Ethan was a standout at Flint Hill. He will have good a chance to follow in big bro’s footsteps. Everett is confident on the ball. He brings size to the Huskies’ backcourt and will make a difference on both ends of the court.
Christos Palkogiannis | Landon (MD) ’23
Palkogiannis missed most of last season due to injury but is back looking healthy. At around 6-foot-5, he brings height and offensive firepower to the Bears roster.
Qayden Samuels | Bishop McNamara (MD) ’26
Samuels’ older brother Qwanzi, currently on the roster at GW, was a standout at St. John’s. Qayden is a smooth lefty with potential. He makes shots from the perimeter which will keep defenses honest as his overall game begins to expand.
Ashley Sims | Archbishop Spalding (MD) ’24
Sims looks the part and backs it up with his play. He is a versatile player for the Cavs who can help out on the boards and put the ball in the basket.