A look at some players ranging from household names to burgeoning prospects ready to take their game to the next level this season.
Physical forward averaged 11 points, 7.9 rebounds and 1.1 blocks. Lone holdover from Dublin’s last two playoff runs. Strong enough to overpower most opponents and quick enough to take defenders off the dribble. Starting to expand his range. Veteran leader.
Has logged major minutes his entire career. Has a strong build, able to turn corners and get downhill. Finishes through contact. Quality outside shooter.
Exploded this offseason as Redskins’ No. 1 option. Scores from all three levels. Has improved his three-point shot greatly and will pour in long balls in bunches. Bouncy athlete loves to scrap for offensive rebounds. Gets after it on defense.
Energy provider at the top of the press a year ago, can defend 1-5 at the high school level. Plays with a chip on his shoulder. Transitioned into becoming more of a true perimeter player this offseason, helping handle the ball and shoot from the outside. Slashing on offense and physicality on defense are his signatures.
Mobile big man that rim runs and anchors the defense. Great shot blocker with a finesse offensive game. Has enough ball skills to attack from the wing. Finishes with both hands.
Wiry guard that has some wiggle to his game. Will need to add strength but is a solid playmaker and a versatile scorer.