First NameLast NameHeightPositionHigh SchoolGrassroots TeamEvaluation
JordanAdams6'1WG/PGAnnandaleTeam Pro LookJordan is a skilled guard with a good feel for the game. He's demonstrated the ability to hit with volume from long range, as he hit 6 threes in the opening game of his junior campaign. He'll need to get stronger and more comfortable handling the ball.
Ty-ShonAlexander6'4WG/PGOak HillTeam CharlotteTyShon is a lights out three point shooter who showcases a quick and confident release. He also moves well off the ball and understands floor spacing. He's a sneaky athlete who can finish above the rim. He's a solid perimeter defender who understands angles and also rebounds well out of his position. (Adam Ayalew)
IsaiahAnderson6'7PFJohn MarshallTeam Richmond Garner RoadAnderson is a very intriguing prospect at the forward position, because he has great size and he's able to stretch the defense as a four. He's a solid athlete, gets up and down the floor and helps on the glass, however his attitude has been questioned in the past, and his desire to get better is a concern at times.
CameronBacote6'2WGBethelTeam Loaded VACameron has a quick release jumper thatês just as accurate off the dribble as it is in catch and shoot situations. Combined with a sharp handle and an abundance of moves from the wing, heês a tough assignment for any perimeter defender.
JayBarber6'5WGLiberty ChristianOne of the best shooters on the east coast, Barber is committed to Liberty, where his dad is the AD, and his ability to knock down shots makes him a possible early candidate for playing time. He has good size at 6'5", and despite his less-than-average athleticism, he can flat out shoot the basketball and understands how to get to his spots to get his shot off.
MichaelBarfield-Owens6'4WF/PFPrincess AnneBWSL WAWGBarfield-Owens is an athletic forward who aggressively attacks the glass on both ends and is constantly looking to making an impact. He is a high volume scorer who can hit shots from all over the court and has shown off an impressive face up game. As his outside jumper continues to develop hes become dangerous attacking from the wings
DariusBell6'9PFSouthamptonBWSL WAWGA skilled four that can put it on the floor and shoot it, Bell has potential mismatch written all over him. Needs to get stronger and more consistent. but his ceiling is very high.
AmeerBennett6'8PFSt. Christopher'sRiver City ReignHis improvement is eye opening, and he's become a legitimate D1 prospect over the last year. Bennett has continued to play stronger and tougher, and his skill set has come a long way. At 6'8”, Bennett can run the floor, hit the offensive glass and has shown improved touch on his mid-range game.
BikimBiyombo6'5WGMountain MissionWV WildcatsBikim is a high level athlete who exhibits a non stop motor, especially when attacking the glass. He plays above the rim on both ends of the court, and is an excellent rebounder in traffic as a result of his leaping ability in conjunction with his strong hands. As he continues to develop his relatively raw skill-set, he should slot in nicely as a division 1 wing.
ElyjahCamp5'11PGPotomacEli showed oustanding toughness during Potomac's state title run. He played through a severe ankle injury in the state championship, but still managed to be effective. A crafty and explosive downhill guard, Camp is a reliable playmaker who thrives as a facilitator. He's a solid defender as a result of his aggression, but he does need to become a more consistent perimeter jump shooter. With that being said, he's an efficient foul shooter who isn't afraid to take big shots in crunch time.
MarvinCannon6'6PFSteward SchoolSquires RichmondA raw but athletic four man, Cannon is a walking highlight reel that is capable of finishing above the rim with the best of them. His size and athleticism make for a high upside, and he's improved his touch in the midrange, but he still struggles to create space and scoring opportunties.
MattColeman6'3PGOak Hill AcademyBoo WilliamsOne of the top point guards in the country the last few years, Coleman won a national championship running a talented Oak Hill team. He still has to continue to improve, but he's an explosive playmaker with terrific feel.
JoshColon5'8PGBlue RidgeSpectrum SportsColon may not be the tallest player on the floor, but he's a floor general that's savvy and makes a lot of plays. He's good at finding different ways to get in the paint and find cutters and shooters for easy opportunities. He's also a pesky defender and tough competitor that's played for winning programs.
Ra'ShawnCook5'8PG/WGWilliamsburg ChristianSuffolk VenomRa'shawn is an above average perimeter defender with whose quick hands and anticipation put him in the right postion to get stops. Offensively heæhas a reliablejumper to go alongæwith a solid handle.
TimCoward6'2WF/WGHermitageRiver City Reign HillCoward had a breakout season for Hermitage this year, where he was one of their go-to perimeter scorers. He has good size and is an above average athlete, but his best asset is his ability to stroke it from deep. If he can improve his ball handling and guard on the ball better he'll have a chance to be a scholarship player.
JordanCross6'6WGMiddleburg AcademyBoo WilliamsHe's had a lot of injury problems, but when Cross is healthy he's a problem on the court. A long guard with great size, he's a knockdown shooter that can finish above the rim. Also a 3.6 student with interest from a number of mid major programs.
Kevin "KJ"Davis6'5PF/WFI.C. NorcomBoo WilliamsKnock down shooter with good range and the abilty to shoot off screens or off the dribble. Can score in bunches and has a knack for drawing fouls when attacking the basket.
JoeDavis6'2WGBattlefieldHigher LevelJoe is a skilled, crafty guard who can score at all three levels. He's a sneaky athlete who finishes above the rim in transition and rebounds well out of his position. His production this spring has been tremendous, as he's averaged over 20 points per game for Higher Level. He'll need to become more consistently engaged defensively, but he does have potential on that end given his length and athleticism.
DajourDickens6'11CBethelBoo WilliamsVery active big who shows a willingness to get up and down tthe floor in transition. Rotates well on defense allowing him to constantly alter shots and protect the paint. He is an emphatic finisher around the basket and has a developing low post game.
JaylenDillard6'1WGClover HillRiver City ReignDillard isn't a high level athlete, but he's a shot making specialist that can score it from all three levels and gets to the line a lot. He's a competitor that understands how to get to his spots and score the basketball, but can be susceptible on the defensive end at times.
KimaniDonovan6'2PGDeep RunTeam Richmond Garner RoadAn underrated athlete, Donovan isn't a true point guard, but he's a talented shot maker that is capable of filling it up and taking over games. He's better in AAU/camp setting than structured offenses, because he needs freedom to shoot and create his own shots.
MylesDouglas6'7WFPaul VITeam TakeoverMyles brings a great deal to the table. He's a very capable 3 point shooter who plays extremely hard. Still has room to grow. His handle isn't exceptional, but he can create space for his shot. I like his positioning and instincts on defense. He has good timing when contesting shots and has the mobility to defend on the perimeter.
TaqwainDrummond6'4WFKecoughtanTeam Loaded 757A big wing that has the whole arsenal offensively, Drummond showed a lot of promise early in his career until a knee injury in his sophomore year set him back. However, early this spring he's looked healthy, as he isn't hesitant to finish at the basket and he has good lift on his jumper. If he can get his athleticism and confidence back on par he'll be a D1 scoring wing.
AaronDuhart6'0PGTrinity EpiscopalSquires RichmondA great onball defender and creator, Duhart is a traditional lead guard that makes winning plays. He consistently gets into the paint and breaks down defenses, and he is the same level of playmaker on the defensive end. He needs to become a more consistent scorer, but he has the ballskills for the next level already.
KiranDurant6'2WGGraftonBWSL RussellA smooth lefty that can fill it up at a high volume, Durant is as underrated as they come. He can handle it and score it from all three levels, has good vision and brings toughness and leadership as intangibles.
BrandonEdmond6'PG/WGPope John PaulVA EliteBrandon is a confident jump shooter with the ability to get hot in an instant. He's efficient from the catch and off the bounce, where his range is seemingly limitless. He needs to improve his handling and decision making, but his expansive offensive skill set is appealing.
JackFoley6'10CGeorge C. MarshallNova CavaliersJack has hit a major growth spurt over the past few years, when he sprouted from about 6-foot-3 all the way up to 6-foot-10. His touch around the basket is solid, and it translates to the perimeter beyond the 15 foot mark. He's relentless on the boards, where he shows good aggression and soft hands. He'll need to develop his fitness and get a consistent motor, but the division 1 potential is evident.
KyleFoster6'2WGBethelBWSL WAWGKyle is shooter with a quick and accurate release who seems comfortable shooting from all over the floor. He is constantly moving off the ball and has solid footwork coming off screens and cuts allowing him to square up qiuckly for the shot.
AaronFowlkes6'1WG/PGBenedictineRiver City Reign HillFowlkes is a point guard with a two guard's mentality. He can create shots for himself in the half court, pushes the ball well in transition and is capable of hanging 20+ on almost anyone. With that being said, he may still be a D3 player because he doesn't see the floor in transition, overdribbles at times and doesn't have that dog many look for in a lead guard.
DomFragala5'9PGJohn ChampeDC ThunderDom is a super skilled guard who uses his quickness to create space off the bounce. He's a capable 3 point shooter, especially off the dribble. Defensively, he showcases a good understanding of angles and positioning. Not afraid to take a charge. Has active hands, and is quick to attack the ball.
DariusGeorge6'6WFRobert E. LeeBig Shots EliteDarius is a long and athletic wing that would benefit immensely from a prep or reclass year. He is a hard working, high motor player that defends and blocks shots in help side situations. He finishes above the rim in transition, crashes the offensive glass and has shown a lot of improvement in his jump shot. He has the length and athleticism to be a high level player, he just hasn't put the entire package together yet.
MilesGibson6'5PFMillwoodRiver City ReignA tweener at the forward position, Gibson does a little bit inside and a lot outside that makes him a tough guard. Too big for wings, too quick for bigs, Gibson can shoot, rebound and creat his own shot.
QuintinGilchrist6'3WFSouth CountyTeam TakeoverQuintin is a reliable three point threat, especially from the catch. He knows how to space the floor and moves well off the ball. He needs to improve his fitness and ball handling, but he's got enough size to play off the ball at the next level.
MarquisGodwin6'5WGHamptonBoo WilliamsGodwin has as smooth a stroke as anyone in the state. He has good footwork and form, including a quick release and beautiful arc and spin in the air. He has decent size, especially for Richmond and their match-up style defensively, and he plays hard in all games. His limitations are in his athleticism and ball handling. He'll never be a true ball handler, and when he's run off the line he's much less effective. He's also a below average athlete. Still a solid MM kid.
TyreeGolston6'0PGTallwoodTeam Loaded 757Tyree is a crafty point guard who always seems to be in attack mode and looking make things happen. He has a quick handle and knack for weaving through traffic allowing him to consistently get to the rim or find open shooters on the perimeter.
Cle'VonGreene6'2WG/PGWilliamsburg ChristianBWSL WAWGAn athletic combo guard that gets after it on both ends, Greene is bigger and stronger than most guards in his class. allowing him to get his own and defend multiple positions. He has to be reigned in and controlled as a point guard, but he's got a high ceiling at that position.
MichaelGriffin6'1PG/WGHerndonMichael is a long guard who plays tremendous on-ball defense, and likes to get out and run in transition. He's a very good passer while on the ball, and has recently improved his perimeter jumper, which that was evident earlier this year when he hit 6 threes in a game. As he continues to get stronger and improve his skill-set, particularly his ball handling, he could fit in as a low major point guard prospect.
JakeHahn6'6PFAlbemarleSpectrum SportsHe doesn't have great size at the four spot, but he's got a good build and he's skilled which makes for matchup problems for other teams. His size allows him to carve out space inside to rebound, and he can stretch the floor out past the three and he's a skilled passer from the top of the key. He'll be an interesting D2-D3 prospect.
MarioHaskett6'3WG/PGL.C. BirdTeam Loaded VAHaskett has improved immensely over the past 2 seasons, and he really blew up with River City Reign last year. He can shoot it, has good size and can play both guard positions. Holds 15 offers.
Dwayne "DJ"Hill6'4WF/PFCD HyltonUncommon BullsA strong, well-built forward, DJ Hill stands out as a natural rim protector and defensive rebounder. His versatility on both ends of the court is evident, where he defends in the perimeter and the post but also exhibits a decent inside-out skill set. He plays above the rim and runs the floor hard in transition.
TravisIngram6'2WGI.C. NorcomBaltimore SupremeStrong wing player with the ball skills to beat defenders off the dribble and the athleticisim to finish over bigger post players. Has been developing a consistent pull up game which has made him even more difficult to guard on the perimeter.
ZachJacobs6'6PFTrinity EpiscopalRiver City ReignA high motor four with developing perimeter skills, Jacobs has a high ceiling and a lot of coaches intrigued.He's mobile, can finish above the rim in transition, rebounds on both ends and has a high level IQ. Has to shoot it more consistently.
JordanJames6'7CGeorge C MarshallNova CavsJordan was very productive as a junior fo Marshall, and is clearly beginning to put it all together. A long-limbed, mobile rim protector who runs the floor and finishes above the rim in transition, he owns a soft touch around the basket but still needs to improve his range. A high academic student, who sports a 3.5+ GPA, he's a good fit at various levels depending on how he develops and grows into his body.
JahlilJenkins6'0PGVirginia AcademyUncommon BullsJenkins is a scoring guard that can play on or off the ball, but he's best with the ball in his hands. He's not the quickest or most explosive, but he handles pressure well and creates scoring opportunities frequently. He can shoot it off the bounce, score it at all three levels and is a real competitior that wants to be the best on the floor and thrives in big games. Weaknesses include vision, composure and size. Low major point guard in the right system.
MalikJohnson6'3PGGeorge WytheSpectrum SportsThe problem with Johnson is whether he'll be able to play the point guard position a tthe next level. He has terrific vision, pushes the tempo and can shoot the ball off the bounce. The problem is some mechanical and playmaking issues. At 6'3", he has terrific size for a PG, however he dribbles the ball really high and sometimes he tries too hard to make a play and forces it. He's talented, but most likely a D2 guard.
GregJones6'5PFJohn MarshallTeam Loaded VAAlways the hardest worker on the floor, Jones may be 6'5" but he plays like he's 6'10". He is a big time rebounder, bangs inside and has developed his jumper where he's a consistent shooter from deep. Holds 5 offers from LMs.
DominiqueJoyce6'5PF/WFPatrick HenrySpectrum SportsJoyce is a tweener at the forward position but he mostly plays as a long four and shows a decent skill set fitting into multiple systems. He can pass out of the low post and the high post, he can rebound, he can work out of the face up triple threat and he can defend multiple positions. The downside is that he's slender, just an average athlete, and he's not nearly as effective as a wing as he is as a four.
AustinKatstra6'6PFAlbemarleTeam Richmond Garner RoadA high motor forward, Katstra is very productive and makes a lot of plays through just effort and athletic ability. At 6'5" he isn't the tallest post, but he's very strong and athletic and outworks bigger players. He can also step out and hit the 18-20 footer with consistency and can pass from the perimeter. Needs a lot of work on his ballhandling and lateral quickness if he wants to transition to the wing at some point.
ArminasKleisys6'8C/PFBishop IretonThe Lithuania native is still relatively raw, but he moves well for a big man. He runs the floor hard, and posts up early to establish position. He's not afraid to challenge shots, and knows how to stay vertical when doing so. He's got solid footwork on the low block and a soft touch. He's also a decent passer out of the post, but he'll still need to add some strength.
MattLewis6'4WGBishop O'ConnellMatt is an athletic wing who exhibits a tremendous motor along with the ability to stretch the floor beyond the arc. Offensively, his prolific long range shot sets up the rest of his game, which involves attacking the basket and seeking contact. He's an underrated ball handler who rebounds well out of his position.
MalikMarrow6'PGCape HenryBoo WilliamsToughness personified in this 6'0" lead guard. Marrow has that competitive chip that allows him to win a lot of games at Cape Henry, but his competitiveness can get out of hand at certain times and his attitude shows. Howerver, down the stretch Marrow has that take over ability, where he'll either win the game or lose it, and more times then not in his career he's been a winner.
AaronMartin6'3WFMartinsvilleN/AA stocky and strong wing, Martin is inconsistent at times but when he's on he can give his team a big boost. He can shoot the 3 when set, defends multiple positions on the court and makes good decisions against pressure. A 2 sport star, it's unclear if he'll be better as a football or basketball player at the next level.
GeorgeMawanda-Kalema6'1PG/WGEpiscopalDC PremierGeorge is a skilled guard who knows how to correctly fill the lanes on the break, and understands floor spacing in half court sets. He showcases a shooting touch, particularly from the bounce where he can pull up on a dime and stick jumpers from all over. Defensively, he's very active and does a great job keeping his hands out while he sits down in his stance.
NathanMepandy6'PGMountain MissionNathan is a skilled guard prospect who demonstrates a high basketball IQ. He's a sneaky athlete, who uses hesitation moves to penetrate and create for himself or others. He's a strong finisher around the basket with either hand.
DavidMischack-Haggler6'8CMiddleburg AcademyHoop HillDavid has great hands, which he uses to secure the ball tightly after he grabs a rebound. He actively contests shots, and does a good job staying vertical while using his length to alter a host of shots. He's got a soft touch from the perimeter out to about 15 feet.
BrandonMitchell6'5PFSalemTeam Loaded 757Brandon is somewhat of an undersized four man, but he makes up for it with his length, athleticism and high motor. He's a force on the offensive glass, has a nice touch in the mid range and has good hands on catch and finish plays. He needs to work on his ability to create on the perimeter.
BrendanNewton7'2CFaith ChristianBoo WilliamsAt 7'2", Brendan is an imposing paint presence who thrives as a rim protector. His mobility continues to improve, and his work rate is never in question. (Adam Ayalew)
JaydenNixon6'4WFSt. Anne's BelfieldTeam Richmond Garner RoadJayden is a bouncy wing with a high IQ and solid defensive potential. He's a graceful athlete who mixes it up offensively, but is most prolific in the mid range areas. He exhibits good defensive potential a result of his length and quickness. (Adam Ayalew)
EjikeObinna6'9PFVirginia AcademyUncommon BullsEjike is a natural rim protector as a result of his elite length and relentless motor. He has shown a great deal of development offensively, where he exhibits solid footwork and good counter moves. He's a very good passer for a big man. (Adam Ayalew)
NanaOpoku6'6C/PFPotomacNana has greatly improved over the past six months. One of his most notable changes since the high school season is that heês added some bulk. His mobility hasnêt been affected, as heês still a high level rim protector who runs the floor and finishes with force above the rim. Heês always had a soft touch from the perimeter, given his solid skill-set which was on display all weekend. The 6-foot-7 forward is still growing, and will become a division 1 target as he continues to develop.
GabrielOsabuohien6'7WFCarlisleTeam LoadedVery interesting because his ceiling is so high. He's pushing 6'8 with ridiculously long arms and he can put the basketball on the floor. Has to improve on his perimeter skillset, but Osabuohien could be a high major prospect when it's all said and done.
GregoryParham6'3"PG/WGMonacanRiver City ReignSmart, crafty and he scores it in bunches when needed. Parham has good size which allows him to play and guard both guard positions. He's a smooth athlete that reads the floor, makes shots from each level and uses his high IQ to make plays on both ends.
HalilParks6'2WGWakefieldTeam Pro LookHalil is a lights out three point shooter, and does well to move without the ball and get to his preferred spots. He's a bouncy athlete who seeks contact when driving, and finishes efficiently in traffic. He still needs to improve his strength and ball-handling, but he does own a nice touch to go along with sneaky athleticism.
JamiePasha6'3WFBishop IretonNova GamechangersJamie mixes it up nicely on the offensive end. He demonstrated efficiency and confidence from long range, particularly from the catch. He sets up defenders with pump fakes, and makes some nice reads with the ball in his hands. He is active on the defensive glass, and does a good job finding and boxing his man out. The 6-foot-5 guard is also a high academic student.
AnthonyPearson6'1WG/PGOsbournAnthony is a tough guard with a high basketball IQ. He's a capable three point shooter, who does a nice job mixing it up offensively. He uses floaters to finish over taller defenders, and rebounds well out of his position. He'll need to improve his handle to be a lead guard, but he does exhibit the demeanor of one.
CoreyPelham6'PG/WGLake BraddockCorey is a lights out three-poit threat, who showcases in the gym range. He's a good passer who moves well off the ball, understands spacing and where to get the ball to be most effective. He'll need to tighten up his ball-handling, as he struggles when pressured. He'll also need to add some strength, but he does contribute in other areas when his shot isn't falling.
AlexPetrie6'1PGSt. Christopher'sRiver City ReignPetrie has great size for a point guard and can really fill it up in bunches. He isn't crazy explosive, but Petrie has a tight handle, and knows how to get to spots everytime. He'll have to get stronger and more athletic, but he's a division one kid.
MastadiPitt6'1PGAtlantic ShoresTeam Loaded VAMastadi is a strong floor general with the knowhow and skill to push the tempo when needed making him apt at setting the tone for the offense. His strong ball handling skills allow him to create off the dribble and he always looking for a way to set his teammates up for easy buckets
BrandonPorter6'5WFPrincess AnneTeam Loaded 757Brandon is lengthy wing who does a great job filling the lanes on the break and can stretch out for tough finishes around the rim. His jumper has steadly improved throughout the season making a viable threat from deep.
JalenRay6'0PGHamptonTeam Loaded 757Jalen is a scoring guard who can put points on the board in a hurry. Using a quick handle and reliable pull up jumper hes able to create open shots for himself even with the defense focused on him.
JohnSalley6'10CBenedictineRiver City ReignSalley has come a long way in the past two years, but he's still a project that needs work. With that being said, he's still a paint clogger that alters everything at the rim and rebounds very well. He's limited offensively, but he does have a nice jumphook over his left shoulder and works on the offensive glass.
AniasSaunders6'2PGEastern ViewSQBASaunders is a very strong guard that is able to bully smaller guards on both ends of the floor. He has a quick first step, which makes him a mismatch problem because he can blow by slower defenders too. He has a good ceiling defensively, as he could use his strength to lock up and box out high flying wings. Needs to improve shooting and feel, but he's a scholarship level player off ability now.
JamesShellington6'4WF/PFColonial ForgeFredericksburg HeatJames is an excellent on ball defender who uses his length and quickness to his advantage. He's a versatile defender who can lock down point guards or power forwards. He's an athletic wing who thrives in the open court offensively, where he likes to finish above the rim. His offensive skill-set is relatively limited, but he does finish efficiently through contact around the basket.
DamonShowers6'0WGGreen RunTeam Loaded 757Explosive and strong off the bounce, Damon is apt fighting the paint and finished through the contact on either side of the rim. He is a physical on ball defender and competes hard on every possesion
DevontaeShuler6'3WG/PGOak Hill AcademyCP3A lock down on ball defender, Shuler is an athletic combo guard that excels in transition and in downhill scenarios. He's a good, not great, shooter, but he's strong and athletic enough to finish at the rim through contact. Holds a host of high major offers
AamirSimms6'8PFBlue RidgeTeam Loaded VAA long and skilled four man, Simms is versatile on both ends and his ceiling his very high. He has shown he can shoot it, and has the length and strength to guard players in the post.
DenmarkSlay5'11WG/PGSt. Stephen's St. AgnesDistrict Basketball ClubDenmark sets the tone with his defense, and demonstrated the ability to shoot efficiently off the dribble from the mid range areas. Given his explosiveness and speed in the open court in conjunction with his underrated playmaking ability, Denmark should slot in nicely as a low major lead guard.
ShonariStreet6'5PF/WFBattlefieldHigher LevelAnother tweener forward, Street is built like an undersized four but can play a little on the perimeter. He can shoot it from deep off the catch, is a capable and comfortable passer on the perimeter and he's willing to do big man things like screen and rebound as well. He has to work on his body, and if he's going to be a wing he has to learn to put it on the floor and improve defending the ball on the perimeter.
JamesSullivan6'3WGTurner AshbyBig Shots EliteA solid defender and knock down shooter, Sullivan is deadly in the midrange, especially when going left. He has a high IQ, which allows him to get to his spots without being a great athlete. A low major two guard with decent size and a high motor.
Trevon "TJ"Taylor6'6PFSalemTeam Loaded 757He's a long and versatile forward, who may be better off at the next level playing on the perimeter, which is intriguing because you can see the progression in his game. He used to be a high motor four man, but he's worked on guarding the perimeter and attacking off the wing. He'd do wonders with a prep year.
LanceTebay6'5WFBishop SullivanDC Blue DevilsAn excellent athlete who plays above the rim making him a very dangerous finisher in tranistion. Lance has also proved to have a constistant set shot and is comfortble attacking the rim off the bounce.
AaronThompson6'3PGPaul VITeam TakeoverAaron is an elite perimeter defender with good length and quickness. His understanding and feel for the game on both ends is commendable. A pass-first point guard who likes to attack the paint and create for his teammates.
AlanTreakle5'10PGWakefieldTeam Pro LookAlan is crafty point guard who displays toughness and solid leadership intangibles. He defends at a high level on the perimeter, and moves his feet to stay in front. An underrated rebounder out of his position, Treakle can push it in transition and pull up on a dime or find his shooters.
MarvinTrotman6'2WGAtlantic ShoresUncommon BullsWith a quick first step and a reliable jumper, Marvin is a threat to score every time he catches the ball on the wing. Trotman has also shown to be a good perimeter defender using his athleticism to constantly disrupt perimeter players
JasonWade6'3WGHanoverRiver City ReignWade had a terrific year, and has shown flashes of being able to play both guard positions. He's strong, smart and productive, and he's an impact player on both ends.
DeshaunWade6'3WG/PGGreen RunBWSL WAWGA physical guard with good size who is apt at putting his defender on his hip and pushing his way to the basket. Deshaun also has a strong middle game and has a multitude of ways to score inside score inside 15 feet.
JamalWashington6'WG/PGPotomacHigher LevelJamal rebounds well for a guard, and has the ability to catch and shoot at a high clip from long range. He uses his craftiness to penetrate the defense and make plays for himself and others. His consistent motor, along with his two-way versatility will without question translate to the next level where he should begin to see some low major division 1 interest.
AndreWatkins6'3PG/WGVarinaTeam RichmondWatkins stock is trending upward after an impressive junior season. He doesn't shoot it particularly well, but he's long and athletic, making him an impact player on both ends. He lives in the lane, has good vision and can finish at the basket consistently.
NateWatson6'8PFBishop O'ConnellDC PremierA traditional big man with strong hands and a soft touch, Nate has the ability to easily move bodies and dominate the paint on both ends of the floor. He's an unselfish big man with solid vision. He plays above the rim and can elevate and finish at a high level. (Adam Ayalew)
JylesWebster6'6PFL.C. BirdRiver City ReignWebster was an important piece in LC Bird's run to the state tournament last year. A 6'6 forward, Webster is a hard-hat, lunch-pale like worker in the paint where he uses his broad shoulders to carve out space. He's relentless on the glass, never gives up on a play and is a good finisher around the rim. He could be a sleeper this summer.
RileyWelch6'PGWest SpringfieldRiley is a big time shot-maker with a nice skill set. He's a hard-nosed guard who plays solid defense on the perimeter as a result of his length, quick feet, and instincts. He's not afraid to take a charge, and displays great leadership intangibles.
JamesWest IV6'1WGFreedom (Woodbridge)BWSL WAWGJames has a quick first step, and solid playmaking skills along with a tight handle as a lead guard. His best asset was his ability to shoot from long range, a few feet behind the three point line from the catch or off the bounce. Defensively, he was engaged and showed great instincts along with a high work rate. Heês a good rebounder for a guard.
TerrenceWhitfield6'2WFMatoacaRiver City ReignAn athletic wing with good hands and decent feel, Whitfield is great in transition and downhill attacking scenarios. He also has the potential to be a high level wing defender.
LindellWigginton6'1PGOak Hill AcademyStackhouse EliteA rapidly emerging prospect, it's often debated whether he's a one or a two, but Wigginton is a skilled scorer with unreal athleticism. He finishes plays above the rim in traffic, can create for himself off the bounce, and makes play defensively. Holds double-digit offers, many high major.
Johquin "Pinky"Wiley6'0PGL.C. BirdRiver City ReignIntelligent, leader, tough, natural. Those are some of the words that describe Wiley on the court, and he's one of the best pure points in the state.
EmonniWood6'6PFGreen RunBoo WilliamsEmoni is an athletic forward who aggresively attacks the glass on both sides of the floor and moves well in transition. He is a strong finisher around the rim and looks comfortable working with his back to the basket in the post.