Prep Hoops Maryland recently updated its class of 2022 prospect rankings, and now it’s time to take a closer look. Here is a rundown of 8 newcomers who are featured in this recent update from the DC Metro Area. #30…
Prep Hoops Maryland recently updated its class of 2022 prospect rankings, and now it’s time to take a closer look. Here is a rundown of 8 newcomers who are featured in this recent update from the DC Metro Area.
Vavers went back home to Latvia during the pandemic, so he was off the radar for a bit, but he’s back looking better than ever. You won’t find many who shoot it better, but he also plays an unselfish brand of basketball.
Franklin is a hidden gem from Eastern Maryland. He is extremely shifty with the ball and can score at will, but also has the ability to enhance the level of those around him.
Gray will be the guy at Landon this year. He is a difference-maker on both ends who can score, distribute, and apply pressure on the ball.
Parks has excelled in recent months with his high school and grassroots clubs respectively. The speedy lead guard is a defensive menace who is a potent offensive threat.
Sidbury is a rangy guard prospect who has shown promise and should not be slept on. The next several months will be big for him to show what he’s been working on since the pandemic.
Camper is off to a strong start at summer league and has evidently been putting in work during recent months. He is poised for a breakout season at Sandy Spring.
Crumpton is a savvy lead guard who does a bit of everything well. Grace Brethren is competing in the MPSC this year, finally giving him an opportunity to show what he can do on a big platform.
Silver has enjoyed a productive run of play in recent weeks and appears poised to continue that trend moving forward. He is the ultimate competitor. A deflection machine on defense who has built a reputation for never taking plays off.