Prep Hoops Maryland recently updated its class of 2022 prospect rankings. The number of overall prospects ranked has increased from 100 to 120. Naturally, there will be a bevy of newcomers as a result. Here is a closer look at…
Prep Hoops Maryland recently updated its class of 2022 prospect rankings. The number of overall prospects ranked has increased from 100 to 120. Naturally, there will be a bevy of newcomers as a result. Here is a closer look at each addition.
Brown is like a swiss-army knife for Maret. He guards multiple positions, plays above the rim, and can score at all three levels. The energy he brings is contagious.
Carpenter is a three-and-d specialist. He has EYBL experience and has been a key contributor for the Eagles this season.
Davis is a long lanky wing who has been very productive for Rock Creek this season. He can do a bit of everything well.
Fischer is one of the better shooters and defenders on his team. He has the size and strength to guard bigger players as well.
Grauslys has quickly established himself as one of the better-unsigned seniors in the state. The Lithuanian point guard has excelled in a prominent role at West Nottingham this season.
Hemann is one of many dangerous shooters at Landon. His size brings an added element of versatility to their team.
Catholic is getting a good one in Hepting. He is an adept rim-protector who finishes strongly around the basket and can also step out and shoot the three-ball.
Jenkins is a lefty with a sweet perimeter jumper. He has range and can shoot off the dribble. Jenkins is also strong with the ball in traffic, where he is a crafty finisher around the basket.
Every time Johnson shoots the ball, it looks like it’s going in. He’s a smart player who knows how to make a difference in the event that his shot isn’t falling.
Maloney has steadily improved in his time at Gonzaga. He is a solid all-around player who knows how to make others better.
Mason has many admirable traits that a lead guard should possess. He meets the skill requirements but brings high-quality intangibles that often go unnoticed.
Moore is one of the best-kept secrets in the area. He has positional size, versatility, and a budding skill base.
Negash has been reliable on both ends for Coach Nickens. He applies relentless pressure on the ball defensively and is a consistent shot-maker.
Ngom is a solid anchor in the paint for the Eagles. He helps clean the glass and brings the physicality to match up with other bigs.
Nicholson is a new name who has had some bright moments so far this season. He has tools you can’t teach and the potential to continue improving is clear.
Perry sets the tone on the ball defensively by allowing zero airspace to his opponents. He is a confident ball-handler under pressure who gets paint touches and creates open shots for others.
Richmond is a pesky on-ball defender who is quick like a cat. He is notorious for creating turnovers and making plays in transition.
Sidbury is one of the hidden gems within the city. He is a long and lanky wing who is an all-around producer for the Crimson Tide.
Vukcevic has size and court vision that can’t be taught. He is one of the better playmaking bigs in the class.
Washington is a microwave from behind the arc. He also suffocates foes with stingy on-ball defense.