There was so much talent in the gym on Sunday, that it was extremely difficult to pick our best 10 for our first and second teams. Here is a look at some of the other top performers from the event.…
| 6’5″ wing | Damascus ’23
Baskerville was one of the better long-term prospects we saw in the gym on Sunday. He has the potential to be a high-level defender given his length and athleticism. Baskerville was also active on the glass.
| 6’1″ guard | Blacksburg ’25
Bland is a crafty guard who put together a solid outing. He played with good effort throughout the day. Bland can shoot the three but is also adept at attacking closeouts and getting to his spots from the in-between areas.
| 6’2″ guard | Hayfield ’23
Cage is a confident scorer who also competed defensively on Sunday. He worked hard on the glass and demonstrated smooth fundamentals while getting buckets.
| 6’6″ center | St. Mary’s Annapolis ’24
Costello was one of the better bigs at the expo. He provided rim protection and rebounding as well as reliable finishing ability.
| 6’0″ guard | Takoma Academy ’24
Harper was an impact player on both ends of the floor throughout the day. He played solid defense at the point of attack. Harper also rebounded and scored both inside and out.
Aidan Littleton | 6’1″ guard | South Western ’23
Littleton is an efficient bucket getter with some wiggle to his game. He also competed defensively and made plays on that end of the floor.
| 6’1″ guard | Fairfax ’24
Mercy is a two-way player who impacts the game in a variety of ways. He plays with a high motor. Mercy’s passing looked like one of his better skills.
| 6’1′ guard | Seneca Valley ’25
Moise is an explosive guard who competes with a nonstop engine. He is a grab and go threat who loves transition. Moise regularlty hunted for contact on his drives to the rim.
Max Portnoy | 6’2″ guard | Eastern Regional ’24
Portnoy is a hard-nosed wing who played hard on both ends of the floor on Sunday. He is a shifty left-hander who got downhill and finished consistently in traffic.