February 8, 2018
By: Julius Kim
Here is part two of 2019 guys from MD/DC area that have and will continue to elevate their game throughout the season and in the summer.
Jay Heath – Woodrow Wilson – Team St8ment
At 6-foot-3 Heath said he is a playmaker who plays defense and gets his team involved. He stated that he wanted to work changing his speed and ball handling. He mentioned offers from Rhode Island, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, and James Madison.
Ziggy Reid – St. Paul’s – Team Thrill
Reid described his game as someone that can shoot the ball well from deep and can attack the rim. He says he can post and take advantage of mismatches as well. He’s also capable of playing above the rim. After the high school season, he wants to start doing a lot of weight room training to get stronger and wants to keep shooting the ball consistently.
Jahmir Young – Dematha – Team Takeover
Takeover product Young stated that he considers himself a pass first floor general that likes to get his teammates involved first. The lefty likes to get to the lane and create and he states that he’s a pretty good shooter. The 6-foot-1 guard earned offers from James Madison, Coppin State, and Hampton.
Charlie Weber – O’Connell – 6th Man Warriors
Weber, a 6-foot-8 prospect, is a big that has good shooting range along with great athleticism. He stated that he is currently working on his ball handling and wants to become more of a wing.
Anthony Walker – Perry Hall – Team BBC
About his game, Walker said, “I like to jump and get a lot of dunk gaining the name Anthony “Sky” Walker.” He also described his game as a high-energy guy who can finish well around the rim and has a strong mid-range game. He wants to improve on his three point shooting and he’s wants to get better at play hard for the entire game instead of just having spurts.
Josh Watts – Gonzaga – Team Takeover
Watts emphasized that high-energy guy that can defend, hit shots, and can do the little things that don’t always show up in the stat sheet. He is continuing to work on all aspects of his game but he is focusing the most on his ball handling. He carries offers from Columbia and Navy.
Nendah Tarke – Bullis
Tarke described his game as a very well rounded player and he does anything that’s asked on the floor. He wants to tighten up his ball handling and was to be more consistent from the three. The 6-foot-3 guard has an offer from NJIT.