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5 Best Available Wings in DC/Maryland's 2020 Class

By Big Shots Nation, 04/23/20, 12:00PM EDT


Here's a look at the best available wings in the DC/Maryland area.

Dwayne Koroma - Bishop Walsh

Koroma has come along strong in Bishop Walsh's frontcourt. He’s a solid forward at 6-foot-6 that’s slowly learning how to play either forward spot and a double-double machine in the paint. He makes his presence felt on both ends with his ability to play at the rim and crash the boards. He’s drawn interest from some mid-major programs and with the current situation with the Coronavirus, he’s likely to receive some offers in the near future.

Jack Doumbia - Lanham Christian

Doumbia is a 6-foot-5 wing with nice length and a solid frame to go with it. He’s only been playing basketball for roughly two seasons but his development has been tremendous and his upside is there. Mid-major and low-major programs will want to take notice.

Malik Carson - Rock Creek Christian

Carson is a solid wing prospect with a nice touch on his jumpshot and feel for moving without the ball in his hands. He’s a solid creator in space with his ability to run off screens and make crisp cuts. At 6-foot-4, he’s got some versatility to his game as well that teams will want to take notice of.

Josiah Hardy - Gonzaga High

Hardy is a nice sized prospect at 6-foot-6 that hails from Gonzaga College High. He runs the floor and attacks the rim well. He isn’t afraid to finish through traffic and find shots in open space, either. He holds an offer from Howard.

Andrew Mills - New Town

Mills was Baltimore County Player of the Year in 2019-20 after producing behind the arc and as a playmaker for New Town. At 6-foot-5, he can play multiple positions on the floor which was what he did a lot of in 2019-20, earning an offer from Fairmont State in the process.