An impact player at both ends, the 6-5 forward is primed to take on the lead role for the Cavaliers in his third year as a starter. Potts has 3-point range and can also attack the basket, averaging 15 points to go with 8 rebounds last season. Defensively, his size and athleticism enable him to defend guards and forwards, and he's always altering shots.
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Glenelg Country, guard, senior
The 6-5 guard has been a model of consistency for the Dragons during the past two seasons, averaging 16 points and 9 rebounds per game in each season. Powers can score from the outside, drive to the basket or post up down low to score points. He's also a force on the offensive boards and produces points on follow baskets.
St. Frances, guard-forward, senior
The Panthers are relying on Saddler to make a positive impact all over the court. The 6-5 standout, who averaged 14 points last season, will see time at both backcourt and forward positions to create mismatch problems. In addition to his sound inside-outside game on offense, Saddler sets the tone with strong defense and leadership. He has signed with UNC-Greensboro.
Annapolis, guard, senior
Primarily a scorer early in his career, Smith has developed into a complete player who is expected to bring leadership, smart decisions and tough defense in the Panthers' backcourt. With the ability to hit 3-pointers and also get to the basket, he averaged 17 points and 8 rebounds last season.
Edmondson, guard, senior
The All-Metro first-team pick, in his third year on varsity, brings leadership, toughness and versatile skills to the Red Storm's talented backcourt. In his breakthrough junior season, his inside-outside game produced 21 points per game to go with an average of 9 rebounds and 4 assists. Walker makes an equally important impact on defense.
Mount St. Joseph, guard, senior
An All-Metro first-team selection and the Baltimore Catholic League's Player of the Year as a junior, Williams brings uncanny scoring ability, all-around skills and the confidence to want the ball when the game is on the line. He produced in those situations in leading the Gaels to the BCL championship, averaging 18 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists last season.
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