Baltimore Top 100 Recap


On most occasions, trips to the DMV are awful experiences for car owners. Last Saturday was an exception as the Hoop Group Top 100 Tour made its way to the Park School in Baltimore last weekend before returning home for two Top 100s this Saturday. Our second trip to the DMV this fall reminded us how much talent surrounds the area. Here is a recap of Saturday’s events, including player head shots, combine results, player evaluations and a list of coaches in attendance.

Player Head Shots

Player Measurements

Player Evaluations

We saw A LOT of players from Lake Clifton High School, 17 total actually. One player who impressed from the Baltimore high school was Gary Jefferson. Gary is a 6’3 senior who is a very good scorer. Physically, he also has a body that appears ready to play at the next level right now. Meanwhile, classmate Elston Howard (Lake Clifton ’15) was showing how good of a defender he is. Elston is a very tough player and it shows on the defensive side of the ball. We also saw ninth grader Steven Parker, who showed some skill for a young player. Lake Clifton is hoping to get big things out of him for the next four years. At 5’11 as a freshman, Steven has a very bright future.

Other players who showed some strengths in their game include Jordan Camper, a 6’6 sophomore at Concord High School in Wilmington, Delaware, who impressed by dunking everything he could. Also, two players from Wise High School, James Brooks and Michael Speight, showed out on Saturday. Michael is a sophomore who should be a top player at Wise in the coming years. James is a shooter. He can shoot the lights out of the gym from all over. He is the definition of “hand down, man down.”


Expect Michael Speight to play a big role for Wise High School this season as a sophomore.

We  saw some familiar faces in Baltimore. Rodeo Thompson (Hershey ’15) and Jair Williams (Dulaney ’15) were both in attendance after being at Competitive Edge Sports last weekend for the Philadelphia Top 100. Rodeo has size at 6’6 and can be a force on the glass. He plays with a good motor and can make big plays for his team. Jair Williams is a player that we have seen three times already this fall. He’s another 6’6 body that is ready to play at the next level. Jair is very active and athletic; he possesses a playmaking ability that is quite impressive

Jair’s teammate at Dulaney, Isaiah Lamb (Dulaney ’15), was one of the most impressive players in the gym Saturday. Isaiah is a top prospect in the Baltimore area. He showed how lethal he can be in transition and he attacked the rim with authority. Isaiah is a crucial piece to Dulaney’s success in the upcoming season. Keep an eye on this guy.


Isaiah Lamb will be a top player to watch in the DMV area this winter.

Player Head Shots

Player Measurements

Player Evaluations

As the calendar flips to October, the high school season starts to get closer and closer. From what we saw last weekend, there should be a lot of exciting basketball being played in the Delaware, Maryland and Virginia area this winter. The next Top 100 will be this Saturday in Neptune, NJ. There will be a Metro Academic Top 100 and a Metro Top 100. Still plenty of time to sign up!

All College Coaches and Scouting Services that Attended Baltimore Top 100:
National Recruiting Report
DMV Elite
Geneva College
St. Mary’s College
Arcadia University
Johns Hopkins University
York College
Salisbury University
Delaware Valley College
Penn State Harrisburg
Stevenson University
Mercer County Community College

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