G Allonzo Trier, Montrose Christian, 6-5, Jr.
G Jourdan Grant, Spalding, 6-2, Sr.
For the first time in 14 years, Coach Stu Vetter will not roam the sidelines for Montrose Christian after he resigned last spring. At the helm now is Bryan Bartley, who will lead a new-look roster loaded with athleticism and talent. Highly touted junior guard Trier headlines the Mustangs with his ability to penetrate to the basket and knock down perimeter shots. Strengthening their inside-outside balance are Missouri transfers Raymond Doby and Patrick McGraw. . . . Pallotti won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Class B title last year but also has a new look with first-year Coach Dennis Murphy and the transfers of Tariq Owens and Marcquise Reed to other schools. Murphy expects to be led by Stockman whose shooting ability serves as the top perimeter threat for a team that lacks size but has plenty of speed. . . . Grant, a UMBC commit, leads Spalding as a combo guard with length, making him a tough player to defend.