G Davon Taylor, Central, Sr.
G Dion Wiley, Potomac, Sr.
G Randall Broddie, Potomac, Jr.
With a backcourt that features a returning first-team All-Met selection in Wiley (Maryland) and a potential first-teamer in Broddie, you’ll have a tough time finding anyone willing to bet against Potomac to finish atop Prince George’s 3A/2A/1A this year. In addition to Wiley and Broddie, the Wolverines return forwards Anthony Smith and captain Dayjar Dickson, four of the top six scorers from last year’s state finalist squad. . . . Douglass (13-12) was the only 3A/2A/1A team to beat Potomac last season, and while the Eagles lost last year’s leading scorer Saquan Epps-Walker, they return nearly all their other scoring threats including 6-foot-6 Marsalis Hurley and 6-foot-5 Tyler Smith. . . . Gwynn Park lost its top two scorers, including guard Jalen Harris and his 18 points per game, but the Yellow Jackets have plenty of backcourt talent — including Cedric Hines, Mike Pegram and Evan Joiner — waiting to emerge in his stead. . . . With Calvin Lovitt (18 ppg) gone to graduation, Taylor (16 ppg) will have to carry the load for Central, which must replace four of its five leading scorers.