Posted On: 03/10/20 11:56 AM

Every team that advances this far in their season has a pretty complete squad, and wing play is vitally important in modern basketball.  The more two-way wings that program has, the more successful they will probably.  It is also a great foundation for your team the next season to have a long, athletic wing player that can affect the outcome of the game at both ends of the floor.

This is the second of a two-part series on standout wing players that I saw at the 2020 state tournament that will be part of the 2021 class; part one featured players that are from the larger classes in the state, while part two will feature 2021 prospects from smaller schools.

Kaley Einrem (5’6", Crofton): Like most of the kids from Crofton, Einrem is a hard nosed kid who loves to compete.  She is a great defender who attacks the ball well and can put a stranglehold on the opposition’s offense before it can even get started.  Offensively, she is a decent shooter who can keep the defense honest, but she is probably stronger going to the hoop and trying to draw contact.  She is a good passer who also can set

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