Posted On: 10/15/20 5:34 PM

The 2020-21 high school girls basketball season is fast approaching and that means plenty of season previews and profiles of some of the best talents to watch throughout the country.

In Maryland, there is some top-quality talent scattered throughout the state, including Prince George’s County, the home of the University of Maryland and one of the best women’s college basketball programs in the nation.

There could be a few future Terps in this crop, but here’s a look at five rising juniors to watch this season in the 4A region.

Also, if there are more players that we missed, let us know who we missed and we’ll profile them in the future.

Sameera Smith, PG Eleanor Roosevelt: Smith has everything you want in a point guard and then some. Starting out with her shooting, she’s a confident shooter and has range well beyond the perimeter. She doesn’t settle for the three, weaving her way into the lane for a runner or layup often. Her shot creation stands out above the rest, but don’t discount her defense. Need a steal or a bad shot, Smith produces that, creating many scoring opportunities on the other end.

Jahnaiya Sutherland, SG/PG Eleanor Roosevelt: Sutherland

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