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Wise Big Man Getting Looks

It was a busy weekend, starting with last Thursday's Prince George's County championship games that saw Largo pull off a clean sweep. I stopped by the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference tournament for a bit on Saturday and DeMatha All-Met guard Austin Freeman again showed why he is so highly regarded.

Aside from Freeman, who has signed with Georgetown, perhaps the most impressive player I saw was Wise junior Roscoe Davis, a 6-foot-11 forward. Despite playing with a glove on his left hand to protect a broken knucle sustained in a recent car accident, Davis displayed an array of skills in the Pumas' 68-64 loss to Suitland.

Davis showed he can shoot from the outside, take a defender off the dribble and maneuver in the post. He was in foul trouble most of the game - the result of two early charges - but still managed to be a presence at both ends of the court.

Davis said he is hearing from Maryland, Connecticut, Pittsburgh and Clemson, but has yet to receive any scholarship offers. He also took a recent unofficial visit to North Carolina State.

The schools "have been talking to my father," Davis said. "He hasn't told me anything lately."

By Josh Barr  | February 26, 2007; 1:05 PM ET
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Three weeks ago you said we would see your top 10 HS juniors to watch in football. Was it posted and if so, where can I find it?

Posted by: Tony | February 27, 2007 10:16 AM | Report abuse

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