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ITLR Boy’s Basketball Top 25: 20-25

See which players kick off the ITLR Top 25 player rankings.

20. Ryan Allen, DeMatha: Allen is coming off a season where he averaged nine points per game and help DeMatha be one of the top teams in the nation. The Delaware commit was a combo guard last year, but expect him to spend some time at the point guard position since Markelle Fultz is playing on the college level.

21. Makhi Mitchell, Bishop McNamara: Makhi Mitchell is a player to watch over the next three years. In his first season playing varsity basketball, Mitchell averaged eight points, five rebounds, and two blocks per game. He is rated a four-star and already has offers from Rutgers, Virginia Tech, Towson, and Penn State.

22. Tre Woods, St. John’s: Three-star point guard Tre Woods should see his numbers rise at St. John’s with Anthony Cowan, Jeff Dowtin, and Kylia Sykes graduating. The junior guard has offers from Penn State, Iowa, and St. Joseph.

23. Jared Bynum, Georgetown Prep: It was a solid sophomore season for guard Jared Bynum, averaging 18 points per game. He has picked up offers from multiple Division I schools such as Kansas State, George Mason, William & Mary, American University and George Washington.  

24. Chyree Walker, Bullis School: Delaware is forming a solid recruiting class with Allen and Chyree Walker. Last season, the 6-foot-6 forward led Bullis in scoring with 15 points per game.

25. Justin Moore, DeMatha: In his first season with DeMatha, Justin Moore played a key role coming off the bench. The sophomore guard averaged five points per game, and was a decent three-point shooter. During the offseason, Moore picked up offers from Xavier, Old Dominion, and Notre Dame.

*Coming soon will be the ITLR Boy’s Basketball Top 25: 11-19

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