Posted On: 01/12/21 11:31 AM

We took a deep dive and looked at some of the best 2023 prospects from both Washington D.C. and Maryland. There are prospects featured in this piece that are already on many college program’s radars and some that soon will be. The spring season can’t come soon enough for these guys, as they’re more than ready to show what they got as sophomores.


Alex WillisAlexWillis6'5" | OLLong Reach | 2023StateMD, 6’5, 295, Long Reach

Willis has a good mixture of size and athletic ability for an offensive lineman. He can block down on a double team on a three-technique and can even get out on the perimeter and block in the screen game. On tape, he plays with great knee bend and will roll his hips to get maximum force behind it. He held his own on varsity as a freshman, I’m excited to see what year two holds, as he could blossom into a very good offensive line recruit.

Asa Gregg, 6’2, 185, St. Johns

An outside receiver, who can sink his hips at the top of his route and will work back to the football with no issues. Gregg is tough when catching the football in traffic and can

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