Maryland big man commits Makhi and Makhel Mitchell continued their winning ways at the Capitol Hoops Summer League, leading their high school teammates to a perfect 14-0 record, culminating with a 86-83 win over St. John’s (DC) in the league’s title game Tuesday. It is yet another championship for the twins, who won their bracket at the Maryland Team Camp in June and will seek to stay undefeated in Under Armour Association play later this month.

In the twins’ latest championship run, Makhi Mitchell was named Most Outstanding Player of the postseason, averaging 17.7 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and 3.5 blocks per game. He also took home first-team all-league honors in the regular season, leading the league in total rebounds and averaging a double-double (14.4 ppg, 10.2 rpg).

His brother Makhel, meanwhile, actually averaged more points (14.8 ppg) than Makhi in the regular season, adding 9.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 3.3 blocks per game as well. The lesser-touted wasn’t named to one of the three all-league teams, but did receive an honorable mention.

The two led a team called DC Evolution, which consists of players from Wilson High School, where the twins play their senior seasons. Wilson is expected to be one of the best teams in the area, with Boston College commit Jay Health and top-100 rising junior Dimingus Stevens forming a formidable foursome.

Both Makhi and Mahel’s numbers in the CHSL illustrate why they’ve been so tough to beat this summer. In a 32-team league which featuring some of the top teams from the Washington area, including DeMatha, the twins ranked first and second respectively in field goal percentage (70.3, 69.1), first and fourth in rebounds (102, 87) and second and fifth in blocked shots (24, 30). Makhi also led the league in assists (4.3). The two helped DC Evolution outscored opponents by nearly 30 points per game, winning 12 in a row by double digits leading up to the championship game.

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Against a St. John’s team without Virginia commit Casey Morsell, DC Evolution came back from a six-point halftime deficit behind a 20-point, 14-rebound, five-assist performance from Makhi MItchell. Makhel Mitchell added 11 points, eight rebounds and two blocks.

The twins’ next stop will the UAA Invitational in Atlanta with their AAU team DC Premier -- the only undefeated teams in the Under Armour Association -- from July 11-15. They’ll then play locally in Bowie, MD. the following weekend before heading out to Las Vegas for the UAA Finals and Fab 48 events from July 25-29. All aforementioned events occur during the July Live Period, meaning Mark Turgeon and his staff will have plenty of opportunities to watch his future big men in person while also looking for players to join them in the Terps’ 2019 class.

Full game highlights from the CHSL championship can be viewed HERE. Highlights are embedded below.