Prep Hoops Missouri presents its first wave of available point/combo guards in the Class of 2020. Kobe Campbell 6’0″ Raytown South: The exciting, slashing combo guard help lead the Cardinals to a Final Four berth in the Class 4 state…
Prep Hoops Missouri presents its first wave of available point/combo guards in the Class of 2020.
Kobe Campbell 6’0″ Raytown South: The exciting, slashing combo guard help lead the Cardinals to a Final Four berth in the Class 4 state tournament. He has a quick first step to the basket and can attack while going either left or right with equal effectiveness. His improved 3-point shooting also made him more difficult to cover. As a senior, he averaged 14 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.4 assists while shooting 36 percent from 3-point range.
Jordan Jermain 6’2″ Raymore-Peculiar: The value of this do-it-all guard was very evident as Ray-Pec went a .500 team when he was out with an injury last year to a 25-win team that advanced to the Class 5 state quarterfinals this season. He was the true stat-sheet stuffer with his overall skill set and great feel for the game. As a senior, he averaged 17.8 points, four assists, and three steals while making 74 3-pointers and 82 percent of his free throws.
5’10″ Charleston: An extremely quick point guard who put together a big senior year in helping the Bluejays to a berth in the Class 3 state championship game. He is a big factor at both ends of the floor with his speed and quickness. He averaged three steals a game while being a dangerous ball hawk on the Bluejays pressure defense. He also averaged 14 points and five assists a game while making 60 3-pointers on a team that finished with a 28-5 record.
A.J. Redman 6’0″ St. Joe Central: A strong point guard with very good athleticism to make plays. He can attack the basket and finish at the rim to go along with his ability to create offense off the dribble. He does a great job of finishing in traffic and with either hand and he can also throw down a big dunk. His mid-range jumper is smooth and he can make an open 3-pointer. He averaged 19 points and five rebounds a game as a senior.
6’2″ Lee’s Summit West: The physical pass-first point guard who does an excellent job of making everyone else around him better with his passing and good feel for the game. He uses his strength to get to his spots on the floor and he can attack from any direction while changing speeds. He will also take big shots in clutch situations. As a senior, he averaged 10 points, five rebounds and four assists a game.