2021: UNSIGNED Point Guards – Part 2
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The 2021 Palmetto State Class has no shortage of Point Guards still looking for a school next fall. Take a look at some right here on your source for basketball coverage in the Palmetto State. Quez Lewis Quez Lewis 5'8"…
The 2021 Palmetto State Class has no shortage of Point Guards still looking for a school next fall. Take a look at some right here on your source for basketball coverage in the Palmetto State.
– Johnsonville HS
Lewis is a water-bug point who doesn’t lack confidence despite playing at a Class 1A program in the Pee Dee. Lewis helped the Golden Flashes to a (20-2) as a junior. Lewis was named Florence Morning News Preseason Player of the Year for this coming year. Lewis collected 27 receptions – 537 yards and 9 touchdowns this past fall. Lewis will get the ball into the gaps and find the open man. Lewis a small guard like every kid is deserving of a chance at the next level. Don’t let the size scare you when the kid has a big heart and a will to succeed.
– Spartanburg HS
Watson has been playing for the Vikings as a key member for the past 3 seasons. Watson really knows how to use ball screens and find the open man from out top. Watson a bit of a streaky shooter isn’t afraid to play on the ball defense. Watson plays in a great region in the Upstate and has a city rival in Dorman HS right across town.
– Northwestern HS (Rock Hill) (pictured on front)
Thompson recently went over 1,000 career points for his career. Thompson a solid student in the classroom just comes up big time after time on the hardwood. Thompson still likes to utilize the bounce pass a lost art for sure these days. Thompson gets the ball into the paint and finishes with a floater or a dish out to a open teammate for a look. Thompson excelled on hardwood this past summer with Team Synergy and it seemed he never came off the floor. Thompson keeps the ball low to the floor and rarely turns it over. Thompson has the ability to score over bigger defenders.
– Woodland HS (Dorchester)
Shuler a high energy kid plays 3 sports for the Wolverines. Shuler also excels in football and soccer. Shuler is very quick from end to end and really enjoys playing the game 94 feet. Shuler didn’t play any Grassroots ball and remains a bit of a mystery to many college programs.
– Spartanburg Christian
Bishop is averaging 20.1 ppg and 5 assists this year for the Warriors in 18 games. Bishop recently scored 28 points vs Gaffney HS. Bishop shoots the ball at a very high clip 52% – 3 point range and 92% Foul line. Bishop helped the Warriors win the SCISA Class 2A State Championship last season.
– North Myrtle Beach HS
Marlowe just stuffs the Stat Sheet every game he plays. Marlowe will dive into the bleachers, take a charge or come up with a big rebound from his point guard position. Marlowe plays the game extremely unselfish and has a team first mentality. Marlowe recorded recently 19 steals in 4 games at the Beach Ball Classic.