As the 2020-21 regular season winds down, Prep Hoops Missouri takes a look at some Under the Radar Class of 2021 point guards who would be good prospects for NAIA and NCAA Division llI and perhaps Division ll programs. Conner…
As the 2020-21 regular season winds down, Prep Hoops Missouri takes a look at some Under the Radar Class of 2021 point guards who would be good prospects for NAIA and NCAA Division llI and perhaps Division ll programs.
Conner Arment 5’11 Barstow: A very competitive player who does an excellent job as a facilitator, but he really knows how to get a bucket when his team needs one. He’s a very good 3-point shooter who can also create a shot off the dribble.
6’2 St. Dominic: Brendan has been a terrific floor leader for a team that won a Class 4 district championship a year ago and can contend in Class 5 this season. He has good size and strength with the skill level to score and drop dimes. He is averaging 12.9 points, 6.4 assists and 2.6 steals for the 16-5 Crusaders.
5’9 Windsor: A pass-point guard who has also evolved into a potent scoring threat in his senior year. He is a very unselfish player who can run the pick and roll well. He is currently averaging 20 points, three assists, three rebounds and two steals while making 56 3-pointers.
Richard Craddock lll 6’0 Belton: Richard is an impressive two-way point guard who really excels as an on-ball defender who can also pick pockets and dart into the passing lanes for steals. He has good quickness and solid scoring skills. He is averaging 10 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals a game.
5’11 Vianney: Ethan has been a solid and steady point guard since his freshman year for the Golden Griffins. He is a poised decision maker who handles the ball well against pressure. He is currently averaging a team high 14.4 points a game along with four assists and two steals a game while shooting 44 percent from 3-point range.
6’0 Greenwood: On a team with the star power of , Harper has been a steady influence from the point guard position throughout his career. He distributed the ball and he can penetrate in the lane very well. He plays an excellent overall floor game and he can score when needed.
5’11 Pattonville: A slick lefty with crafty ball handling skills and escape moves to create his own shot. He has good quickness along with the ability to change speeds and directions. He is averaging 11 points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals for the 16-1 Pirates.