On Saturday I attended the Prep Hoops Arizona Top 250 Expo at Inspire Courts in Gilbert. AZ There were around 80 players who attended the camp from the 2023-2026 classes. Most players were from AZ but we had one from Cali, two from…
On Saturday I attended the Prep Hoops Arizona Top 250 Expo at Inspire Courts in Gilbert. AZ
There were around 80 players who attended the camp from the 2023-2026 classes. Most players were from AZ but we had one from Cali, two from New Mexico and shockingly one from Maine looking for good competition.
Here were the 2025 top CG/SG’s:
One of the better shooters at the camp. His catch and shoot from the three point line is very consistent. He can rattle them off with a quick trigger. He is also a good passer and smartly surveys the scene. He should have a productive year on varsity.
A known shooter likes to catch and shoot from the three point line. He cuts to the basket when you should and will score on offensive rebound put backs. A nice floor spacer for the Bears.
An unselfish combo guard can pull-up off dribble from mid to the three point line. He works the ball around for a good shot and is scrappy on defense with high effort.
A highly skilled combo guard can play on or off the ball. He is getting a little more shift in handle and is creating his own offense. He can dribble drive to the rim, make plays for teammates but clearly his best skill is his three point shot off the catch.
A talented scoring guard is a very good one on one player. He can-pull-up from 15-feet and he has deep range on his jumper. He can make passes up the court pass and he has a long shifty handle to create his own offense.
A bigger sized shooting guard is best as a catch and shoot three point shooter. He has picture perfect form with a fast release. He is improving his handle and will pull-up from mid. He is best off catch but comes with college range. He will bring value to the Bulldogs as a floor spacer.
An undersized scoring guard is a good shooter from mid to the three. He has advanced footwork to score in the paint and he uses his quick hands to bother his opponents on defense.