Top PG’s in Phoenix Part 1
This weekends tournament out in Arizona really did bring out some tough PG’s from different age groups. With so many smart and high level ball handlers we need to really dig deep because almost every team in attendance had themselves…
This weekends tournament out in Arizona really did bring out some tough PG’s from different age groups. With so many smart and high level ball handlers we need to really dig deep because almost every team in attendance had themselves a stud PG.
This kid was impressive as he played on a team that was a bit undersized against all most everyone this past weekend. Not only did he hold his own against 1-5 positions he was racking up steals, rebounds and getting buckets. Luke might have had a near triple double the way he was playing. Really showcased his high motor and the way he handles the ball and can go to either hand was different. Spin move was elite. Excited to track this kid moving forward. When he lands at the high school level if he stays at Davis High School he is going to have a chance to be one of those tough next level hoopers that Davis seems to produce every year.
Nizir was one of those off the radar prospects that really caught our eye. Nizir has a crazy motor and his stop and go dribbling catches defenders off guard. He was getting to the rim all weekend and he was such an active defender playing the passing lanes and he was getting touches and getting out on the break cashing in on easy buckets. Upside is there and length at the PG position is there as well. This kid has a high ceiling.
Nothing better than seeing the little guys go toe to toe with anyone and it doesn’t matter. Cisco was playing with a lot of confidence and his Coach Matt Barnes went to him to protect the leads in games and he also went to him to get buckets or create for his teammates as he is surrounded with some talent. Cisco was one of the toughest finishers when it comes to finishing through contact. Kid can get to the rim at will. Not sure what school he is going to for high school but he is an impact PG right away.
Will Jr. has major game and he plays with some swag and we love to see that from the little guys. He was changing speeds all weekend long and had defenders just guessing. Really like that no matter how small he is he can play off the ball and light it up from deep. Runs the PG like a champ and Seattle Rotary got the stars out there coaching him like Jamal Crawford, Will Conroy and Isaiah Thomas. This kid has a bright future. He has the IQ and once he gets to that three-level scoring ability on lock he is going to be special.