Big Time Guards
Here is a list of a few big time guards across the country that seem to be making noise. This kid is for sure a hidden gem out in the Mountain West. Colorado usually pumps out some notable players that…
Here is a list of a few big time guards across the country that seem to be making noise.
This kid is for sure a hidden gem out in the Mountain West. Colorado usually pumps out some notable players that can impact the high school level and college level as well. Jordan is that new style big guard that has a big body but elite guard skills. He has some really good open floor moves that just put defenders on skates. He has rip through and he can euro but the most impressive aspect of his game is his attack mode. This kid is always looking to attack.
Gene is one of the premier big guards in the country. At times he is forgotten because he is out on the West but he is going to be a player that many schools try to come after. Schools like Prolific Prep, Campbell Hall, Mater Dei and any other power house program looking to add a youngster that can handle the physicality of a national schedule. He continues to draw a lot of attention as a must guard player all over the floor that he is getting some great looks for his teammates. This is something that you do not see on the stat sheet.
Isaak is a hooper. He kind of resembles Tiger Campbell over at UCLA because of his big hair and flair on the basketball court. This kid plays with a lot of energy. Really love that tempo he controls and his teammates know if they run with him he is going to get them the ball on a lob or in a great position to score the ball. He can shake and bake with the ball in his hands as he is elite at breaking kids off the dribble. He is running with one of the best teams in the country in his age group in Pro Skills. This kid is super tough and he is coming out of the new Mecca (Texas) too.
Do not sleep on DJ Spencer as he is looking to add to the legacy that Vegas Elite has been putting together over the past few years, especially on that EYBL Circuit. This kid is tough and will finish through contact with either hand. He plays with a lot of energy. That lefty attack mode he gets into is tough. He does not settle for jumpers when he can eat all day attacking the rim. He has a smooth mid-range and he has great footwork as well. He is a ball hawk on defense looking to disrupt and get easy buckets anytime he can.