Class of 2026 Rankings: Taking the Point
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A look at some of the point guard prospects in the latest Class of 2026 ranking updates. Boden Williams OK #3 PG #1 HEIGHT 6'1" POS PG CLASS 2026 View Profile Boden Williams Instagram Twitter State: Oklahoma School: Owasso Club:…
A look at some of the point guard prospects in the latest Class of 2026 ranking updates.
After getting his feet wet as a spot up shooter for Owasso, Williams has made strides this spring as an all around lead guard. It’s been most notable on the ball. Where he’s been more decisive when attacking, with a mix of floaters and good pulls up. His solid handling and good vision are also apparent, as he’s starting to make some “big boy” passes and reads. He’ll split time on the ball with an upperclassman for the Rams, but Williams’ feel for the game and gymrat mentality should be crucial for a Rams team with sky high ceiling.
Forsythe had his moments as a freshman on the undefeated Class 2A champions Dale Pirates and has built off that with an outstanding spring as the primary ballhandler for Team Griffin’s 15U squad. Earlier in the spring he was a table setter, occasionally getting his off the dribble with the occasional open three. Those games were great examples of him being a quality game manager type lead guard, with good lobs passes to bigs along with drives and kick to shooters.
To close out the spring, Forsythe was more aggressive as a scorer. Especially with the seemingly family trait of ability to navigate through traffic to get to the rim. If Forsythe’s jumper keeps improving, it appears that Dale is shaping up to have a second big time point guard recruit.
A shifty guard who carved out a change of pace niche on a State Tournament team, Billingsley this spring looks prepared to take a bigger step next winter. Like many youngsters, he looks his best when weaving through the open court. Where he leaves defenders in the dust and his flair for passing often creates some highlight reel plays for his teammates. Combining those enticing traits with improved decision making in the halfcourt could unlock a breakout sophomore year and keep Norman competitive in Class 6A.
A baby faced assassin, he received early exposure to varsity action due to injuries to teammates, and Robinson rarely looked out of place thanks to his feel for the game. He has good floor vision when on the ball and on defense is a feisty defender. If the youngster hits a growth spurt and his frame starts to fill out, he could mature into one of the more complete guards in this class.
A bulldog like lead guard, Gunn plays with a tenacity that is fitting to OKC guards. After a strong freshmen season at Classen SAS, he was named ACAC conference newcomer of the year. During a viewing last month, he was a force when attacking, with the ability to bully his way to the rim or stop on a dime and hit in the mid-range. With good handles and quickness, he excels as a transition and isolation style player right now, but his improving vision hints at his potential as a floor general down the road.