2024 Point Guards/Floor Generals to Get to Know (Part 2)
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There’s plenty of talent left on the recruiting board for college programs to take note of in the state of North Carolina. Take a look at Part 2 of the Point Guards/Floor Generals to get to know in the 2024…
There’s plenty of talent left on the recruiting board for college programs to take note of in the state of North Carolina. Take a look at Part 2 of the Point Guards/Floor Generals to get to know in the 2024 class.
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is an emerging lead guard set to lead the way for an underrated CB Aycock High group. He’s really found his confidence handling the ball at the lead guard spot this past grassroots cycle with Team Curry on the UAA Circuit. He’s a talented athlete capable of finishing at the rim, knocking down shots at volume and getting others involved as a presence in the backcourt.
Playoff round 1✅ 31pts 6rbs 6stls 3assist pic.twitter.com/12bH8O8uVh
— kamran prince (@KamranPrince0) February 23, 2023
No Guts No Glory Basketball this grassroots cycle. He’s an aggressive floor general that’s shown he can get hot in a hurry behind the arc and as a playmaking paint-toucher when operating off the bounce. He’s due to have a strong senior campaign in the Garner Magnet High backcourt as they look to make another push in the NCHSAA State Playoffs in 2023-24. DII programs in the region should get eyes on him.is a floor general that’s flown under the radar with
30 ball against JC chambers perennial state title contender .. 6 of 9 from 3.. and 11 of 18 from floor overall @TayshaunWhitner still my underdog but can go with the best of them. line em up .. pic.twitter.com/KoJDoOq2QC
— DJ (@919DJWhitner) June 26, 2023
is another lead guard prospect that’s shown he can really fill it up and operate on the perimeter and in the paint in the backcourt with Team Curry on the UA stage. He’s a confident 6-foot guard that’s due to turn heads with his ability to stroke it from deep and beat opposing defenders off the bounce. He’s set to make a name for himself on the national scene with Winston-Salem Christian School in 2023-24.
is an emerging floor general that’s set to turn heads in the Richmond County Senior High backcourt as he enters his final season in the fold. He’ll be a floor general with a lot to prove heading into 2023-24 after showing off his ability to defend the ball, push the pace and create for others on the grassroots scene. With and Jr. in the rotation, he’s certainly got a strong cast of stars that he can work off of to show off his impact on the hardwood.
— Jamarion Wall (@JamarionWall) August 13, 2021
is an emerging floor general out of Wake County that’s set to lead the way in the backcourt at Wakefield High in 2023-24. He’s been a familiar face in the DB Elite rotation with his fundamentally-sound skill set where he plays under control and with patience to get his guys in spots to make things happen. His most lethal asset though is his ability to knock down shots at volume on the perimeter while still maintaining his ability to facilitate. He holds offers from Fayetteville Tech CC and Pitt Community College.
’24 Syncere Burnette is quite the combo guard given his playmaking and shooting ability for @WakefieldMBB. @BucketReel @ngshoops @SyncereBurnette @StrongCenter24
Check him out on #GameTape:https://t.co/mQVDFAK6rY pic.twitter.com/BItctsvovJ
— Jay “Scoop” Anderson (@HereGoJayAgain) January 7, 2023