Class of 2029 2030, 2031 and 2032 Guards from Las Vegas events between July 14th -18th are featured. Marvin Collins 4'11" | 2031 Vegas Elite Collins seems to carry himself like a much older player and it’s easy to see…
Class of 2029 2030, 2031 and 2032 Guards from Las Vegas events between July 14th -18th are featured.
Collins seems to carry himself like a much older player and it’s easy to see why. The guard is fearless, and plays with blazing speed. He’s got to be the top tag player in the nation, as it looked like no one could catch him all week. The jitterbug PG can easily get to the bucket and already has good passing and finishing ability.
Hicks is a big time scorer and already an advanced shooter. The guard showed off both skills last weekend for Lakeshow. He was automatic from behind the arc, connecting on 4 threes and going for 22 points in the game I watched.
Hicks had a running mate in Carapetian. The guard wasn’t afraid of contact, showing the ability to score some tough buckets around the basket. Despite being one of the shorter players on the floor, the guard managed to navigate his way to the rim. He scored a bunch of transition layups, finishing with 17 points in the game I saw.
Wilkins balled out this weekend. He’s a good looking young prospect to keep an eye on. His super power is his shooting, as he displayed an advanced ability to knock down shots, spraying threes from all over the court. He’s also got some wiggle in his game, managing to use a few crossover COD’s to breakdown opposing defenders. The cherry on top, is his playmaking as the PG showed good vision and a willingness to deliver dimes to teammates.
I didn’t get a height on Carson, however he was one of the shorter players on the court. That didn’t stop him from being one of the biggest leaders I saw. He reminds me of the type of guy that players tend to gravitate towards, and why not? Being around the dime dropping guard just might get you buckets. Carson handed out a ton of assist in the game I saw, making both the fancy and easy pass alike.
As Hayes continues to play he’s a candidate to make my All Irrational confidence team. The young sniper legitimately believes every shot he takes is going in and is genuinely disappointed if he misses. He didn’t have to worry much about that as much this weekend, as he showed accuracy from behind the arc, knocking down multiple threes in the game I saw.