2024 Player Rankings: Top 5 PG’s
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Over the course of the next several days, Prep Hoops Florida is taking a deeper dive at the top upcoming sophomores by position. Today, we will be starting with our top five point guards in the Class of 2024. Our…
Over the course of the next several days, Prep Hoops Florida is taking a deeper dive at the top upcoming sophomores by position. Today, we will be starting with our top five point guards in the Class of 2024. Our latest rankings for the senior class have been updated on our website.
Robert Wright III, Is a confident and compact guard who is not defined by just his scoring. Wright is an elite playmaker who gets his teammates involved often and plays at a high level on both ends of the floor. Wright has great court vision and is a lead guard when it comes to distributing the basketball as well as shooting from the perimeter. On the defensive end, he is tough and rebounds the basketball well for his position. Wright is committed to play college basketball at Baylor University.
The 6-3 senior guard and Florida Atlantic University commit is an incredible and versatile scorer who can impact the game in a variety of ways. His ability to create space and finish in traffic have continued to improve each year since the beginning of his freshman season. On the defensive end, Cason is a pest and is very active in the passing lanes where he uses his length to create a lot of activity. His versatility and length allow him to guard on the interior where he can contest shots and rebound well for his size.
Cam Miles, A 6-3 senior guard is very hard to stay in front of on the defensive end, as he is one of the top shifty guards in the state. Miles has a quick first-step where he can get to the front of the rim and finish efficiently. Miles also has a dangerous knack of knocking down shots from the perimeter as well. On the defensive end, he gets a lot of steals and deflections which lead to transition baskets on the other end. Miles currently holds offers from Georgia Southern, Mississippi State, Pacific, St. Bonaventure and several others.
The 6-1 senior guard and Stetson University commit displays a ton of toughness and physicality on both ends of the floor. On the offensive end, he can score off the bounce inside the arc as well as at the front of the rim. He is a very crafty ball-handler who can initiate the offense where he doesn’t let the pressure phase him. MacGregor has shown a ton of confidence in his game since the start of his junior season. On the defensive end, MacGregor moves around exceptionally well and can guard on the interior as well as out on the perimeter at a high level.
The 6-0 senior point guard plays with a great IQ and feel for the game on the offensive end. Bureau continues to be a proven scorer on all three levels as well as create separation on his jump shot. On the defensive end, Bureau has continued to show his quickness while guarding on-the-ball and shows a lot of energy in the passing lanes where he gets his hand in for tips and deflections. Bureau is also an above-average rebounder for his size where he uses his athleticism and is quick to get the basketball out in transition. He has continued to gain more confidence in finishing above the rim as well over the summer and in the early stages of fall. Bureau transferred from Suncoast to independent Calvary Christian Academy over the summer.