2027 Watch List: Combo Guards to Watch
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The 2027 watch list is here as over 30 prospects in the list. The guard class will be one to watch as they have the potential to make an impact in their debut varsity season. Here are the 2027 combo…
The 2027 watch list is here as over 30 prospects in the list. The guard class will be one to watch as they have the potential to make an impact in their debut varsity season. Here are the 2027 combo guards to watch.
, 6’3 Life Center Academy
Robertson is one of the most intriguing prospects in the 2027 class as he has the potential to play both backcourt spots. The 6’3 guard has a nice handle, which he uses to get to the rim and finish around the basket. Robertson has a nice touch on his floater and can knock down jumpers on the mid-range. He has the length to defend both backcourt spots and is an underrated passer. Robertson is a long, guard prospect who will make plays with the ball in his hands this season.
, 6’1 Immaculate Conception
Harper has the opportunity to make an impact this season as he is dynamic with the ball in his hands. The 6’1 guard attacks the basket with a purpose as he finishes nicely around the rim and is unafraid of contact. Harper rarely gets rattled by on-ball pressure and can find open teammates in the halfcourt. He is a solid rebounder and uses his quick hands to get deflections on defense. Harper is a talented guard prospect whose ability to get to the rim and finish will help his stock in a big way this winter.
, 6’1 St. Peter’s Prep
Colon has the ability to run the offense, but will play more off the ball for the Marauders this season. The 6’1 guard has a smooth handle as he gets into the paint consistently and plays under control in the half court. Colon finishes in a number of ways around the basket and can knock down jumpers on the perimeter. He is a good on-ball defender and makes smart decisions with the ball in his hands. Colon’s ability to play on and off the ball is something that will help his development over the course of his varsity career.
, 5’11 Hudson Catholic
Robinson joins a loaded Hawks’ backcourt, but that won’t stop him from having the opportunity to make an impact in his debut season. The 5’11 guard has a lightning quick first step, which he uses to blow by his defender and finish around the basket. Robinson has a nice touch on his floater and can get hot from distance in a hurry. He can get deflections on the defensive end and is an underrated rebounder. Robinson is a scoring, guard prospect whose ability to put up points in bunches will be key for him in 2023-24.
, 5’10 Elizabeth
Johnson has the potential to have a solid debut varsity season with his ability to shoot the ball from distance. The 5’10 guard has a clean release on his jumper and can knock down triples in bunches. Johnson can shoot either off the catch or dribble and rises up with confidence on his shot. He moves well without the ball in his hands and is an underrated defender. Johnson’s ability to stretch the floor is something that will help his game throughout the 2023-24 season.