Top Assist Men in the State
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Nothing better on a team than a player that gets the ball to where it needs to be in order for other players to score. Not only is it an impressive skill but it is a skill that can translate…
Nothing better on a team than a player that gets the ball to where it needs to be in order for other players to score. Not only is it an impressive skill but it is a skill that can translate to the next level. Here are some of the best assist men coming back.
Not too many players have come through the state that can do whatcan do. Not ponly is he scoring at a high clip but he usually averages 10+ assist per game, which is wild. Jordan can pass players open with lead passes, he can get fancy with and add some sauce to it, but the best part of his passing is that he puts it on the money with some speed. Look for Jordy to do something special this year with the way he distributes the ball.
Jordan is a next level PG that has been showing out all Spring/Summer and Fall. With that passing ability and his unselfishness really elevates his stock. Jordan will be among the best assist men in the state regardless of class. Jordan knows how to pitch that ball up quick, he feeds his bigs and he knows how to create and find shooters.
This is the year that Chance has a coming out party, we are calling it. He has been quietly playing well but now is when we think he will rise to the occasion as a creator and distributor and add more scoring to his resume. One of the better passing PG’s in 5A. Keep and eye on Chance.
Carlo has some weapons to his right and left. He has a few players with size he can go to in the paint and he has some shooters in the corner. Carlo might make a big leap this year when it comes to the way he can distribute the ball around the court. Excited to see where he can lead Herriman to this year.
One of the most slept on players in the country, yet when teams and players see him all over the country they shake their head because they know he is going to give them work. Ace is a big time PG that passes the ball with the best of them. His ability to freeze defenders in their defensive rotation and dish and score the ball is very high level.
Mekhi had a fantastic year last season as he surprised s lot of people with his high scoring and play-making. Mekhi has a knack for getting down-hill and getting in the lane and when he does that he can find guys out in the perimeter or draw a big and dump it off. Excited to see him even dish the ball more with and added weapon this year.
Cooper is a player that just plugs away and before you know it you look at the score-sheet and he has some solid numbers. Cooper has a plethora of guards that he can dish to as he helps them at times to make things happen. Cooper should be among the best assist men in the state.