2022 Isaiah Howell (Blendz)- A silky smooth point guard that has some division one offers but I could see a potential uptick. Howell he won’t blow anyone away with flash and he doesn’t have too, he has an extremely well-rounded game overall, there is a lot he does well. Howell can run the team he’s a natural point guard, he’s a skilled passer with adept vision and he fires the ball out, Howell also rebounds the ball above average for the position.

6’3 22 Will Kelly (Rod Howard)- Kelly is another talented lead guard on display this weekend, he’s a high I.Q. kid with a great feel for the game at this stage. Kelly makes an effort to get guys around him going. Kelly has great length for the position, he will score when needed and has no problem filling it up. Kelly is exciting to watch in space, moving the ball around and dissecting defenses. He’s also willing to chip in on the glass.

6’2 2022 Khalil Brown was like a Tasmanian devil running around the floor, he’s everywhere making plays on both ends. Kelly will lay it all on the line, it truly makes a statement when your best player is on the ground for every 50/50 balls. Brown has advanced court vision it almost feels like he was a play ahead of everyone else yesterday when I saw him. Brown continually dropped off some accurate & timely dimes. He’s used his length at the cup, and he’s got a nice range from 3 ball land.

5’10 2024 Josiah Peoples (Upward Stars Columbia) is the youngest prospect on this list, he’s going into high school this year. Peoples led Upward Stars Columbia in a competitive matchup on opening night. Peoples is creative in the open floor he’s shifty in space, got whatever he wanted in transition. I like the fact Peoples utilized the entire floor he to pick his spots, Peoples established himself at the cup and made the defense foul him repeatedly.

5’10 2022 Jacquez Cates- The trend has been point guards dominating this weekend, and Coates is a natural leader & probably the most vocal PG I’ve observed today. Cates is a blur with the rock & he can create for himself off the bounce, that being said what stands out is his awareness, playmaking & poise. Cates made sure to hit the open man & limit turnovers. Cates is a guard that will value every possession, he’s got that dog in him where he won’t give up on his guys.