Public School Preseason All Guilford County 1st Team 


Basketball has been good to Guilford County over the last couple years the kids from the area have gone on to play college basketball at every level. In this 3 part series we will dive in with some of the top players in Guilford County.


6’1 2019 Keyshaun Langley (Southwest Guilford High School) 

Langley the point guard is a magician with the ball runs the team and makes everyone around him better.  Keyshaun is one the best on ball defenders in the country and it wouldn’t surprise me if he is in the running for defensive player of the year in the conference. UNCG commit


6’1 2019  Kobe Langley (Southwest Guilford High School)

Kobe can really score the ball he is at his best when attacking the rim or pulling up from mid-range. He has a great feel for the game, and like his bother his on-ball defense is on a different level. I think him and his brother will lead the conference in steals per game and battle it out for conference defensive player of the year. UNCG commit



6’1 2020 Christian Hampton (Northwest Guilford High School)

Last season’s Metro 4A defensive player of the year is athletic point guard who gives 100 percent each minute of the game. Hampton excels at getting out in transitions and over the years has really improved at becoming a better point guard. Hampton should be considered one of the better players in NC 2020 class and one of the reasons you will see plenty of coaches at Northwest Guilford.



6’8 2020  Dean Reiber  (Northwest Guilford High School)

Dean put on an impressive show over the summer which has resulted in multiple D1 offers. Dean is a highly skilled kid who can now play any of the front court positions has great footwork with multiple post moves and counters and can also stretch the floor out to the 3 point line. He will be a nightmare for teams in the Metro 4A conference. I look for Dean to average a double double and to make a run for conference player of the year.



Tyler Dearman 6-4 Senior (Southern Guilford High School)

Dearman who will be one of the leaders on Southern Guilford team might not be the most known kid in North Carolina but in Guilford County he is known as someone who can heat up quickly. Dearman routinely put up huge numbers during the summer including one game going for 36 points while making nine 3-pointers.



6’6 2020 Silas Mason 6’6 Junior (Ben L. Smith High School)

One of the most athletic, players in the state is mostly known as a high riser but has recently been putting in a lot of gym time to fine tune his jumper.  With Smith losing so many players to graduation his role will be much different and he will have to be more of an alpha dog.  I don’t think Silas realize how much potential he has and once he finally brings it all together everyone in a opposite jersey better watch out.



6’4 2019 Jayden Turner (Southwest Guilford HS)

Last season Jayden emerged as a scorer and rebounder for theCowboys and made the All-Piedmont Triad 3-A Conferenceteam. Turner put in a lot of hours over the summer in becoming a better player and he showed he can score with the best of them by putting up 43 points in one game.  If Turner keeps up the same energy he had last season and over the summer to the school season I look for Southwest to have a great year.