Posted On: 09/28/15 5:30 PM

At the top of the 2018 class in Virginia, some of the most talented players are at the wing guard position, including one of the top ten players in the nation for the rising sophomore class. There are five wing guards in the top 13 of our rankings, and we break them down for you below!

Keldon Johnson; 6'5; Park View

This was probably the easiest ranking we had in all classes, because Johnson is one of the best sophomores in the country. The brother of Georgetown freshman Kaleb Johnson, Keldon is a big wing that’s a smooth scorer from anywhere on the floor. He has deep range on his jump shot, and his size allows him to finish through contact in the lane.
 
What separates Johnson from other great players is his work ethic and hunger to be the best player in the country. After setting the VHSL freshman scoring record last season at Parkview, he lived in the gym and his improvement is evident every time he steps on the floor. He’s a versatile scorer that can work with the ball in his hands or on the spot up, and he’s

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