With the completion of the Combine, we take a look back at some of the best of the best from Sunday's action. We continue with our top guards from this past weekend.
Landon Hall – 2017 SG – Brownsburg
Not only did he test out really well, Landon Hall looked great during the games too. He's such a versatile player with his size and aggressiveness. He's a guy you can plug into any situation or position and see succeed. Definitely looks to be a wing player as he shoots a decent percentage and can handle it well enough.
Brandan Johnson – 2018 PG – Fort Wayne North
Johnson is a guy to watch down the road. He's 6'2 and long and has really good handles, enough to stick at the point for now. Deceptive in his ability to get to the rim and while wiry, he still has a decent amount of strength. Dribble-drive guard who can be a pass-first guy at times. Good amount of upside with him.
Connor Rotterman – 2017 SG – Hamilton Southeastern
Rotterman is kind of a jack-of-all-trades guard. Tough, great body, and can be a combo guard with some help on the ball. The thing that makes Rotterman intriguing is his ability to help in various areas. Can shoot from distance, decent driving guard, plays defense, and has some size. Does a lot of things that aren't always going to show up on the stat sheet.
Jaylen Minnett – 2017 PG – Terre Haute South
Minnett is one of the more fun guys in the state to watch. If he is on, just sit back and enjoy the show. He shoots the ball really well and has range beyond the volleyball line. However, when he doesn't have it, Jaylen won't shoot you into a hole. He'll become passive and set-up his teammates. Needs to work on his driving ability a bit more but he's not bad now.
Nathan Walpole – 2016 SG – Whitko
Walpole is a little under-the-radar in terms of talent inside the state but he's been on guy we have tracked since the start of the summer. He's a tough, gritty guard who shoots it pretty well from distance and has a little bit of athleticism. Decent handles but a definite two-guard. Fun guy to watch because of his effort-level during games.