Spring Kick Off (2017): 16U standouts (point guards)

Grassroots
Colorado

Posted On: 04/11/17 8:55 AM

DENVER, Colo. — Prep Hoops takes a look at some of the top 16U point guards who impressed this past weekend in Denver at the Spring Kick Off (2017).

2 — Jaelen House, 6’2, 2019, Shadow Mountain, Las Vegas Prospects

(Pictured) Might have been the most talented performer we saw throughout the weekend. Has elite speed with the ball, can really create off the bounce and make plays, both for himself and teammates. House is a great passer, has a nice floater game but can also get all the way to the bucket.

3 — Mikel Henderson, 5’10, 2019, Lee’s Summit North, KC Spurs

Henderson is a small guard who does a good job of protecting the ball and leading a team. He plays under control and with pace. Has the ability to knock down 3s, but also showed a nice pull-up game and floater in the lane.

25 — Levi Braun, 6’3, 2019, Topeka Hayden, SSA Elite

Good size for a guard in the 6’2 to 6’3 range. Does a good job of changes the pace, can shoot it from distance and is a good rebounder and scrappy defender.

25 — Chance Michels, 6’2, 2019, Bishop Gorman, Las Vegas Prospects

Plays with flair, but is a smart, heady guard-type. Had some really slick passes throughout the tournament.  A very creative guard with a knack for the flashy play.