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Posted On: 12/1/17 10:52 AM
The Palmetto State has a deep class of talent the next few seasons. Prep Hoops SC takes a look at some point guards from the 2018 that are worth the look for next season.
Dontrell Shuler – Legacy Early College (pictured on front)
Shuler is in his 2nd season with the Lions. The former Irmo HS player can really attack the basket and has a nice mid-range game. Shuler is a lock-down on the ball defender.
Grant Singleton – Lakewood HS
Singleton is the reigning Player of the Year in the Region for the Gators. Singleton 5’11 can see the floor very well and really can attack the gaps. Singleton his open shots.
Chandler Lindsey – Spartanburg Day
Lindsey a left-handed guard has good explosion to the rack. Lindsey has the honor to play and throw the ball to Zion Williamson. Lindsey a bouncy guard is very quick end to end on the floor.
Skylar Williams – West Ashley HS
Williams averaged over 17 ppg last season for the Wildcats. Williams is playing more on the ball now.
Ryan McCray – Ben Lippen
McCray can score the ball in bunches when needed. McCray is truly the leader of the Falcons offense.McCray is verty confident scoring point guard.
Tuzion Brock – Southside HS (Greenville)
Brock is about as touch as they come on the floor. Brock brings a blue collar attitude to the floor and won a 3-A State Championship last season. Brock really gets after it on the defensive end of the floor.
Jermaine Patterson – Bluffton HS
Bluffton averaged 27.1 ppg last season while eclipsing the 30 point barrier several times last season. Patterson excels on the football field for the Bobcats.
Maliek Wilcox – Legacy Early College
Wilcox arrived here from South Pointe HS earlier this fall. Wilcox is caught in a rotation of several guards here for the Lions.
Melvin McKie – South Aiken HS
McKie 5’9 is a fearless guard with a great heart to win. McKie can really get into the gaps and doesn’t turn the ball over at all. McKie scored 17 points in his season opener vs White Knoll HS.
Robert Swanson – Myrtle Beach HS
Swanson 5’10 (great name – no relation) plays with a lot of savvy. Swanson won’t pass the eye test but he’s effective when it comes to shooting the ball at a high percentage.
Ephraim Butler – Berkeley HS (Moncks Corner)
Butler 5’10 scored 19 points in the season opener vs Fort Dorchester. Butler keeps the ball on the string and really can create his own shot.