Spring Preview: 2020 Top Point Guards


Posted On: 03/19/18 8:04 AM

The spring is now just about here and we are spending time over the next month preparing and previewing all you need to know about the 2020 class as AAU gets ready to get going.  We will breakdown many areas with not only position breakdowns but the best of the best. Today, we are looking at those top point guards in the 2020 class.

# First Last Name HT POS High School
1 Michael Saunders 5’10 PG Lawrence North
2 Tayson Parker 6’0 PG Northwestern
3 Brevin Jefferson 6’1 PG Southport
4 Nijel Pack 6’0 PG Lawrence Central
5 SinCere McMahon 6’0 PG Indianapolis Tindley
6 Hunter Jackson 5’10 PG Arsenal Tech
7 Edreece Redmond II 5’10 PG Bishop Chatard
8 Brandon Bell 6’1 PG Mt. Vernon (Fortville)
9 Grant Taueg 6’0 PG Cathedral
10 Rickie Wedlow 5’11 PG Richmond
11 Jeremy Baker 6’1 PG Kokomo
12 Max Gizzi 6’0 PG New Palestine
13 Cade Graham 6’0 PG Evansville Memorial
14 Josh Davis 5’9 PG Munster
15 Jacob Jones 5’8 PG Jeffersonville
16 Mitchell Wilson 5’11 PG Columbia City
17 Syrr Gibbs 5’10 PG Warren Central
18 Hayden Jones 5’11 PG East Noble
19 Jakylen Thomas 5’6 PG Marion
20 Kenny Tracy 6’0 PG Decatur Central
21 Jalen Causey 5’10 PG Fort Wayne North
22 Noah Jager 5’8 PG Bloomington South
23 Bradley Beemon 6’0 PG Hamilton Southeastern
24 Jackson Jannsen 5’8 PG Carmel
25 Turner Royal 5’11 PG Bloomfield
26 Jordan Moore 5’9 PG Fort Wayne North
27 Camron Knott 6’0 PG Hamilton Heights
28 Noah Shook 5’11 PG Indianapolis Homeschool Wildcats
29 Zak Krueger 5’11 PG Homestead
30 Joe Martin 6’1 PG Carmel
31 Kolten Sanford 5’8 PG Evansville North
32 Mar’Quan Givens 5’11 PG Evansville Reitz
33 Vincent Pich 6’1 PG Beech Grove
34 Bobby Fry 5’9 PG Carmel
35 Tyler Boyle 5’11 PG West Lafayette
36 Connor Hole 5’11 PG Western Boone
37 Rico Wilson 5’9 PG Tri-West
38 Karlen Coker 5’9 PG Bowman Academy

Breakdown: When starting to think about the 2020 position rankings, we had thought about doing what we did with 2018 and breaking up in tiers but it is a little early for that. Possibly by the end of the summer we will have a better grasp. However, a loose look at this would be: HM-MM (1-2), LM-DII (3-10), DII-NAIA (10-18), NAIA-DIII (19-38).

Now, we are definitely going to be wrong about those numbers. Some will develop but as we have always said to anyone that has asked, we want to be right at the end of their careers. Everyone is developing at different rates so it is hard to be right about everything.  With that being said, where DII players are going to be strong in a fairly weak DII class with be with the point guards.

Where things get fun with this group is that Top 5 and this summer. I think guys like Brevin Jefferson and Nijel Pack can breakout and completely jump up a level.  Mix in the fact that the Top 5 are grouped so close and there are bound to be changes to watch for come July.

I also think there are guys down the line that are bound to make me rank them higher. Kenny Tracy, Turner Royal, Bradley Beemon, Jalen Causey, and Hayden Jones are among those I’m most interested to watch and see what they look like this summer. They have been among the harder guys to really get a grasp on and more viewings will hopefully put that into closer prospective.

Some guys down the list I’m also interested in looking at are Bobby Fry, Joe Martin, Tyler Boyle, and Noah Shook. These are all guys I have liked at one point but waiting to see that development.