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Posted On: 05/31/18 10:49 AM
Prep Hoops is taking a look at around the Palmetto State and breaking down the counties. Lets start at the beach and the Grand Strand. Grand Strand consist of Horry and Georgetown Counties which includes the city of Myrtle Beach.
Mike Green – Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach (pictured on front)
Green is the “Toast of the Coast” this season. Green returns to the Saints already has the leading scorer in school history with 1,726 points. Green a left-handed guard plays on the AAU circuit with the Georgia Stars (Nike EYBL) Green a left-handed crafty playing guard will have some solid pieces back with him this season.
Green currently has a scholarship offer from Charlotte averaged 20.8 ppg, 4.9 rebounds and 5.6 assists last season for the Saints (18-10).
Jahrique Isaiah – Loris HS
Isaiah is the floor general for the Lions. Last season Isaiah led the Lions to a story book season (19-1) before losing in the 3rd round of the playoffs. Isaiah 5’11 really directs traffic well and his very vocal on the floor. Isaiah averaged 12.1 ppg, 7.1 assists, 5.3 steals and 4.4 rebounds. Isaiah was the ultimate Stat Sheet Stuffer last season.
Kassius “Jay” Williams – Socastee HS (Myrtle Beach)
Williams has really started to figure out on the floor. Swanny’s Roundball Review first saw Williams playing AAU with Manzer while attending Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach a few years back. Williams a left-handed guard has made stops at Gray Collegiate and even a season in Upstate New York before coming back last fall to the Grand Strand. Williams is currently running with Team Wall Southeast Marion 2019 on the AAU scene.
Williams really likes to play with some swagger on the floor. Williams averaged 12 ppg and 4 assists last season for the Braves.
Davis Guyton – Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach
Guyton is a knock down shooter on the perimeter. Guyton 6’5 (240) has a great pair of mitts. Guyton connected on 37% (74-201) from three point range last season.
Stephon Greene – Carvers Bay HS
Greene 6’6 has really filled out over the past season. Greene does most of his damage inside the paint and around the basket. Greene helped the Bears to the 2A State Championship Game last March before falling to Gray Collegiate. Greene runs with Manzer on the AAU circuit averaged 13.1 ppg and 9.7 rebounds. The Bears finished the season at (24-3).