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Posted On: 05/31/18 10:04 PM
The Grand Strand – Myrtle Beach area has plenty some teams in rebuilding stage for this coming season. Lets take a look at the second five players from the 2019 class in this article.
Ty’shaun Richardson – Waccamaw HS (Pawleys Island)
Richardson a guard is tough hombre on the floor. Richardson likes to drive the ball to the basket and isn’t afraid to dive for a loose ball or take on charge on the defensive end. Richardson averaged 10.1 ppg last season for the Warriors.
Jalen Matthews – Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach
Matthews has really bulked up over the past year and has a great frame. Matthews has a great set of shoulders really lacks a true position on the floor. Matthews 6’4 lacks perimeter skills but will be a solid role player for the Saints this season.
Tyron Stockdale – North Myrtle Beach HS
Stockdale might be looking to entertain football after this coming season. Stockdale a wide receiver on the gridiron had a great season last year for the Chiefs. Stockdale hauled in 32 receptions last year for 720 yards. Stockdale had 9 touchdowns. Stockdale 6’2 shooting guard plays with a lot of confidence and swagger on both the football field and the hardwood.
Jevon Griffin – North Myrtle Beach HS (pictured on front)
Griffin a shooting guard likes to set up shot on the left side of the floor especially in the corners. Griffin a lefty averaged 13 ppg last season for the Chiefs. Griffin played this past spring with Stockdale on the Confidence Cougars AAU team.
Jerry Dorsey and Derrick Grant – Georgetown HS
Dorsey 6’3 long athlete and Grant 6’2 is a brute in the paint for the Bulldogs. Grant runs AAU with Manzer.
Prep Hoops plans on working around the Palmetto State all through the month of June while attending several team camps and 1 day jamborees. Stay here for all the latest coverage on Prep Hoops.