Posted On: 06/13/18 1:34 PM

The class of 2021 Rankings were updated this week and we are now going to continue on with our usual updates that come along with that including our positional breakdowns.  Today, we look at those point guard rankings in the current 2021 Rankings.

# First HT POS High School Grassroots Team
1 Jalen Blackmon 6’0 PG Marion Indy Heat 2021
2 Khristian Lander 6’1 PG Evansville Reitz EG10 2021
3 Gus Etchison 5’11 PG Hamilton Heights Indiana Elite Central 2021
4 Lane Sparks 6’0 PG Greensburg UA Grind 2021
5 Luke Brown 5’10 PG Blackford Indiana Elite 2K20
6 Naylon Thompson 6’0 PG Bishop Luers Indy Heat 2021 Red
7 Vincent Brady 6’1 PG Lawrence North George Hill Rising Stars 2021
8 Quimari Peterson 5’10 PG Gary West Meanstreets 2021
9 Luke Lacey 6’0 PG Brownsburg UA Grind 2021
10 Luka Balac 6’0 PG Munster Indiana Elite 2021
11 Max Grimes 6’2 PG Lafayette Jeff Indiana Elite Ice 2021
12 Sean Black 5’9 PG Warren Central Indiana Elite Central 2021
13 Mason Gonzales 6’0 PG Franklin Central Grassroots Indiana 2021
14 Brenden Lytle 5’11 PG Bishop Dwenger Indy Heat 2021 Red
15 Vinny Buccilla 6’1 PG Hamilton Southeastern Hayward Hoops 2021
16 Ashton Beaver 6’0 PG Lafayette Jeff Indiana Elite Ice 2021
17 Max Jacobsen 6’1 PG Harrison Indiana Elite Ice 2021
18 Brycen Graber 6’1 PG Barr-Reeve DistinXion 2021
19 Joseph Phinisee 6’0 PG McCutcheon Indiana Elite Ice 2021
20 Colton Jones 6’1 PG Valparaiso Indiana Dawgz 2021
21 Weston Hamby 5’11 PG Manchester TPE 2021
22 Caleb Swearingen 6’0 PG Northview DistinXion 2021

Breakdown: The class of 2019 point guards is a pretty good one with the top end of the class a two-man race that will go down until our final rankings with Jalen Blackmon and Khristian Lander the clear leaders.  Both have played outstanding this Spring and have elevated their stock and drawn the interest of national scouts and colleges.

Looking further down the list, guys like Naylon Thompson and Vincent Brady have really taken their games to another level quickly and put themselves in the conversation at the top of this set of rankings. I think they also could be in line for another jump when we go through rankings again in early August as they continue to develop quickly.

Overall, the group has enough talent with many guys that will vie for spots in the Top 10 of the overall rankings and there are 5+ guys in that group. Along with that, I think the size will be interesting to watch as there are a good handful of players that will continue to grow taller, guys like Vinny Buccilla, Luka Balac, Naylon Thompson, and Max Grimes. It could help with some more diversity in this group as that is the one thing we don’t have yet but is still in the cards over the next couple years.