Posted On: 06/5/18 10:00 AM

Here is a look at some of the top Class of 2019 point/combo guards from last weekend’s St. Charles Shootout:

Kaileb Bryant 6’1″ Fort Zumwalt West: A very impressive two-way guard who plays with a high motor and was very productive. He was excellent in scoring 28 points in a come from behind victory over Battle. He went into attack mode and got buckets at the rim and knocked down some 3-pointers in the second half. I like his drive and will to compete, which led to him making a lot of plays for himself and his teammates. He is also an excellent rebounder from the guard position.

Trent Champagne 6’3″ St. Charles West: A talented player and floor leader for a team that had some impressive victories during Saturday’s action. He did an excellent job of keeping his team organized and keeping everyone involved. In a victory over Troy, he had his trademark pull up game from 15 feet working, but he also knocked down a couple of 3-pointers. That makes him even more difficult to defend. He delivered some nice passes and shot the passing lanes well on defense.

Tayari Goodwin 5’9″ Parkway North: The little general has been doing his thing at Parkway North since he started as a freshman. He is an impressive perimeter shooter who can stretch out the defense with his long range bombs. That open things up for his dribble penetration which leads to layups and floaters. He does a good job of pushing the tempo and making good decisions with the basketball.

Cameron Teson 6’0″ St. Charles: The flashy point guard was one of the top offensive weapons throughout the entire day. He was getting buckets from all three levels and he made it look rather easy. His handles were very good an enabled him to get to the basket. He knocked down several mid-range jumpers which were impressive and the 3-point shot was also working as well. He is also a nifty passer who dropped some nice dimes to teammates.

Daylen Dalton 5’6″ Francis Howell: The little speed merchant played with his usual fast and furious tempo whenever he got the opportunity. He had some impressive finishes at the rim after his dribble penetration. At times, he had to dial it back a little bit with so many younger and inexperienced teammates on the floor with him, but he displayed excellent leadership and mentorship to the youngsters.  He is capable of making a 3-pointer to keep the defense honest.

Kaleb Anderson 6’1″ Francis Howell Central: An energetic point guard who displayed a solid 3-point stroke during the day. His jumper has a lot of arch on it and it was pretty accurate. He has good length which comes in handy on the defensive end as he can work on opposing ball handlers and get in the passing lanes.