Palmetto State : 2019 Unsung Point Guards

South Carolina

Posted On: 08/16/18 9:43 PM

Prep Hoops takes a look at some 2019 Unsung Point Guards. Some of these players don’t grab all the headlines at times but let their game do the talking on the floor. 


Kassius “Jay” Williams

Kassius “Jay” Williams – Socastee HS 

Williams didn’t play on the Grassroots Circuit this summer as he was working a summer job. Williams is back for the Braves after literally being on the move the past 4 years. Williams a left-handed point guard plays with some swag and attitude on the floor at times. Williams sure doesn’t lack any confidence and look for him to lead the Braves this coming season. 


Ta’Jay Dunlap – Westwood HS (pictured on front)

Dunlap really came out this season and made a name for himself at times with the Carolina Pressure. Dunlap plays with great toughness and grit on the floor. Dunlap really utilizes the floater a lot in the lane. Dunlap will team up with Russell Jones this season in the backcourt for new Head Coach Ty Baumgardner. 


Derrick Larry

Derrick Larry – Summerville HS 

Larry is just very solid in the backcourt for the Green Wave and Head Coach David Long. Larry had a 3 to 1 Assist to Turnover ratio last season. Larry has the ability to finish on contract with his strong body. Larry a tough minded kid has great body control on the floor. Larry played on the Grassroots circuit with a local team Hardwood Warriors. . 


Trevez Caldwell

Trevez Caldwell – Irmo HS 

Caldwell plays for a legendary Head Coach Tim Whipple. The Irmo HS basketball program is always on the top of the 5-A ranks year after year. Caldwell won’t overwhelm you with anything he does on the floor. Caldwell 5’10 penetrates-kicks and is a great table setter on the floor. Caldwell has a nice mid-range game. and is a pass 1st point guard that helps you win games in the end. 


Zuric Harvey – Northwestern HS 

Harvey 5’9 really commands the floor well for his size. Harvey played Grassroots Circuit with PSB Elite this past season. Harvey doesn’t turn the ball over with his ability to keep it low to the ground.