Top Returning Guards in WNC

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 08/2/18 1:00 PM

Ben Bryson (2020) West Henderson HS-The son of former West Henderson standout and WCU player Joey Bryson, the younger Bryson picked up an offer from Tennessee Tech while playing with The Tennessee Bobcats over the summer. He is a skilled, smart guard who has two more years left as being the main scoring option for The Falcons. 

Raishaun Brown (2019) Asheville Christian Academy-Brown is the second-punch for Asheville Christian behind top-5 PrepHoopsNC 2019 Caleb Mills. He is a sound scoring point guard that knows how to run a team. He had an offer from Western Carolina before the coaching change last March. He is strong with the ball and can defend. 

Raishaun Brown

JT Laws (2020) North Buncombe-Laws is a good ball handler, has a consistent shot from outside and makes smart plays. He is the primary ball-handler for The Blackhawks and is good at getting the ball in the paint and making plays. 

Rashad Chafin (2019) Erwin HS-Chafin is one of the better scoring guards at the public school level in WNC. He has good size and a strong build, he can score off the dribble and can get others involved. 

Devin Elliott (2019) Carolina Day-Elliott has transformed his body and his game over the past year. His handle has improved drastically, he is able to finish plays above the rim, he can shoot it from the outside, he is a strong defender and has bulked up tremendously. 

Callin Randolph (2020) Mountain Heritage HS-Randolph has been known since his middle schools days as being one of the best shooters in the mountains. He has range as soon as he walks into the gym, he has a high basketball IQ, makes smart plays, can handle the ball well and is sneaky. 

Brandon Aumiller (2019) Mountain Heritage HS-Aumiller is one of the more physically ready guards in the area. He is strong, can attack the paint off the dribble and can shoot it from the outside. He is skilled with the ball in his hands and will make a case as a Division II prospect down the line. 

Jake Smith (2019) Enka HS-Smith is one of the better returning guards in WNC. He is athletic, can shoot the ball, attacks the paint and defense. He has a strong handle with the ball in his hands.