Posted On: 10/31/18 3:38 PM
Prep Hoops takes a look at which 2019 point guards are still available for next season.
Deuce Dean – York Prep (pictured on front)
Dean 6’4 is back for a 2nd season with the Patriots. Dean started his career off at Dutch Fork HS. Dean has great size at the point guard and really sees the floor well. Dean has the ability to overpower guards with his size. Dean has great academics and ranks #8 in the Palmetto State 2019 Class. Dean ran with Team Loaded North Carolina on the Grassroots Circuit.
Michel Dukes – First Baptist (Charleston)
Dukes has ran for over 5,000 career yards on the gridiron and has over 20 football offers from all levels. Dukes has the Hurricanes back in the playoffs this season and playing up this year in the SCISA 3-A ranks.
Tommy Bruner – Gray Collegiate
Bruner has scored over 1,000 career points before entering his senior season for the War Eagles. Bruner 6’1 has received interest from UNC-Wilmington, Towson, Wyoming, Boston University and Howard University according to War Eagles Head Coach Dion Bethea. Bruner’s older brother Jordan plays at Yale.
Crosby Harris-James – Ridge View HS
Harris-James 6’0 is looking to repeat as a Class 4-A State Champion again this season. Harris-James has received offers from South Carolina State, Coker (SC) (NCAA D2), Clayton State (GA) (NCAA D2) and Francis Marion (SC) (NCAA D2). Harris-James averaged 17.3 ppg last season for the Blazers.
Khalil Robinson – Gray Collegiate
Robinson averaged 6 assists for the War Eagles last season. Citadel, Jacksonville State, South Carolina State and Howard University have shown interest in Robinson according to Bethea.
Zeb Graham – Nation Ford HS
Graham 5’11 has scored over 1,000 career points already. Graham is a 2-time Class 5-A All-State and Region Player of the Year. Graham has received interest from USC-Upstate, Presbyterian and Hampton University.
Kassius “Jay” Williams – Socastee HS
Williams is back to lead the Braves offense this coming season. Williams a left-handed guard has been to multiple schools over the years but has seemed to find his niche on the Grand Strand.
Dorian Williams – Greenville HS
Williams has received interest from Mars Hill (NC) (NCAA D2) and Quincy University (IL) (NCAA D2). Williams averaged 11 ppg last season for the Red Raiders. Williams has a chance to be the first 1,000 point scorer since 2010.
Frank Lee – Orangeburg-Wilkinson HS
Lee is a physical point guard for the Bruins. Lee 6’2 has good size and can really see the floor well.
Darius Taylor – Hemingway HS
Taylor led the state in assists last season with 7.2 per game. Taylor a 4 year starter for the Tigers also excels on the gridiron for the Tigers. The Tigers will look to 3-peat this coming basketball season in the 1-A ranks.