PH Texas Report: 2020 Point Guards Vol. III

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Posted On: 10/29/18 1:30 AM

Braelon Bush / 5’6″ / Silsbee / Level: Low-Mid Major

Strengths:

  • Small, diminutive point guard who is built like a running back; speeds up and down the court
  • Has very deep range on his jumpshot; will pull from NBA range; has a very quick trigger
  • Fearless; will get into opposing guards defensively; has quick hands and uses them to pick pockets
  • Gets where ever he wants; hits floaters when getting into the middle of the paint

Weaknesses:

  • A score-first guard; looks to distribute second
  • At 5’6″ his size is a weakness;
  • Struggles when he is not making shots; determines his play

Julian Larry / 6’1″ / Frisco Lone Star / Level: Low-Mid Major

Strengths:

  • A speedy lead guard who is vocal and constantly makes sure everybody is on the same page; intense competitor
  • Extremely fast in the open court
  • Skinny guard, but a good finisher under the rim
  • Sees the floor, creates open opportunities for others
  • Dual-sport athlete; high school’s starting quarterback

Weaknesses:

  • Jumpshot needs more consistency
  • Questionable decision making at times
  • Out of control at times with his speed, which leads to turnovers

Logan McLaughlin / 6’1″ / Lewisville Hebron / Level: Low-Mid Major

Strengths:

  • A tough scoring point guard with a good body; gets it going from all three-levels
  • Great shooting stroke; drills threes off the bounce; scores with ease off the bounce; almost automatic when his feet are set
  • Very athletic in transition; will fly off of one-foot and throw it down
  • Decent passer; advances the ball up the court for quick baskets

Weaknesses:

  • Struggles defending explosive guards
  • Score-first point guard; if his shot is not falling, he may not have an impact on the game

 

To receive contact info on these prospects:

Brandon Jenkins

214-962-7678

@brandon_jenkin5