PREVIEW: Kansas’ top 2020 point guards (Part I)

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Posted On: 10/12/18 12:00 PM

As part of its 2018-19 preview series, Prep Hoops Kansas takes a look at some of the state’s top players in a variety of positions in the rising junior class.

Below are some of the state’s top point guard prospects in the 2020 class.

Trey Reid, 5’11, G, Maize South, NLHA

Reid is a scrappy guard who can force turnovers and capitalize on the mistake. He’s a quick, one who handles the ball and plays well on the move. He can score in transition and make shots from deep if he has the look. Reid doesn’t back down if his shot doesn’t fall. He stays after it and fights to get on the board.

Tre Washington, 5’10, G, Derby, NLHA

Washington plays his best when he has the ball in his hands. He makes good decisions on the floor, someone who passes well and can score it for himself. He’s a creator. He knows when to get his teammates involved and when to put the ball on the floor. Washington also proved he can be a consistent shooter from behind the line. 

Elijas Watson, 5’9, PG, 2020, Topeka (Kan.), Kansas Hoggs

Kid can really play. Is lightning quick off the dribble, can change directions quickly and can get to the basket. He made several tough chances around the basket and also created easy opportunities for teammates as he drove the lane and dumped off passes for layups. He’s a player to watch going forward due to his quickness and ability to handle the ball.

Dariq Williams, 5’11, G, 2020, Parsons

Williams brings solid ball handling, quickness and the ability to get to the basket to the court. He has the ability to play above the rim, and brings versatility to the floor.