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Posted On: 12/7/18 2:15 PM
A top young Idaho prospect, 5-foot-10 point guard Lloyer Driggs is at the helm of brand new high school program Thunder Ridge, and flourishing.
The sophomore point guard is young, but projects himself as a leader of the Titans, and it’s his ability to handle the rock and find teammates for open buckets that he’s been best at.
“Passing is something I’m good at and I can shoot it, too. Then, just being a leader on the floor and getting my teammates open with my ball-handling. And I like to get out there on the defensive end, too,” said Driggs, who mentioned some areas he’s been working to improve.
“I’d say I need to improve everything, mostly. I can always work on being a better leader, and my shooting. And being a better defender, too.”
Driggs spent his freshman season at Hillcrest, he played JV there. Now, at new program Thunder Ridge, he’s the starting point guard for the varsity.
As soon as his season wraps up, Driggs will head onto an important 16U offseason, and says he’ll play with Idaho Select, which will give him ample opportunity for exposure.
“One of my big goals is to pick up a D1 offer, from any school,” said Driggs. “And just become a better overall player and just get better at everything.”
Check out a recent highlight video of Driggs, click here