Posted On: 01/11/19 6:00 AM

The 2022 group is full of small point guards. In our first rankings, point guard is the deepest position group in the class and has quality depth to it. There is likely to be some separation over the next couple of years but right now the top 5-6 point guards in the class don't have much room between them as prospects.

  • Turner Buttry, Bowling Green - Buttry is a high IQ point who is the son of a coach and you can tell by how he plays that he has been in a gym most of his life. Not blessed with great size or athleticism, Turner uses his smarts to find open space and make the right pass. His ceiling as a college prospect is going to be limited to how much he grows but he is going to be a very good high school player.
  • Aden Slone, Danville - Slone is a little flashier than Buttry but also plays a little more loose than his peer. That's not a bad thing. Aden thrives in an up and down system where he can have the ball in his hands and be pushing the pace. His older brother was a 1,000 point

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