Posted On: 02/23/19 12:56 PM

Atlanta, Georgia - The 2018-2019 is coming to an end, and that means for those who are seniors your time in high school has come to an end. The state of Georgia is a really huge state, obviously, and that means there are plenty of prospects out there still in the 2019 class who have yet to sign or commit to playing basketball at the next level. Below I have pointed out some of the top 2019 prospects who are still on the board and who have skills to play at the next level.


G Alyn Breed (McEachern High School) 

The 6-foot-3 combo guard Alyn Breed was one of the main reasons McEachern was one of the top teams in the nation. Playing behind top 2020 PG Sharife Cooper and Auburn commit 2019 F Isaac Okoro, Breed did not really get the recognition he would have received probably at any other lower school. He should certainly be at the top of any college coaches list looking for a quality guard. Breed only has offers from East Carolina, LIU-Brooklyn, Penn, and UAB. He is a solid guard who you can put at the 1 or 2 position and a guard

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