Posted On: 02/6/19 9:10 AM
Trust the process. The sometimes overused but very applicable saying. Below is a list of guards in the class of 2019 who have identified junior college as being a good route to take and are open to that recruitment.
Trey Bates III (6’1’’ Point Guard) – Piper High School
Trey is a skilled point guard who will be an asset defensively and be comfortable running an offense. Has a good feel for the game and will step in right away and make an impact.
Clayton Hood (6’3’’ Guard) – Derby High School
A late bloomer whose athleticism will translate easily to the next level and his ability to get into the paint or show off his range with his jumper. High ceiling.
Easton Leedom (6’3’’ Guard) – Andover Central High School
A knock down shooter who is developing more off the dribble. Impacting the game in many ways for Andover Central averaging 16 PPG, 6 RPG, and 6 APG.
Blayne Baldwin (6’2’’ Guard) – Frontenac High School
Blayne hangs his hat on his ability to get to the basket and has played multiple positions for Frontenac, getting put down low due to his size and lack of post-players at his school.
Kobe Bonner (5’10’’ Point Guard) – Topeka-Seaman High School
Kobe is a pass-first guard who sees the floor well but can also shoot the ball from long-range. He competes defensively and often is able to be a disruptive defender to whomever he is guarding.
Ceddie Payne II (5’10’’ Point Guard) – Independent High School
Ceddie can attack the paint and finish around longer defenders. He nearly led his AAU team this summer in every statistical category and takes pride in doing anything/everything to help his team succeed.
Jonah Willits (5’10’’ Guard/Forward) – McLouth High School
Jonah is a strong, non-traditional guard in the fact that he will often go to war with bigger players in the paint. He’s a guy who will embrace the culture of a program and be a good teammate.
Donald Bobbit (5’11’’ Guard) – Wichita Heights High School
Bobbit is a defense first guard who uses his lateral quickness to cut off driving lanes to the basket. Offensively he is comfortable off the bounce and has improved his shooting in the past year.
Savian Edwards (5’10’’ Point Guard) – Washburn Rural High School
Lightning-fast, good defender, and can facilitate an offense. Savian is having a productive year at Washburn Rural as they soar sky high.
Armahn Downing (6’1’’ Guard) – Washburn Rural High School
Downing can play either guard position and contribute to the game with his scoring or take on more of a facilitator role depending on who is around him.