Posted On: 04/15/19 2:23 PM

Guard play was one of the most impressive parts of the day as ball-handlers were getting after it all day. Here is five players who stood out as they were able to run the offense, get others involved and create on Championship Sunday. 

Jacob Mattox – New Mexico D1 Ambassadors

Although D1 lost the game to get to the championship one of the sharpshooters that stood out in the game is Mattox. Mattox was able to get open looks as he found the open spots and ran off of screens. He has smooth shooting mechanics and is a high IQ guard that knows where to be. He fills the lane correctly and is a player that can shoot it as soon as he crosses half court that teams have to keep an eye on. He was able to keep his team around as he had 17 points while hitting five 3-pointers. Once he is in a zone like that the team is really able to flow.

Marcus Scott– New Mexico D1 Ambassadors

D1 Ambassadors ended up falling to Team KC Ball but one guard that stood out all day has been Scott. Scott had maybe the quickest first

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