Posted On: 05/4/19 2:01 PM

The first session of the EYBL session kicked off last weekend in Atlanta and there was talent all across the gym. In this particular piece I give a quick run of the top five passers from the only live period of the Spring. 

2020 Marcus Watson | Mac Irvin Fire

Watson is a 6'0 point guard who has tremendous feel for the game. He led the first session averaging 9.2 assists per game which were two more than the second place leader. Oklahoma State is getting an elite passer who should contribute in Mike Boynton's program.

2020 Sharife Cooper | AOT

Cooper finished the first session 2nd in assist leaders keeping an average of 7.0 per game. Cooper has all the capability's to score on most offensive possessions but can also distribute the rock to teammates. Lots of questions remain on whether Cooper will re-class to 2019 or not. No matter when he enters college a college program is getting a guard that can score the ball well and set up teammates to score.

2022 Jaden Clayton | UPlay

Clayton will definitely be in discussion as the top point guard in the class of 2022 when everything is all set

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