Posted On: 05/29/19 9:30 AM

The Hoop Memorial Day Classic was the final tournament of the spring and top teams from the Pacific Northwest came to Salem for three days of competitive action. Among those on the court were a number of Class of 2020 point guards that have been highly underrated to this point, but stood out this weekend with their play.

Here's a look at a few of them.

Andre Best (2020 Oregon City/Team Fly White) - Everyone was tired from having to play back-to-back games after playing a late game on Sunday night, but Best did his proverbial best to keep the offense running. The 5-foot-11 floor leader plays with a good feel for the game, knowing when to get the ball to his teammates or take on the offense himself. He didn't shoot particularly well in the 17U Open Division finals but worked his tail off on defense and played largely turnover free.

Ikin Chan (2020 Century/OBC) - Chan is a hard-working, gym rat type point guard that gave a lot of effort on the court in the game we watched. He steadily handled pressure, looked for the open man, and knocked down the open jumper. At sub 6-feet he may

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