Posted On: 06/27/19 11:00 PM
Portland State Team Camp was filled with talent and one thing that stood out to us was the level of passing that took place. Here's a look at the top passers at camp.
Trey Galbraith (2020 South Salem) - Jaden Nielsen-Skinner has moved on to Portland State but Galbraith simply slides into his position at lead guard. Similar to Skinny, the 5-foot-8 rising senior has full control of the game when he has the ball in his hands and while he can definitely look for and create his own shot, Galbraith did a fantastic job of finding his open teammates in spots where they could score whether it was beyond the three-point line or at the hoop.
London Smalley (2020 Westview) - Smalley played more of a combo guard last season at Westview but this year he'll be counted on as the point guard. If his play at camp was any indication, head coach Michael Wolf can feel confident he has the ball in the right hands. Smalley ran the point effortlessly and efficiently in the main game we saw against King's Way, and he was especially proficient in seeing and finding guys cutting to the basket for easy scores.