Posted On: 07/29/19 1:51 PM

HOUSTON — Session I of the first annual SOUTH College Basketball Academy recently was held at the University of Houston. This invite-only camp featured some of the best prospects from states within the region. Brandon Jenkins was in on all of the action and highlights the top Texas guards who stood out during the live period event: 

(Alphabetical Order)

Coleton BensonColetonBenson6'1" | SGAustin Bowie | 2021StateTX 6’1″ 2021 Bowie (Austin, TX): Benson dropped in buckets from all three ranges. His pull-up game is certified and his deceptive burst off the bounce is impressive. A player that coaches should not pump fake on.

Braelon BushBraelonBush5'6" | PGSilsbee | 2020State#452NationTX 5’6″ 2020 Silsbee (Silsbee, TX): It will be challenging for coaches to find another player faster than the small and tough guard. He used his speed and quickness to free up teammates for open looks. Bush made terrific decisions in pick and roll situations. I loved his awareness defensively.

Thailand ElderThailandElder6'1" | SGAllen | 2020State#439NationTX 6’2" 2020 Allen (Allen, TX): An athletic guard who is a pogo stick around the rim. He is an explosive two-foot leaper and has a quick first step off the rip. Elder is extremely active on the defensive end and acts

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