Posted On: 07/31/19 11:26 AM

Nevada, has been point guard central for a long time, from Greg Anthony, to Marcus Banks, to Jamal Smith, the city has always had a knack for producing, quick undersized playmakers, who compete with a chip on their shoulder. This year the class of 2020 features several players who fit that mold. In this article PH takes a look at some of the best small guards in the state.

#7 Anthony Hunter 5’11 PG (Durango) – "Tone" Hunter is one of my favorite players to watch. He is a lock down perimeter defender that uses his low center of gravity to his advantage. He's able to turn ballhandlers and use his quick hands to create steals. His overall quickness allows him to get buckets, either by pushing the pace in transition, or knocking down 3’s when defenders back off. He averaged 13 PPG and lead the Las Vegas Knicks in assist this summer on the Adidas Gauntlet circuit.

#18 Elijah Jackson 6’0 PG (Churchill County) – Not sure if I’m happy about having Jackson this high on this list. Because of him, I’m definitely going to have to make a trip out to Fallon this winter. Jackson, is one of

Nevada All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Nevada to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week!