Posted On: 07/30/19 8:56 PM
We just came out with our updates and with that there was movements all throughout. In our 2021 class there were plenty of underclassmen that made some moves on varsity and put themselves in elite status. Here is the top five guards we had on our rankings and why we had them at the top.
Julian Hammond –Cherry Creek
Hammond is the top overall guard in the class as he comes in at the No.2 spot in the class. He can shoot the ball and scores as any as any player in the state as he averages over 20 points a game. He is an improved defender with the ability to shoot it lights out from anywhere on the court. He is a guard that plays a ton off ball and is able to shoot off of screens as well as creating his own. He has a green light for the Bruins and as long as he is aggressive offensively as well as getting better in other parts of his game then it is going to be tough to knock him off of that top spot. With work on his ball handling and vision this year he will be one