Posted On: 08/27/19 12:40 PM

In previous articles I’ve talked about the depth and history of the Point Guard position in Nevada. Well, if the class of 2022 is any indication, the future is in good hands! In this article PH takes a look at some of the top PG’s in the class of 2022.

Richard Isaacs 6’2 Wasatch (UT) – "Pop" recently announced he will be continuing his career at Wasatch Academy, however in his short time here he managed to make quite an impact on the Nevada prep scene. A cerebral PG, Isaacs controls the game. His understanding of time, score and situation, allows his team to always play at a tempo that they can be successful at. A gold medalist for the USA 16U team this summer, he could probably be best described as a winner. Good size, great handle, and a willing passer. Isaacs is one of the top PG’s in the nation.   

Milos Uzan 6’3 Desert Pines – The departure of Isaacs catapults Uzan to the top playmaker spot. At 6’3 he has the size to see over defenders, and the elite passing ability to capitalize on it. As a freshmen he was among the assist leaders in the

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