Posted On: 08/26/19 5:26 PM

The point guard position has become the most important in today's game. If your team doesn't have a ball handler that can do a mixture of facilitate, score and defend, chances are you'll face some struggle. In Baltimore for the 2019-20 season, there are plenty of talented floor generals. I break down my top 10 as summer comes to a close.

1. Adrian Baldwin | 6'1 | '20 St. Frances

If you had any doubt in Baldwin coming into the 2018-19 season, he put all of those doubts to rest very quickly. The VCU commit proved over and over again to have an elite feel for the game with ability to make everyone around him better. He isn't just a passing point guard, either. Baldwin came up clutch in two of the biggest stages throughout St. Frances' national schedule. The first game-winner came against Memphis East in the Chick-Fil-A Classic as the 6-foot-1 point guard caught the ball off of an inbounds play a couple feet behind the three-point line. He drilled the shot and upset Memphis East, who had the No. 1 player in the country in James Wiseman. Baldwin then came through for the Panthers in

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