Posted On: 09/25/19 7:00 AM

The PrepHoops Oregon Top 250 Expo showcased much of the state's talent on Sunday and as expected, the strength lay in the point and combo guards in attendance. Since there were so many, we will split up our look at the top guards by class - starting with the senior Class of 2020.

Matthew Levis (2020 Jesuit) - Levis might have been the top guard in the building on Sunday. The 6-foot senior simply came to compete and showed great intensity on both ends of the floor. He took the opportunity to play at the point for most of the time and showed great decision making when it came to looking for his own shot or setting up others, and dished out some very pretty dimes. His shot was falling and he was locked in on D as usual.

Jesse White (2020 Barlow) - One of last year's shooting stars, White played a little differently in the action we watched out of him. The 6-foot senior wasn't just looking to drop 30-footers, but instead he was diversifying his shot selection from long range to drives at the hoop. But most of all, he didn't force things but instead was playing

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