Posted On: 10/31/19 8:14 AM

Let's Get Ready III featured a lot of talent on the perimeter. There were players that looked very comfortable running the show. They excelled with the ball in their hands, making plays for their team. We will look at some of these floor generals. These players may or may not technically be 'point guards', but they played like leaders on the perimeter. 

Jaxon Childers (2023, 5'9", Benzie Central)

Childers can flat out shoot. He fires the ball with confidence. Childers can handle the ball against pressure as well. He has the look of a solid floor leader. 

Nate Childers (2022, 5'10", Benzie Central)

The elder of Childers' looked very comfortable with the ball in his hands. He was excellent swinging the ball and not letting it stick in anyone's hands. Childers seemed to know which passes were high percentage. 

Tristan Feighner (2021, 6'0", Leslie)

Feighner made some terrific passes in traffic. He's going to dish out a ton of assists over the next four years. Feighner has the potential to be a force off a dribble drive. 

Duriel Mask (2021, 5'9", Carrollton)

Mask was quick as quick could be. This

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