Posted On: 10/2/19 8:46 AM

The Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo was on September 22 at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids. There was an array of sophomore and freshman point guards to see. We will take a look at some of these future stars. A few of the players listed may technically be considered combo guards or even shooting guards, but at the Top 250 they all at least showed flashes of lead guard skills. 

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

Childers will have a big impact on the future of Benzie Central basketball. After seeing him at the Top 250, he's sure to have his hands on the ball in key moments. 

William Clinkscales II (2022, 5'8", North Farmington)

North Farmington is used to having excellent point guard play from Justus Clark. It looks like Clinkscales II will be ready to take the reigns. 

Shane Eberhard (2022, 5'11", Linden)

Eberhard is a steady point guard that fits perfectly in Linden's loaded backcourt. He'll be excellent distributing to shooters next season. 

Shawn Foreman (2023, 5'9", Comstock Park)

Foreman showed flashes with the ball in his hands at the Top 250. He has the potential to

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