Posted On: 10/2/19 6:00 PM

The annual Prep Hoops Top 250 took place in Des Moines on Saturday afternoon. Throughout the week, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best players in the gym, in a series of articles breaking down the top scorers, defenders, passers, etc. In this article, we take a look at the top passers we saw on Saturday.

 

2021 Reid Grant (Johnston)

Grant has established himself as one of the better playmakers in his class, and he showed why again on Saturday. The 6-1 guard likes to play all over the floor, and he showed the ability to make plays from all over the floor, for himself and for others. His willingness to post up smaller defenders is something that I love. He can either use his strength to score against those smaller, less physical defenders, or he can find open shooters on the opposite wing, which is something he did routinely on Saturday - in particular high school teammate Karter Kriegel, who delivered, and was written about in the "Top Shooters" article as a result. Grant's willingness to take advantage of his advantage on the floor helps open

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