Posted On: 11/11/19 8:24 PM

I’m biased. When I played I was a PG and I truly believe the ability to get anywhere on the floor with the dribble is one of the most important skills a player can have. Being creative off the bounce, quick COD’s and the ability to start and stop on a dime are all traits of solid ballhandlers. In this article, PH takes a look at some of the top ballhandlers in Nevada.

Keshon Gilbert 6’2 PG Durango 2021 (#6PHN 2021) – The list starts with Gilbert. The UNLV recruit is a maestro with ball. He has a quick COD and can stop on a dime. His best move is probably his pull back cross over, as he creates a ton of space with it. He has perhaps the best combination of quickness and ballhandling of any player in the s

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