Posted On: 03/28/20 9:02 PM

Who doesn’t love speed and power? Throw in a little skill like shooting or driving, and you’ve got a power player. In this article, PH takes a look at some of the top returning power guards in Nevada.

Ta’quan Dillion HodgesTa’quanDillion Hodges6'0" | SFRancho | 2021StateNV 6’0 SF Rancho 2021 (#32PHN 2021) - TDH isn’t necessarily a physical specimen, however he has a mature frame and excels at playing bully ball. His signature skill is his driving to the basket. He gives and can take contact well, and can finish despite it. 

Jalen CunninghamJalenCunningham6'3" | SGFoothill | 2021StateNV 6’3 SG Foothill 2021 (#36PHN 2021) - Cunningham is built similar to Braggs. Stong muscular frame complete with definition. Cunningham has the opportunity to blossom into a very good 3 and D player. He is a knockdown shooter, but with great lateral quickness and upper body strength to wall off perimeter drives.

Jonathan BraggsJonathanBraggs6'3" | SFBishop Gorman | 2021StateNV 6’3 SG Bishop Gorman 2021 (#10PHN 2021) - Braggs has a powerful upper body frame, complete with definition in both the shoulders and biceps. His signature skill is his knockdown ability in catch and shoot situations. He’s almost a specialist with the majority of his shot attempts coming from behind the

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