Posted On: 03/25/20 8:29 PM

I’ve never heard a coach say "I have too much shooting". So in this article PH takes a look at some of the top returning shooters next season.

Sebastian MackSebastianMack6'1" | SGDurango | 2023StateNV 6’1 SG Durango 2023 (#1PHN 2023) - He shoots it effortlessly. Mack is automatic in catch and shoot situation and loves rhythm dribble 3’s. Combine his penchant for making clutch shots and he is clearly one of the best shooters in the state. 

Noah SherrardNoahSherrard5'11" | PGSilverado | 2021StateNV 6’0 SG Silverado 2021 (#29PHN 2021) - Sherrard is one of the top catch and shoot Snipers in the state. Good shot prep and a consistent form, Sherrard made 44 threes this season shooting over 42% from the line.

Jason CondronJasonCondron6'0" | SGPalo Verde | 2021StateNV 6’0 SG Palo Verde 2021 (#60PHN 2021) (featured image)  - Condron was one of the most accurate shooters in the state last season. The sharpshooting junior shot 47% from behind the arc this season.

Jaylen BerryJaylenBerry6'2" | PGBasic | 2021StateNV 6’2 PG Basic 2021 (#19PHN 2021) - Berry gets more credit for his overall playmaking then he does his shooting, however, he made multiple 3’s in 11 games last season.

Jaden HardyJadenHardy6'4" | PGCoronado | 2021State#10NationNV 6’4 PG Coronado 2021 (#1PHN 2021)

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