Posted On: 03/20/20 11:00 AM

The high school basketball season has come to a close with seniors across the region now eyeing their next move at the college level. Many have been signed while others are surveying their options. A select number of players made the most out of their final year with superb all-around seasons, including these five most improved senior guards.

Jahveon Medearis — Warren

Jahveon Medearis was the star for the Warren Bears in what became a strong 17–9 season coupled with an appearance in the CIF-SS Division 2AA playoffs.

Medearis improved in all cylinders of his game after a 2018–2019 season that was highlighted by a selection in the San Gabriel Valley League First Team All-League. As expected, he was the main reliable double-digit scorer for the Bears and one whom the team could rely on over a game-by-game basis. The 6’2” talent is a score-first point guard who handled a bulk of the on-ball responsibilities for his team. He is more of a prototypical scoring point guard that can attack the basket and finish against contact, which opens up a variety of options to go to on offense. He is also crafty when finishing at the basket, whether it is

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