Posted On: 03/30/20 10:32 AM

The state of Michigan is filled with a ton of good guard play but these five seniors stand out above the rest. In my opinion, Jalen TerryJalenTerry6'1" | PGFlint Beacher | 2020State#86NationMI, Lorne BowmanLorneBowman6'2" | PGSt. Mary's | 2020State#176NationMI, Ryan RollinsRyanRollins6'1" | PGMacom Dakota | 2020State#290NationMI, Jarvis WalkerJarvisWalker6'2" | PGMuskegon | 2020State#416NationMI, and Tyson AcuffTysonAcuff6'4" | PGCass Tech | 2020StateMI are the five best senior guards in the state. Terry and Bowman lead the way as they will be attending Oregon and Wisconsin, respectively. Rollins has committed to Toledo, while Walker and Acuff are also headed to mid-major programs. 

1. Jalen TerryJalenTerry6'1" | PGFlint Beacher | 2020State#86NationMI (Flint Beecher High School): Terry is a 5’11” and 165-pound point guard who committed to Oregon on Jan. 18, 2020 after de-committing from Michigan State. He also had offers from DePaul and Iowa. Terry can be lethal in a screen-and-roll because of his ability to pass the ball in tight situations. His offensive game reminds me a lot of Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and that’s why he’s the #3 ranked player in the state.

2. Lorne BowmanLorneBowman6'2" | PGSt. Mary's | 2020State#176NationMI (Saint Mary’s High School): Bowman committed to Wisconsin on Nov. 16, 2018 and has improved even more since then. The 6’2” point guard has a

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