Posted On: 03/30/20 6:14 PM

The big three has become a staple in the sport of basketball. Roster builders at every level have become infatuated with constructing their teams around a trio of players who can carry a program. Putting together a well-rounded starting five and a solid bench are obviously paramount. That said, having three separate individuals who can single handily change the game while also being able to play alongside one another is often the difference between a good team and a great team. This rings true in the NBA, NCAA, as well as high school. 

With that in mind, here are three of the best trios from the 2019-20 high school season:







Tramon MarkTramonMark6'5" | SGDickinson | 2020State#76NationTX - 2020 6’6 Shooting Guard (Nike Houston Hoops (EYBL))

Marcus WilliamsMarcusWilliams6'2" | SGDickinson | 2020State#410NationTX - 2020 6’2 Combo Guard (Team Harden (Adidas))

Deuce GuidryDeuceGuidry5'8" | PGDickinson | 2020StateTX - 2020 5’8 Point Guard (Team Harden (Adidas))

Dickinson’s big three was comprised of three senior guards who could all score at a high level. Mark

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