The change in the recruiting cycle is going to be a big change for everyone. Right as we thought we were going to be getting out on the road, we get shut down. So, in order to spend as much effort as we can in getting players seen, we are going to do what we call, 3-Packs.
With these, we want to highlight 3 players who are similar in class and position. Get some time to dive into some quick thoughts, stat breakdowns, and film. Today, we are looking at 2021 Shooting Guards in, , and .
– 6’2 SG 2021 – Andrean (IN)
Stats: 12.2 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 2.2 apg
Thoughts: Jones is a very talented shooting guard with a lot of athleticism and agility. Really at his best when he can create his own shot. Does a good job in both driving and shooting from behind the arc. His jumper looks really solid with a good release. His body frame makes him a solid defender. Still needs to continue to get stronger. This off-season and his senior will be huge for him to start getting more offers from schools. Jones has all the talent to play with the best this state has to offer. Could very well be in for a breakout year coming up.
– 6’0 SG 2021 – Covington (IN)
Stats: 15.8 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 1.9 apg
Thoughts: Pinkerton is tough and hard-working shooting guard. A little undersized but makes up for it with his aggressive play. He has a well-rounded offense with a solid jumper. Really solid off the catch-and-shoot and has some amount of creativeness to his offense. When given enough space, he can be an effective scorer there too. Also pretty aggressive on defense as he does not back down from anyone. If you are looking for a tough player that can provide scoring, Pinkerton is your guy.
– 6’1 SG/PG 2021 – Harrison (IN)
Thoughts: Jacobsen is a solid guard with some strength and toughness. Little on the smaller side but he does his best to make sure his size does not play a factor in his style of play. Has a good amount of speed and plays well in the halfcourt. More-than-likely will play the PG spot at the next level which can be good for him as he distributes the ball well. Has a good skill-set right now, just needs to continue to improve. This upcoming year will be crucial for Jacobsen as he will look to breakout among the pack.