Posted On: 04/8/20 8:15 PM

So many times you hear the term "Combo" to describe a perimeter player. What I am referring to is a player that doesn’t exclusively play one backcourt spot, however, has the skills to spend time at both. In today’s game, you could easily argue that a good combo guard may be the most valuable position on the floor. In this article, PH takes a look at the top Combo Guards in Nevada.

  1. Jaden HardyJadenHardy6'4" | PGCoronado | 2021State#10NationNV 6’4 Coronado (#1) - This is an easy one. Hardy may be the top Combo guard in the nation. Both his ballhandling and shooting skills grade out at an A average. Off the bounce, he is the best player at working into his move, creating space, and raising up and making tough contested shots. (Click here for an example)
  2. Azavier JohnsonAzavierJohnson6'4" | PGFaith Lutheran | 2021StateNV 6’4 Faith Lutheran (#9) - Johnson is second on the list even though several guards are ranked ahead of him. Let me explain. He is the definition of a combo, as he posses the passing skills of a PG and the frame of a 2. An underrated R&J athlete, Johnson is effective running the wing and finishing in

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