Posted On: 04/17/20 5:26 PM

Guard play in today’s game is imperative to a team’s success, especially on the college level. From true point guards to combo guys to the traditional shooting guards, this class is full of them all.

Here is a list of the top-rated guards in this class:

JD Davison JD Davison 6'3" | PG Calhoun | 2021 State #10 Nation AL , 6’3 PG, Calhoun: This guy is “Dynamic!” His improved ability to shoot the basketball with range has made him one of the top overall prospects in the entire country. After winning the Alabama “Mr. Basketball” and Alabama Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior while putting up crazy numbers look for this Team USA invite to continue to trend in the upward direction.

Brody Peebles Brody Peebles 6'2" | CG Hartselle | 2021 State #215 Nation AL , 6’3 CG, Hartsell: This Liberty University commit had a stellar junior season. His ability to consistently put up big numbers every night in multiple ways has given him a boost in the latest rankings. His improved ball-handling and creativity of the dribble in one on one situations have made him a much-improved player. Look for him to add more to his game as he goes into his senior season.

Greedy Williams Greedy Williams 6'3" | PG Pinson Valley | 2021 State AL , 6’4 PG, Sidney Lanier: This prospect seems to grow an inch everytime we see him. After a breakout junior season where he averaged 18 points 6 rebounds and 6 assists per game with a 3:1 assist to turnover ratio while being the Poets primary ball-handler he showed he is ready for the big time. His ability to breakdown defenders off the dribble and finish with either hand off any foot makes him laborious to stay in front of.

GaQuincy McKinstry GaQuincy McKinstry 6'1" | CG Pinson Valley | 2021 State AL , 6’1 CG, Pinson Valley: The high major football prospect just seems to play at a different speed than everyone else while on the floor. His first step is lightning quick and he elevates on his shot to the point its hard to contest. He has next-level athleticism and thrives in the pull-up mid-range game and finishes in traffic like a much bigger player. He has rumors of wanting to play both sports in college, but as his gridiron stock continues to rise he will soon have a tough decision to make.

Kaleb Brown Kaleb Brown 6'5" | CG Lee-Huntsville | 2021 State AL , 6’5 CG, Lee-Huntsville: This prospects is the epitome of a “Big Guard” his ability to see the floor and set up his teammates is high level. He uses his body well in transition and tho he is not one to finish over the top of defenders he can definitely finish trough them. He has a good strong handle which allows him to handle versus smaller defenders. No doubt he has the ability to play on the D1 level.

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