Posted On: 05/15/20 1:36 PM

A geographical breakdown of the Who’s Who in Georgia.

Metro Atlanta

1. 6-2 PG Scoot HendersonScootHenderson6'2" | PGKell | 2022State#37NationGA – Kell

Scoota’s freak athleticism gives him the slight nod over Bruce. Instead of a clear cut 1 and 2, its more like 1A and 1B. The race to see who wins a state title first will be fun to track. Don’t be surprised if both get over the hump at the same time.

2. 6-2 PG Bruce ThorntonBruceThornton6'2" | PGMilton | 2022State#56NationGA – Milton

While Henderson gets all the attention in the national rankings, which he deserves, Thornton should be right next to him not a handful of spots behind him. Thornton’s polish and maturity are unlike any other point guard in the southeast. Bruce is a winner and can do it all on the hardwood.

3. 6-4 PG Dillon HunterDillonHunter6'4" | PGWestlake | 2022State#21NationGA – Westlake

The third head of the great 2022 point guard debate is Dillon HunterDillonHunter6'4" | PGWestlake | 2022State#21NationGA. His natural size and athleticism give him an incredibly high ceiling. He made strides his sophomore year but has yet to carry his team to more wins like Henderson and Thornton have. Hunter has played in an extremely tough region and

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