Posted On: 06/4/20 10:43 PM

Good players can get you buckets when you need them. Great players get you buckets when everyone knows the balls going to them. Let’s take a look at the 10 best 1 on 1 players in the City of Las Vegas.

1. Jaden HardyJadenHardy6'4" | CGCoronado | 2021State#4NationNV 6’5 PG Coronado 2021 (#1PHN 2021)  - The easy #1 choice here. Hardy, has every COD and shoots the ball effortlessly from range, after coming out of his move.

2. Cameron KimbleCameronKimble6'4" | SGClark | 2021StateNV 6’5 SG Clark 2021 (#11PHN 2021) (featured image) - He is one of the more efficient players in the state. He uses change of speeds and good explosion into his shot to create space to raise up and shoot the ball.

3. Drake BookerDrakeBooker6'2" | PGFoothills | 2021StateNV 6’2 PG Foothill 2021 (#14PHN 2021) - Has perhaps the most wiggle of anyone on the list. Good low crossover dribble combined with the explosion to raise up and get his shot off quickly.

4. Taj DegorvilleTajDegorville6'3" | SGDurango | 2024StateNV 6’3 SG Durango 2024 (#1PHN 2024) - Utilizes a behind the back dribble going from his right to his left. He then likes to come back and finish with his right hand.

5. Jaden HardyJadenHardy6'4" | CGCoronado | 2021State#4NationNV 6’5 PG Coronado 2021 (#1PHN 2021)  - The easy #1 choice here. Hardy, has every COD and shoots the ball effortlessly from range, after coming out of his move. 2. Cameron KimbleCameronKimble6'4" | SGClark | 2021StateNV 6’5 SG Clark 2021 (#11PHN 2021) (featured image) - He is one of the more efficient players in the state. He uses change of speeds and good explosion into his shot to create space to raise up and shoot the ball. 3. Drake BookerDrakeBooker6'2" | PGFoothills | 2021StateNV 6’2 PG Foothill 2021 (#14PHN 2021) - Has perhaps the most wiggle of anyone on the list. Good low crossover dribble combined with the explosion to raise up and get his shot off quickly. 4. Taj DegorvilleTajDegorville6'3" | SGDurango | 2024StateNV 6’3 SG Durango 2024 (#1PHN 2024) - Utilizes a behind the back dribble going from his right to his left. He then likes to come back and finish with his right hand. 5. Sylis GraySylisGray6'3" | SGClark | 2022StateNV 6’3 SG Clark 2022 ( #13PHN 2023) - Efficient off the bounce. Uses quick shifty COD’s to free himself from defenders. High IQ player that understands how to use angles, and change heights and speeds. 6. Dontrell JohnsonDontrellJohnson6'5" | PFBonanza | 2022StateNV 6’5 PF Bonanza 2022 (#11PHN 2022) - Slasher supreme. Few big men can defend him out on the perimeter, especially when he’s using his speed and quickness. 7. Keshon GilbertKeshonGilbert6'2" | PGDurango | 2020#188NationMO 6’2 PG Durango 2021 (#6PHN 2021) - His handle is simply to good ignore. He gets anywhere he wants on the floor. Splits traps and has a variety of COD’s he likes to use. 8. Glenn TaylorGlennTaylor6'5" | SFAZ Compass Prep | 2021State#145NationAZ 6’5 SF Cheyenne 2021 (#4PHN 2021) - Plays so slow he’s fast. He can create his shot in a variety of ways. Uses his first step, a good behind the back crossover, and ball screens to get off his shot. 9. Emanuel AustinEmanuelAustin6'0" | SGLegacy | 2021 6’0 SG Legacy 2021 (#22PHN 2021) - The best player at sticking his foot into the ground and going straight up. Has a quick first step and good crossover dribble. 10. Craig ComancheCraigComanche6'1" | CGCheyenne | 2021StateNV 6’0 PG Centennial 2021 (#34PHN 2021) - Makes the list mainly for his use of one move. His right to left spin move is one of the most effective in the city. Follow Prep Hoops Nevada

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