Posted On: 08/10/20 4:06 PM

There were an array of point guards from all corners of Louisiana at the Pelican State Hoopfest in Jackson, Mississippi. The tournament was moved from south Louisiana to Jackson due to venue restrictions in Louisiana. Regardless of where it was held, the Hoopfest had all levels of point guard play. We will take a look at the good, the bad, and the not so good from the Louisiana point guards during the tournament.

Kendrick Delahoussaye Kendrick Delahoussaye 6'0" | PG Lafayette High | 2021 State LA / 6’0" / Louisiana Elite - The point guard who showed the most poise and leadership during the tourney was Kendrick Delahoussaye Kendrick Delahoussaye 6'0" | PG Lafayette High | 2021 State LA .  He dribbled and probed his way through three defenses in the showcase bracket in which Louisiana Elite played.  Delahoussaye found his teammates on the break or spotting up for open shots.  He also nailed shots (mostly corner threes) as well.  His offensive production coincided with him holding his own on defense.  On a court where he was not the most high profile guard playing, Delahoussaye displayed why he is just as good as any point guard in the state of Louisiana.  

E’maryeon McDonald / 6’1" / LivOn Fleur-de-Lis - To be honest, it has been February

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