Posted On: 08/18/20 8:58 PM

With the game moving more and more to positionless basketball, The value of Combo guards has gone up. In this article PH takes a look at 5 combo guards you may not know about.

Giali ChapmanGialiChapman6'0" | CGCentennial | 2023StateNV 6’0 Mojave 2023 (#20PHN 2023) - Could be a big year for Chapman. Mojave is built around his skill set, with several players capable of handling, and shooting the basketball. This takes the pressure off him spending significant time at any one backcourt spot, freeing him up to play to his natural offensive strengths.

Ray PayneRayPayne6'0" | CGEldorado | 2022StateNV 6’0 Eldorado 2022 - Saw Payne play quite a bit this summer. He is more a 2 than a 1, however his ability to get paint touches, draw 2 and dish is pointguardesque.

Sebastian MackSebastianMack6'1" | CGDurango | 2023State#64NationNV 6’1 Durango 2023 (#1PHN 2023) (featured image) - This is more of a fluid situation update. Mack is probably most effective, when he is playing a more traditional 2 guard role. However, I expect him to spend time this year playing some 1 for Durango, instantly catapulting him into the top of the Combo guard rankings.

Earnest BrownEarnestBrown5'10" | CGLas Vegas | 2023StateNV 5’10 Las Vegas 2023 (#5PHN 2023) -

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