Posted On: 09/13/20 5:00 PM

Prep Hoops Missouri takes a look at the top Class of 2021 point guards from last Wednesday’s Fall Elite Exposure Camp in St. Charles. The camp was presented by head coach Kyle Gerdeman and his staff at Lindenwood University.

Levi BanksLeviBanks6'0" | PGPattonville | 2021StateMO 6’0" Pattonville (Pictured): A very skilled and talented guard with the quickness and handles to create his own shot at any time. He can change speeds to escape from defenders to get into the lane or pull up from 3-point range to sink jumpers. I was also impressed with his court vision.

Tristan Brand 6’0" Parkway South: A solid point guard with good ball handling ability and court savvy. He was low on the dribble which helped him score in the lane against contact. He used ball fakes very well to set up his drives to the basket. He was a good passer and a reliable 3-point shooter when left open.

Kelyjah Carter 5’10" Jefferson City: A nice Mid-Missouri guard who was strong with the basketball and a good on-ball defender who harassed opposing ball handlers. He was good at attacking the basket in transition while displaying a very effective floater in the lane.

Levi BanksLeviBanks6'0" | PGPattonville | 2021StateMO 6’0" Pattonville (Pictured): A very skilled and talented guard with the quickness and handles to create his own shot at any time. He can change speeds to escape from defenders to get into the lane or pull up from 3-point range to sink jumpers. I was also impressed with his court vision. Tristan Brand 6’0" Parkway South: A solid point guard with good ball handling ability and court savvy. He was low on the dribble which helped him score in the lane against contact. He used ball fakes very well to set up his drives to the basket. He was a good passer and a reliable 3-point shooter when left open. Kelyjah Carter 5’10" Jefferson City: A nice Mid-Missouri guard who was strong with the basketball and a good on-ball defender who harassed opposing ball handlers. He was good at attacking the basket in transition while displaying a very effective floater in the lane. Kyle ConkrightKyleConkright5'10" | SGEllington | 2021StateMO 6’0" North County: Kyle played with his usual high energy as he did a good job shooting the 3-pointer and attacking the basket in his normal fearless style. He also had some fine defensive moments when he darted into the passing lanes for steals and easy transition layups. Preston FortnerPrestonFortner5'10" | PGFrancis Howell | 2021StateMO 5’10" Francis Howell: Even in a showcase camp setting where everyone tends to look for their own shot, Preston played his normal role of the consummate point guard as he looked to feed his teammates while mixing in his ability to create his own offense. He is fast in the open court and his pull up jumper on the move is cash money.  

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