Posted On: 09/22/20 7:48 PM

With the high school hoops season right around the corner, and a shiny, new set of rankings recently published, we’re gonna start with the point guards who couldn’t crack the top 150 this time around.

Kobe RisseKobeRisse6'0" | PGWapsie Valley | 2021StateIA and Blayde BellisBlaydeBellis5'9" | PGWapsie Valley | 2021StateIA - Wapsie Valley

This pair of teammates for Wapsie Valley provided their team with four quarters of great production at the point guard position in 2019-2020. Last season they dished out 10.2 assists per night between the two of them, While Kobe scored 9.7 points a night, and Blayde 10.5 points. Kobe’s rebounding ability as a guard proved to be an igniter for the Warriors, as Kobe was able to secure the rebound and race up court himself, creating advantages in transition. The nod also goes to Kobe in terms of offensive efficiency. Blayde shot 36/34/60 (FG%/3P%/FT%) a season ago compared to Kobe’s 48/41/66. As seniors, these two should see their opportunities increase this season with the graduation of last season’s leading scorer, Kiks RosengartenKiksRosengarten6'7" | PFWapsie Valley | 2020StateIA.

Brady MillikinBradyMillikin6'0" | PGPekin | 2021StateIA - Pekin

A season ago for the Pekin Panthers, Brady averaged 13.3 points 4.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game.

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