Posted On: 10/30/20 5:00 AM

It’s been an eventful fall with various events occurring all over the region. Now is a good time to reflect upon what we’ve learned during this busy time. Here is a closer look at some of the top playmakers we’ve seen during the last several weeks. 

Jason NelsonJasonNelson5'8" | PGJohn Marshall | 2021StateVA ’21

Nelson showcases the change of pace and understanding that is necessary to be successful at the next level. The Richmond commit should finish his career with a boatload of assists.

Trey Nelson ’21

One of the most impressive parts of Nelson's overall game is his efficiency. He isn't afraid to reverse the ball and make the simple plays that win games but can certainly wow you with his passing at times. 

Roland Polite '21

Polite is a natural playmaker on both ends of the floor. He's a great defender who rips the ball away from ball-handlers regularly because of his strong hands. And on the offensive end, he can make some really good passes at times, especially in transition.

Derik Queen ’24

Queen's playmaking instincts are among the most desirable attributes he possesses. It's rare to see such a talented player enjoy feeding his teammates, but he's simply wired

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