Posted On: 10/5/20 2:49 PM

The one-day Top 250 Expo brought together some of the best point guards in the state. They kept their skills fresh and grabbed some bragging rights heading into the fall season.

There were so many good point guards at the Expo, in fact, that they could be divided into “KC Area” and “Kansas” groups.

Here were the top KC-area point men at the showcase (listed in alphabetical order):

Matthew De Leon, St. James:

De Leon is a pesky defender who is 6-foot and athletic. He is an established shooter who demands respect on the perimeter. He is fast and quick enough to get open shots. He’s not purely a point guard, but his ball handling and court awareness make him a fit at the spot.

Alston MasonAlstonMason5'11" | CGBlue Valley Northwest | 2021StateKS, Blue Valley Northwest:

Plenty is already written on Prep Hoops about the 6-foot-2 stud who earned second-team 6A as a junior. He’s an elite ballhandler who wrecks defenses and creates openings for shooters. He created so many open shots for teammates at the Top 250 Expo that his teams won by margins of 30 or more points per game.

Quinten MasonQuintenMason6'0" | CGOlathe North | 2021StateKS, Olathe North:

Mason showed off his range and

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