Posted On: 12/6/20 8:53 AM

In the first full week of high school basketball, PHW scouted a great sample of high school talent. Which guards looked the best in their 2020-21 season debut?

PJ Young - 2023 - Wisconsin Lutheran: A comprehensive player that delivered in his first game. Made some slick passes, fitting the ball into air-tight windows. Love his explosiveness. He knows how to take off in transition and attack the defense if they aren’t set. Tallied 16 points in his debut.

Jordan Glenn Jordan Glenn 5'10" | PG Wisconsin Lutheran | 2022 State WI - 2022 - Wisconsin Lutheran: A quick, explosive guard that seemed to fit perfectly in a balanced offense. He knew his role but also recognized when he could isolate. Was one of the top scorers in his debut, converting on tough contested jumpers, proving his niche is shot-making. Look out for big stats from Glenn as the year progresses. Finished with 16 points.

Isaiah Hopf - 2021 - Wisconsin Lutheran: WL has a talent logjam, and Hopf is a legitimately skilled prospect that might fly under the radar. Still, notice his flashes of raw talent converting at the rim. The smooth, electric guard is an elite complementary player who’ll shine even with shared touches. Led his team

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