Posted On: 12/9/20 9:05 PM

I got a chance to enter the Grind Session Bubble, or Mini Bubble as the case may be. It was a great opportunity to see some of the nation’s top players competing. I also got a chance to witness several high-level PG’s. In this article, PH takes a look at the top 5 floor generals from the event. 

Simon WheelerSimonWheeler5'8" | PGBella Vista Prep | 2021StateAZ 5’9 PG Bella Vista 2021 - Wheeler is an absolute blur. He may only be about 5’9 but in reality, height is just a number when it comes to his game. The lightning-fast PG was impossible to stay in front of all week. He showed next-level vision along with a creative ability to deliver the basketball. 

Jordan PopeJordanPope6'1" | CGProlific Prep | 2022State#48Nation 6’1 Prolific Prep 2022 - Pope did a good job of playing the position. He handled against pressure and was able to get paint touches off the bounce. He also served as a floor spacer, knocking down several 3’s when the defense collapsed on the bigs of Prolific. 

Milos Uzan 6’3 Prolific Prep 2022 - I thought Uzan was absolutely brilliant all weekend. He checked every box that I look for in a PG. He handled against pressure,

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