Brodie Romero defending Bossier point guard.

Posted On: 12/10/20 6:35 PM

Louisiana is rich with guards and wings. North Louisiana is no different and has an abundance of them. The first two editions have highlighted that fact.  In part three we will breakdown another set of guards and wings to watch on the prep basketball scene.

Booker T. Washington (Shreveport) Lions:

Cameron BrownCameronBrown5'11" | CGBTW-Shreveport | 2021StateLA (6’0" / 2021) - For the Lions to be successful, Brown has to score.  When Brown is ultra aggressive and scoring the rock in BTW wins, he is shooting well from behind the arc and creating havoc by getting into the lane and finishing.  Brown was successful during the games against Green Oaks because he was on balance offensively and his impeccable footwork allowed him to attack the defense.  What Brown has to do is find consistency when playing better opponents.  He does that going forward and BTW will find themselves in the think of the 1-4A race.  

Nick Dyer (6’1" / 2022) - Dyer is an aggressive guard on offense and defense.  When he is on defense, Dyer will create ball pressure and is not afraid to get into the offensive players space.  In both wins and losses by the Lions, Dyer

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