Posted On: 12/14/20 8:22 PM

The smaller classifications and small towns in Louisiana have had players who have put together some solid performances in the first four weeks of the season. This scouting report edition will take a look at standouts guards, forwards, and wings from some of these mor rural areas.  Some of these players do not play on the premiere teams but they are players to watch nonetheless.

Plain Dealing Lions:

Darrien PerryDarrienPerry6'0" | CGPlain Dealing | 2021StateLA (6’1" / 2021) 

Perry is one of the better scorinig point guards in north Louisiana.  His performance earlier this season is a prime example of his talent.  Early in the game, he tried to get others involved more than he looked for his offense.  Once he felt that out, he went into attack mode.  Perry uses the in-and-out dribble to throw defenders off balance.  He either creates space for his jumper or draws fouls going to the hole.  His 27 point night was a display of that ability and what he is capable of when he is on the hardwood.  

Keionje Perry (6’0" / 2021) 

Keionje was the other half of the Perry and Perry backcourt against Southwood.  He had a good game shooting the

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