Posted On: 12/17/20 10:52 PM

Class A features numerous winning guards.  Talent exists in many of the smaller gyms.  Read about these three small school weapons.

Marquez Taylor (2023) | McKenzie

McKenzie is a young team.  This season they are forced to replace an entire starting lineup, a lineup that earned PrepHoopsTN #1 seed multiple times throughout the 2019-2020 season. Perhaps nobody better represents the promise and frustration of youth than Marquez Taylor. Taylor gives mighty effort with his plus athleticism.  At the same time, Taylor is prone to make silly mistakes.  In the first second of MHS Monday game against Bradford, Taylor caught the jump-ball tip and passed backwards across midcourt to his fellow point guard.  This is a tiny detail and certainly forgivable, but it was a little irksome.  Details such as this generally find refinement during sophomore seasons.  Taylor's effort, skills, and athleticism are too strong to ignore.  

Kaden Snitzer (2023) | Eagleville

Eagleville’s next great guard is likely Kaden.  In the game against Gordonsville, Kaden made clear his potential.  Kaden’s devotion to fitness is already apparent midway through his sophomore academic year.  He is stronger than his peers physically.  For EHS Kaden plays purposeful, quick, solid.  He can handle the ball

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