Posted On: 03/5/21 1:03 PM

The Boston City League playoffs wrapped up last weekend with Latin Academy taking home their team’s second city title in school history and first since 1993. The tournament games were entertaining, first and foremost, but also showed just how deep and talented the league is. 

Here are evaluations of four more standout guards: 

Jahmar Henry | Charlestown | 5’11” | Combo Guard | 2021

Henry is a strong, athletic three-level scorer and an active defender. He has a crafty handle, drives with force right to the rim, and controls his body well as he scores through contact. He doesn’t stop attacking and kicks it out when cut off. His jumper is smooth, balanced, with good lift on catch-and-shoot threes and mid-range pull-ups. He’s also a hardworking player, who cuts to open space, crashes the glass on both ends, is constantly stealing the ball, and turning steals into points with dynamic play on the break. 

Jahmar had games this season with 21 points (5 steals), 19 points, 18 points (5 steals), 16 points, 12 points (4 steals), 11 points (3 steals), and dropped a 30-piece in Charlestown’s BCL quarterfinal win at Burke.

Josh

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