Posted On: 03/24/21 11:18 AM

With the season over, we want to take a look back at a season that was before we head onto the grassroots scene. Here we focus on some junior guards that stood out in 5A during their state-run.

Ty Nettles Ty Nettles 5'10" | SG Douglas County | 2022 CO – Douglas County

A new name that has popped onto our radar is Nettles. The 5’10 junior combo-guard competed at a high level and was Douglas County’s second-leading scorer on the season. The Huskies 2022 class is strong, especially at the guard spots, and with Nettles stepping up offensively, they get even stronger. As solid as he played during the regular season, he upped his game in the playoffs, especially offensively, and gave his team another scoring option to go through. He put up 18 points in the opening win against Rampart as he attacked the paint and got to the FT line often. Then in a loss against the eventual state champs, he scored that he would fight until the end when he put up a team-high 17 points in the game. Nettles can score inside and out, is comfortable with the ball in his hands, and can create independently. He is on our radars now and

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