Posted On: 03/4/21 9:29 PM

Over the last month, there were numerous players that made their presence known on the court with their ability to facilitate, control the tempo and overall be the playmakers their respective teams needed them to be. Here is a list of the top five playmakers in the Pittsburgh area in the month of February: 

- Noah Jackson, Sr. Central Catholic 

  • Jackson was one of the strongest guards in the last month that I saw play, and he never shied away from taking contact when he drove to the bucket. A guard that is pass first oriented, Jackson did not seek out his own shot much, but drew so much attention when he penetrated he opened up numerous shooting opportunities and driving angles for his teammates. Jackson instinctively knew what to do once the defense collapsed, and as a result helped the flow of the offense which resulted in wide open shots for other players.     

- Josh Kapcin, Sr. Penn Trafford  

  • Kapcin moved tremendously well without the ball in his hands, and as a result was a playmaker that made things happen sometimes without possessing the

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