Posted On: 03/15/21 11:28 AM

Being able to use your size wisely especially as an undersized guard is necessary to have success not only at the Varsity level, but at the college level as well. Being able to initiate contact, have a float game, and create separation off the dribble can really elevate a person’s game to the next level. In no particular order, here are some guys who pound for pound, go out and make plays with the ball.

 

Howard Johnson Howard Johnson 6'1" | SG Junction City | 2022 State KS , 6’1 Guard, Junction City, 2022: Johnson’s season got off to a quick start, picking up where he left off after an impressive summer campaign. An injury to his elbow took some time away from the middle of his season but came back from it and handled it well. He has improved his decision making when getting down hill, as well as his footwork, and playing of two feet ability. The floater game has been there his whole time at Junction and it is a great tool in his arsenal to compliment his shooting ability. Johnson is also effective at getting to the foul line where he shoots a high percentage and can create a lot of and 1 opportunities

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