Muskegon’s Anthony Sydnor

Posted On: 03/12/21 9:53 AM

We’re into March and just weeks away from the start of the MHSAA finals. Thursday night I got out to see one of the best teams in the area, Muskegon, take on Wyoming and double-double machine, Ramere Draper Ramere Draper 6'4" | CG Wyoming | 2022 State MI in an OK Green tilt. Below I’ll break down my observations from the game as well as some of the top scorers this week from around the area.

Muskegon 76, Wyoming 51

First thing that popped out to me was the size and length of Muskegon’s guards. The Big Reds have the deepest guard rotation in the OK Conference, led by Jordan Briggs Jordan Briggs 6'0" | PG Muskegon | 2023 State MI , Kalil Stimage Kalil Stimage 6'1" | CG Muskegon Reeths-Puffer | 2021 State MI , and Anthony Sydnor Anthony Sydnor 6'3" | PG Muskegon | 2023 State MI III. Those three guards bring a ton of energy on the defensive end and thrive off making life difficult for opposing ball handlers. Turnovers turn into easy transition buckets due in large part to the speed that each of their guards plays with.

Jordan Briggs Jordan Briggs 6'0" | PG Muskegon | 2023 State MI did a little bit of everything for Muskegon on Thursday night. His patience and ability to choose the right read is what makes Jordan one of the best sophomore guards in the state, and his shot-making ability takes his

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