Posted On: 04/10/21 9:19 AM

Casual and competitive basketball fans alike seem to always measure a player’s ability first by the amount of points they score per game, quickly followed by the number of rebounds they can grab or how well they shoot from outside. Passing is rarely considered as one of the first pieces of the basketball rubric that allow observers to rate a player’s performance and their basketball skill overall. However, this article is not for the common. Passing is one of the lost arts of basketball and it is great to see a couple of players on this list passing the ball nearly more than they shoot! Continue reading for a look at the top passers in the 5A SIC.

Isaac Deedon, Eagle: Isaac averaged 6.8 assists per game this season which is a really solid number for a high school player. Deedon is a willing passer who always finds a way to get his teammates into open positions to score. Isaac can push the ball in transition or slow down and run offense if the tempo is out of hand or he feels the momentum shift. Deedon will make a great point guard at the next level and it will be

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