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Posted On: 05/19/21 10:34 AM

When it comes to PG’s in this class there are a lot of players that could turn that corner or just pop in June and have that carry into the late grassroots season but also into the high school season. Here are a few PG’s to look at this season in the 2022 class. 

6’2 Richard Isaacs Jr. | Wasatch Academy | Vegas Elite EYBL |

With various offers from many of the "Blue Bloods" the Las Vegas, Nevada native is currently ranked #1 in the state and he has a great national ranking. When you look at PG’s that move well and create "POP POP" is the real deal. He has an intense motor up and down the floor at both ends. He runs the floor well with the ball as he scans the floor for some early lanes that lead to early buckets. Impressed with his attack mode at all times. His up and down dribble sets up a great three-point shot as well. He can lull a defender going side to side and then hit him with a step back three or a simple quick release jumper. With great footwork he is able to get passed defenders

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