Posted On: 06/20/21 8:32 PM

I spent time Saturday morning checking out several of the better teams and players in Ohio at Oak Hills High School. Throughout the morning, I was able to watch many quality prospects, but most importantly I saw some great guard play. This piece focuses on 5 of the top performers in the backcourt for 2022 guards.

Ryan Chew Ryan Chew 5'9" | PG Alter | 2022 State OH (Alter) 5-10- Chew played well a year ago for the Knights even though he only played half the season due to transferring from Bellbrook. The 5-10 PG looked great against a very talented Covington Catholic team. Chew proved to be a problem against the Colonels backcourt led by Evan Ipsaro Evan Ipsaro 5'10" | PG New Richmond | 2023 OH . He timed his steals and got a hand on the ball forcing some turnovers. Showed he could run the point but also play off-ball with his shooting strengths. More importantly though, Chew showed his game is drive-and-kick as he setup his teammates for perimeter shots. While only being 5-10, Chew’s ability to move the ball makes me believe he’s a solid D3 priority.

Sean Keller Sean Keller 5'11" | PG Elder | 2022 State OH (Elder) 5-10- Keller looked like a collegiate prospect against Ponitz and really showed improvement since seeing him in March in the

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