Posted On: 06/17/21 6:35 PM

Summer offers young players without a lot of varsity experience to start getting ready for greater opportunities.

It can be tough for a sophomore to get a lot of playing time at the varsity level, but some guards from the class of 2024 are showing they might just be ready.

Here are a few 2024 guards from the area around the KC who might be in line for some playing time next fall (in alphabetical order):

Devon Bolton, 6-foot guard, 2024, United Basketball, Shawnee Mission Northwest HS:

Bolton is a blur with the ball, getting to the goal seemingly at will. He is a top-notch ball handler who can get his own shot at every level. Bolton can still sharpen up his distribution and quarterbacking skills to become a top point guard. But the tools are there, and man can he attack the goal. His physical talent and aggressiveness makes him dangerous at the defensive end, too.

David Cobin, 5-foot-8 guard, 2024, KC Spurs Black, Desoto HS (pictured):

Cobin is an attacking point guard who can shoot from deep. He’s got court awareness and the ability to find open shooters. Cobin is a tough, physical guard who puts his shoulder

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