Posted On: 07/20/21 8:04 AM

Summer isn’t over. But tournaments are winding down. A lot of action has taken place, and a lot of development has occurred.

Here are a few guards from the small schools who have turned heads this summer (in alphabetical order):

Anders Dewey, 5-foot-10 guard, 2022, Western Kansas Elite, Plainville HS:

Dewey is a tough left-handed guard who probes defenses to get into the lane and kick to shooters. He pushes the tempo and breaks down defenses in the transition game with his good handle and athleticism. Dewey is a solid floor leader who plays under control, yet with intensity.

Joel Ford, 6-foot guard, 2022, Western Kansas Elite, Phillipsburg:

Ford is a versatile guard who can bury shots from deep, making him more than just a point guard. But when he’s got the ball in his hands, he plays under control and makes good decisions. Ford has the multi-sport athleticism and toughness you often find at small Western Kansas schools.

Wesley Fair Wesley Fair 6'2" | CG Wichita Collegiate | 2023 State KS , 6-foot-2 guard, 2023, TBB KS, Wichita Collegiate HS:

Fair is by no means an unknown. He gets to show what he can do with a lot of the top talent from the Wichita-area when he suits up

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