The SCBCA #SCLive2022 Camp is in the books. Prep Hoops is still providing coverage from this event well after it’s over. The talent runs deep in the 2023 Palmetto State Class. Let’s take a look at some members from the class that play the point guard position. #RecruitThePalmettoState
– Spring Valley HS (pictured on front)
Rich played well all weekend long for the Vikings. CJ a left-handed guard really can direct traffic and find the open man. Rich likes to use the old school game of utilizing the bounce pass. He really did a good job of getting the ball into the paint all weekend long.
– Rock Hill HS
Boyd was impressive all weekend long with his play for the Bearcats. He’s extremely quick from end to end and getting the ball to the cup. Ke’Mari brings good athleticism to the floor while being extremely active in the passing lanes. He really causes a lot of problems on the defensive end of the floor.
– Wade Hampton HS (Hampton)
Gray plays off the grid down in the Low Country. Isaac plays for his father on this Red Devils roster. Isaac isn’t flashy with his play, but he is steady and always stays under control on the floor.
– Crestwood HS (Dalzell)
Nelson can score the ball from all 3 levels on the floor. Corean has scoring the ball on his mind from the backcourt as well. Nelson really does a good job of swarming the ball on the defensive end of the floor.
– Crestwood HS (Dalzell)
Rembert might want to be a half-time entertainment show someday down the road. Justin is ultra-athletic for his size and really has some bounce. He really looks to explode in the transition game and getting out for cheapies in transition.
– West Florence HS
Lloyd is built like a tank on the hardwood. Darren a running back recently took in some football workouts at The Citadel. He plays the game with a bulldog mentality and isn’t afraid to bark back at and leave it all out on the floor.
– Oceanside Collegiate (Mount Pleasant)
Rivers really can direct a team on the floor with his smart plays and decision-making skills. Makhi never looks to overhandle the rock or make bad decisions with the ball in his hands. He can get the ball into the paint or penetrate-kick to an open teammate out on the wing.
– Richland Northeast HS
Smith likes to play the game at times in attack mode. Marques has good explosion to the cup and really does a good job of stalking the baseline. Marques can knockdown some open shots when presented to him on the floor.
– Wagener-Salley HS
Kitchings plays a bit off the grid for the War Eagles over in the Western part of state. Chris has a nice mid-range game and rarely turns the ball over.
– Lake City HS
Croker is the floor general for the Panthers on the hardwood. Mykel also takes his talents to the ball diamond for the Panthers. Croker understands the game from out top as a pass first point guard.
– Central HS (Pageland)
Sowell will have to pick up some more scoring this season with the departure ofover to Lake City HS. He has a bit of an old school type style of a game. Jaydyn has the ability to make smart plays and open shots when needed. Sowell has been a major contributor the Eagles roster over the past 3 years.
– St Joesph’s Catholic (Greenville)
Satterfield is a tough kid with winning edge to him. Davis a left-handed guard has no problems mixing it up and drawing contact to the rack. He took several charges today for the Knights and just shows a competitive edge on the floor.
It’s time for college programs to start #RecruitThePalmettoState