2024 6’4 Fort Bend Clements High School
Divine is going to really have to act as a point guard this year and control the game every time he steps on the floor. He relentlessly attacks the rim off the bounce, and can operate out of the pick and roll. He is an extremely polished scorer from all three levels of the floor, but where he really is a weapon is in the mid-range calmly rising up and scoring off the bounce or with his back to the basket. He is a willing hunter of his mid-range shot, and plays energetic and high level defense on the other end. He does all of the little things right on the court, such as spacing when running the fast break or hustling over to protect the backside of the defense after a skip pass. It was fun watching him run around and wreak havoc every time he was near the ball on the defensive end of the floor. What I love most about his game is his willingness to take over when his team is in trouble. They all know they can rely on him as a scorer in late game situations and his ability to get to his spots in the paint and the mid-range allows him to hunt easy looks for himself all night.
Bryce Smith 2023 6’1 Barbers Hill High School
Bryce is a true do it all point guard, who takes what the defense gives him every time down the court. He is a special prospect who always shows off his willingness to attack the rim, score in the mid-range but more importantly defend at a high level, rebound and create offense within the half court or the full court. He is a special prospect who has the right mental attitude to relentlessly attack the defense, but more importantly find his teammates with pinpoint passes. He easily sets up his teammates with shot opportunities in the corners and along the wings, constantly manipulating the defense and then firing the perfect pass out. Smith’s ability to make the right read every time down the court is at an elite level already, and it allows his team to find success after a pinpoint pass found his teammates shooting pockets, allowing them to calmly get shots up like they are in shoot around. Smith’s on court awareness is at an elite level, and he would be a valuable asset in any program he walks into.
2024 6′ Dickinson High School
Qasim is really climbing in the rankings due to his aggressive play style and his ability to defend the ball and create offense for his teammates. He is great at moving his feet and staying in front of high level guards. He was not afraid to press them in the full court and was a smart trapping help defender on the sidelines and the wings. I was very impressed with his vision in the full court, creating opportunities with his full court passing ability, but also how he was able to push the pace and handle the ball. He has great body control when attacking downhill and getting to the rim. However what I love most about him as a prospect has to be the intensity and energy he brings to the floor. His demeanor and the intensity that he plays the game with is already ready for the next level. Dickinson is going to be MUST SEE TV as they get their football players back into the fold…
Debrion Broomfield 2024 6’0 Westfield High School
Debrion is a lanky point guard who thrives at drawing the attention of the defense and kicking the ball out to his open shooters, or finish at a very high level at the rim. He showed an ability to get past his initial defender and force the second defender to step up and react, allowing him to punish them with dump off passes or going up strong to finish over the timid forward. He is flashy and crafty as he uses dribble moves to get downhill and create separation with his handle, and then exploding downhill and squeezing through double teams. I loved watching him create out of the pick and roll, firing crisp passes to find his teammates as they flash to the rim. He put the right amount of juice on his passes to get through multiple defenders. Other times he can fire a pass on the back side of the defense after they collapse on him and his big man running the pick and roll.
2025 5’10 Katy Jordan High School
Jaden is a high level point guard who runs the show for Katy Jordan, not through his scoring ability but how effortlessly he creates offense for his team. I would guess he can average 10+ assists with ease on the season. He creates through the drive and kick but thrives off of the attention he brings in the open court. His foot speed allows him to hit a different gear and beat anyone up and down the court. His ability to garner all of the attention on the floor, and then crisply fire the right pass to his open teammate, allowing them to knock down shots with a high level of success. I was very impressed by his demeanor and how well he was able to create offense for his teammates, almost effortlessly. He consistently finishes at the rim and makes his opponents looks illy for biting on head fakes and crossovers, allowing Holt to effortlessly leave them in his dust.