Updated: March 1, 2019
Best Available South Carolina 2019 Point Guards
Below are several of the top available point guards left on the board in South Carolina’s 2019 class:
Deuce Dean 2019 6’3 PG York Prep (SC)/Team Loaded NC
Offers: Austin Peay, Southern Miss, Rider, Colorado State, The Citadel, Virginia Tech, Kansas State, High Point, Saint Joseph’s
Dean is a big, strong PG at around 195lbs who is a floor general. A floor general that has proven at a high level on the circuit and high school ranks that he controls games with his scoring or dishing. Dean has a high basketball IQ attacking angles and uses his strength, size and athleticism to finish through contact in the paint. A top passer in the state of South Carolina that excels in putting teammates in scoring positions at a high assist to turnover ratio. Had several big scoring games throughout his career especially as a senior at York Prep. Consensus all star in Big Shots over the years and is a top available PG in SC 2019 | No. 7 overall 2019 player in SC
Tommy Bruner 2019 6’1 PG Gray Collegiate (SC)/Team United
Offers: Hofstra, Missouri State, College of Charleston, UNLV, South Carolina State, East Carolina, and Wyoming.
Tommy has shown his ability to not only run the team and also be the star scorer off the ball. The top combo guard left on board in SC 2019. Bruner is a point guard who has excelled in Coach Dion Bethea’s system playing on and off the ball. He is an efficient scorer spotting up or off the bounce. He plays with a steady pace, never rushed and always seems to be under control driving or hitting the mid-range jumper. Likes to push it in transition where he finishes well over length in traffic. A proven winner that has helped lead Gray to state title in 2018 and is playing for another in 2019. Talented genes as brother Jordan Bruner plays at Yale and is a star in the Ivy League. BIG SHOTS SC Top 150 All Star. No. 10 overall 2019 player in SC
Khalil Robinson 2019 5’10 PG Gray Collegiate (SC)/Team United:
Offers: South Carolina State, Jacksonville State, Howard, Charleston Southern, East Carolina, Hampton, UNLV, Western Kentucky, and College of Charleston.
When you have scorers at the wing spots you need that point guard that can hit you on time every time you’re open and that’s the type of PG that Khalil Robinson is. A proven guard that has won over the years with Team United on EYBL Circuit and now has one state title under his belt at Gray looking for another tonight. Point guards you trust with the ball in their hands are key at any level and Robinson has that playmaking instinct to knockdown a big shot or deliver the pass. He has had a big senior season not only facilitating but scoring earning All Tournament honors at City of The Palms and all state as a senior. Makes others around him better and that trait will translate to the next level. He is a good shooter off the catch or dribble who is a handful to keep in front and stop from getting to his spots. He Knows how to finish over size and length. Does a good job playing the passing lanes defensively providing offense with his defense. SC 2019 No. 17
Mike Green 2019 6’2 PG Myrtle Beach Christian Academy (SC)/Georgia Stars:
Offers: Charlotte and USC-Upstate.
Green is the not only the top 3-point shooter in the state of South Carolina but statistically one of the best 3-point shooters nationally. He put up 2495 points in his high school career setting the school record. The scoring lefty is a sniper from the three-point line, automatic from the line and cerebral off the bounce as an underrated passer and finisher. His work ethic is second to none and has an extremely high basketball IQ go along with a high GPA. His shot making ability was on display throughout his years on the EYBL as a can’t leave open guy. Even facing several double teams/box and 1’s this year Michael eclipsed the 30+ point mark several occasion, including a 50 point game. Green’s defense has been much improved as well to defend 1-2 positions. A player that will make an impact quickly at the right fit next level with his shooting ability. 2019 Class MVP at Big Shots Top 150 Paul Biancardi. No. 18 overall 2019 player in SC
Walyn Napper 2019 6’1 PG Ridge View (SC)/Team South Carolina :
Offers: Southern Miss, Hampton, South Carolina State, South Georgia Tech (JUCO), and USC-Salkehatchie (JUCO)
The first quality that we like about Napper is that he is just a flat out winner, he has proven that in High School and on the circuit. He plays with several different gears and can score on all three levels. Napper uses his quickness to make plays on both ends of the floor. He is solid at making reads, setting up teammates, or attacking off the bounce. Napper has a fluid tight jump shot. He is an above average rebounder for a guard. Napper also had over 1,500 receiving yards this past football season. No. 22 overall 2019 player in SC.
Zeb Graham 2019 6’1 PG Nation Ford (SC)/Upward Stars SE:
Offers: USC-Upstate, Presbyterian College, Hampton, and Catawba (D2).
Graham is point guard who can fill it up in a hurry. At 6-foot-1, Graham possesses solid athleticism that allows him to finish over size and be good on-ball defender. He is a consistent mid-range and three-point shooter with a good looking stroke. Graham has a strong handle on the ball and gets to his spots on the floor to score or dish. One of the top available PG’s left on the board in SC 2019. MVP: Team CLT Live ’17. No. 24 overall 2019 player in SC.
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