2019-2020 High School Hoops – Five Guards Under 5-foot-9
NICK HARRISON – (5-foot-8 Junior Guard, Coolidge High School) This sharp shooter is one of the best we’ve seen at the high school level. Although he suffered a significant injury, Nick is still on the radar. He surpassed the 1,000 point mark as a sophomore scoring over 20 points per contest. Harrison was All-Region First Team, Region Offensive Player of the Year.
BRYAN STROM – (5-foot-7 Senior Guard, Yakama Nation Tribal) Another big time scorer that can score in a variety of different ways on the offensive end. He scored his 1,000 point as a junior and continues to add to his total. Strom will look to return to Spokane for the Gold Ball (State Championship trophy) after leading Yakama Nation to a 2nd place finish last season.
MALACHI ROGERS – (5-foot-8 Senior Guard, Fort Thomas High School) Senior point guard Malachi Rogers is a quick and shifty guard out of Arizona. He recently eclipsed 1,500 points for his high school career and was also named 1-A East Region Player of the Year. He’s averaging 14 points, 4.5 assists, four rebounds, and four assist for his senior campaign.
WAKIYAN CUNY – (5-foot-7 Sophomore Guard, Chief Leschi Schools) The new kid on the block, Cuny a transfer El Reno High School in Oklahoma, has the Chief Leschi Warriors back on the winning track. The sophomore guard has been impressive on the multiple occasions we watched him this season with his slick ball handling and Steph Curry 3-point range.
CAUY SILVERSMITH – (5-foot-8 Junior Guard, Window Rock High School) The junior guard is a great playmaker, has good handle, and excellent pull-up jumper. All those things with the combination of speed and quickness make for a fun player to watch. Silversmith got himself on the radar. Following each game he would inbox highlights, stats, and pictures to keep us up to date on his progress. Would keep an eye on him.
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