Here is a look at some of the standout Point Guards that were at the #BOTBFL Showcase. Kyler Ambrose (5’2/CG/’28/St. Gregory) Instagram: kjambrose20 Kyler is a small PG but showed a lot of toughness and poise at the lead guard…
Here is a look at some of the standout Point Guards that were at the #BOTBFL Showcase.
Kyler Ambrose (5’2/CG/’28/St. Gregory)
Kyler is a small PG but showed a lot of toughness and poise at the lead guard spot. He is a very heady young player that is a good decision-maker with the ball in his hands. He has shifty handles, and he is able to knife thru defenses as he creates off-the-bounce. He is a pass-first PG that distributes the ball well and gets others involved. He showed his ability to sit down and guard one on one full court, and he also played passing lanes and was able to get several steals throughout the weekend. Kyler may be small, but he did a good job orchestrating.
Kyler is a small PG but showed a lot of toughness and poise at the lead guard spot.Terry J. Drake
Dominick Walsh (5’9/CG/’27/Chasco MS)
Dominick had a good showing at camp, as he brought a lot of energy and effort to the floor. He slid between the lead guard and off-guard spot often and was really appealing when orchestrating the offense. Dominick is a hard-playing guy that gives maximum effort on both ends of the floor. There are things he has to continue to add to this bag and skills he needs to continue to develop, but he has grit and toughness that gives him an advantage over many of his peers that simply do not play hard.
Dominick had a good showing at camp, as he brought a lot of energy and effort to the floor.Terry J. Drake
Max Qi (5’7/PG/’27/Windermere Preparatory School)
Max is a guard that can get it done off the bounce. He is at his best when out in the open court and making his way to the basket. He constantly pushed the pace in the open court, put pressure on the defense, and took advantage of poor defensive transition. He plays with a good understanding of the game and has a nice feel as well. He showed range from beyond the arc, which makes him that much harder to defend as he is able to get it done off the bounce and from the perimeter. He showed himself to be more of a score-first PG and was productive in the scoring column throughout the camp.
Max is a guard that can get it done off the bounce.Terry J. Drake
Jah’mir Wallace (6’1/CG/’27/Sleepy Hill MS)
Jah’mir is one of the most versatile PGs in this article, with positional size and toughness. He is a lengthy guard that can score at multiple levels. He is not afraid to get physical in the paint as he finished thru contact and was strong on the glass as he rebounded at a high rate from the guard spot. He is a nice prospect to keep an eye on because he has immense talent and enticing positional size. Jah’mir has some appealing tools in his toolbox that was on display, and he has a high ceiling with a lot of potential to be unlocked.
Jah’mir is one of the most versatile PGs in this article, with positional size and toughness.Terry J. Drake
Clarence Westbrook (6’0/PG/’27/Imagine Charter Weston)
Clarence is a skilled PG that has a productive handle. He knows how to control the flow of a game, and he plays with a nice pace. He is a solid PG and a reliable ball-handler who facilitates and keeps his squad in rhythm. He plays with timing and instincts and knows how to keep everyone on his squad happy. Then when needed, he is able to add scoring, as he showed his ability to score in various ways.
Clarence is a skilled PG that has a productive handle.Terry J. Drake