Houston has played host to talented guards over the years like De’Aaron Fox (Sacramento Kings), Quentin Grimes (New York Knicks), twins Harrison and Tim Frazier (Memphis Grizzlies) and Sahvir Wheeler (Kentucky) to name a few. only a few. .
Here are some names to discover over the next four years.
Trey Miller – Concordia Lutheran
6 feet 2 inches, Guard
Class of 2022
Trey is one of the best unsigned seniors in the state of Texas. He is a leader with great athletic and physical ability. He uses his physical attributes to get into the painting and wreak havoc. He is a strong rebounder and has displayed a much improved grip and shot jumper. We will see its recruitment increase throughout the season.
Marcus Millender – Clear Stream
5 feet 10 inches, guard
Class of 2023
The Explosive Guard has earned a reputation as a staunch defender and a terror on the offensive. Marcus “Smurf” Millender can end up in traffic on contact and will catch an unintentional defender under the rim and put him on a poster. Southern Alabama, Colorado, and Lamar are the first of many schools to offer.
Sion Pipken – Westfield
6 feet, Guard
Class of 2024
Pipken is at the top and climbs steadily. With elite speed and an elite grip, there isn’t much he can do. Texas state college coaches will make a point of keeping him around. He is known for his ability to score, but surprises teams with his selflessness and assists.
Nathan Law – St. Thomas Episcopal
6 feet 3 inches, Guard
Class of 2025
Nathan had a very good performance at RCS Sports Rucker On Wood and again at Super16. With the ability to play off the pick-and-roll and knock down all three or catch and beat a dribble defender for easy practice, Law has a bright future ahead of him. He is a great goalkeeper and an underrated passer of the high post.