2013 West Coast Rankings: Point Guards

Marcus Allen, Brandon Randolph and London Perrantes are among the top point guards in the West Coast class of 2013...

The 2013 West Coast class of point guards is not a particularly strong group, with a lack of elite talent and just fair depth throughout the region. Allen is not a true point guard, but he can defend the one and he's a terrific athlete and talented scorer. While he played off the ball a lot in the summer, he made enough point guard type plays that demonstrated his ability to play the position at the next level. Randolph is another guy that isn't a true point guard. He too, though, can defend the one and he's an explosive athlete. Perrantes is the best pure point guard in the region, with an outstanding feel, to go with very good vision and passing ability. Smith has a great combination of size for the position, skill level and upside to his body. Dunn isn't real tall, but he's powerfully built with good quickness and he can knock down shots from the perimeter.

1) Marcus Allen, 6-1, Las Vegas (Nev.) Centennial
2) Brandon Randolph, 6-0, Playa Del Rey (Calif.) St. Bernard
3) London Perrantes, 6-0, Encino (Calif.) Crespi
4) Kendall Smith, 6-2, Antioch (Calif.) Deer Valley
5) Mario Dunn, 5-10, Richmond (Calif.) Salesian
6) D'Erryl Williams, 6-2 Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon
7) Malcolm Allen, 6-0, Las Vegas (Nev.) Centennial
8) Nigel Williams-Goss, 6-3, Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep Washington
9) Jeremy Major, 5-10, Pasadena (Calif.) Maranatha Pepperdine
10) Julian Jacobs, 6-1 Las Vegas (Nev.) Desert Pines Utah

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