Isaiah Briscoe, 6'3'' combo guard: Everyone knows what an offensive talent Briscoe is: He hits shots, drives and dumps the ball off to bigs, kicks out to shooters, and has a knack for offensive rebounds. But the guard works just as hard on his defense. He has great footwork and he stays right in front of his man while swiping at the ball. This makes life very difficult for point guards, who are so busy protecting the ball they have trouble seeing the court.
Admon Gilder, 6'2" shooting guard: During drills, Gilder was solid from midrange but struggled to hit three pointers. He also had a nice looking floater when cutting to the basket. Gilder was extremely efficient, attacking the basket and hitting jumpers from midrange.
Shake Milton, 6'4" shooting guard: Milton had a bad day on Saturday. His shot was not falling during drills or the game and he even missed an easy layup after cutting to the basket. Overall, Milton was passive, waiting for the game to come to him instead of taking part in the offense.
Zach Norvell, 6'5" shooting guard: When Norvell had the ball in his hand, he rarely looked to pass. He threw up multiple absurd shots early in possessions, even if he did hit a couple of the long three pointers he attempted. He does have very good handles but he usually pushes the issue instead of taking what the defense gives him. Norvell did not look comfortable without the ball in his hand on offense. On defense, Norvell occasionally took breaks due to his fatigue.