West 2010 Rankings: PGs

Even though there is plenty of time for more high-major prospects to emerge, at this time the point guard position for the 2010 class in the west is amazingly thin -- not only lacking numbers but elite talent...

The 2010 point guard crop in the west looks a bit thin at this time.
Holt is a well-rounded prospect who is good at both ends of the court.
Currently he gets a very slight edge for the top ranking, but not
by much. Mayes has an outstanding feel for the game and good skills
overall. He's not super quick, but he makes great decisions and he
can knock down open shots. Feeney is an intriguing prospect with
quickness, a nice frame, solid ball skills and some upside.

1) Stephen Holt, 6-0, Portland (Ore.) Jesuit
2) Jordin Mayes, 6-1, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
3) Thomas Feeney, Jr., 6-1, Anchorage (Alaska) West Anchorage


Chris Bridges, 5-11, Pasadena (Calif.) High
Derek Brown, 6-1, Chino Hills (Calif.) High
Tim Douglas, 5-11, Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair
LaBradford Franklin, 6-0, Murrieta (Calif.) Murrieta Vista
Tyler Funk, 6-0, Orange (Calif.) Orange Lutheran
Jordan Gathers, 6-1, Los Angeles (Calif.) Loyola
Joshua Harper, 6-1, Phoenix (Ariz.) St. Mary's
Terrence Ingram, 6-0, San Diego (Calif.) Hoover
Jonathan Loyd, 5-10, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman
Terrell Stoglin, 5-11, Tucson (Ariz.) Santa Rita
J'Quon Wroten, 6-1, Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne

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