Malcolm Grant: Steady And Solid

Scout.com's East Coast recruiting expert Mike Sullivan looks at the game of Malcolm Grant ...

Steady. Solid. Consistent. These are the words to describe the game of Malcolm Grant, a 6-foot-1 lead guard who played previously at Robeson High School in Brooklyn, New York.

Grant played for the Juice All Stars recently in the IS8 Fall League. He expects to be part of the Juice's playoff run when the tournament clicks into high gear in two weeks.

Malcolm is currently enrolled at The Winchendon School in Massachusetts. He previously said he was happy about being up North to finish out his prep career.

Grant had a pretty big summer after committing to Villanova. He also considered Seton Hall for a college choice.

Malcolm was named the Most Valuable Player in early July at the Eastern Invitational camp. He scored 24 of his game high 26 points in the second half, bringing his Blue squad back from the dead and a 61-38 halftime deficit.

Malcolm is a type of player that likes to score within the flow of the game. He also distributes the ball effectively and should fit into Jay Wright's offense rather comfortably.

"He's a solid guard," said Juice head coach Tiny Morton. "He's going to be very good in college. He can score when we need him to and get the ball to the other players too."


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