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Lemon Street Classic Top Performers Pt. 1



Luke Flynn, Walton

Maybe the most impressive perimeter scorer in the field, Flynn was locked in every time out. He shot the ball at a very high level, sometimes pulling from beyond the volleyball line. However, aside from his shooting, he distributed the ball very well and made the right reads with the ball in his hands. He's shown that he's one of the best PG's in Georgia in 2024 and regardless of class.


Dylan Faulkner, Calhoun

Lipscomb is getting a good one with Faulkner. His size and athleticism was impressive every time out and he showed that he continues to develop, including hitting some threes off the dribble. As he continues to improve his skill level, he becomes a real problem with his combination of size, athleticism, and motor. It was hard to to be impressed by his play.


Jeremiah Edwards, Dutchtown

Edwards has had a great senior season so far, and he continued that at Lemon Street Classic. He's a great three level scorer but he really shines off the dribble in the midrange. His one and two dribble pull ups are his bread and butter, but he can get all the way to the rim as well as convert from behind the three point line. Add in his size, versatility, and ability to guard, and you have a prospect college coaches need to know.


Deston Christian, Walnut Grove

Christian has given himself a huge boost this season and that trend continued at Lemon Street Classic. He has great size at a strongly built 6-foot-5 and plays well inside-out. He can knock down shots from three, make moves on the block, and face up in the mid-post and take defenders off the dribble. He's a physical finisher and consistently showed the ability to finish through contact in the paint.


Blake Wilson, St. Pius X

The Hampden-Sydney commit was terrific in a close win over Lowndes. He scored 18 points in the game and showed the ability to control the game from the point as well as make plays off the bounce. When shots come his way, he knocks them down consistently. He's one of Georgia's more reliable guards and plays the St. Pius system extremely well.


Frantzyr Chardavoine, Paulding County

Chardvoine has had a terrific senior season and has flown somewhat under the radar. He's averaging over 20 points per game and only helped that at Lemon Street Classic, with two 30+ point performances on Monday and Tuesday. He shoots the ball very well from the perimeter and when he gets going, he sees a very big basket. He also showed the ability to put the ball on the floor and score off the bounce and get to the free throw line.

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