Notable Unsigned Guards in Georgia Pt. 2



Jalen Forrest, Greenforest (Pictured)


Forrest is a very unique player that can fit a lot of different roles. At a very strongly built 6-foot-4 and the ability to play both backcourt spots, he has great size and the ability to bully opposing guards with his physicality. He's had a great season scoring the ball, and doing it from every level of the floor. He also tends to shine in the big moments when his team needs him the most as well. He has a number of Division I offers and has the makings of a solid guard prospect at the next level.


Kyle Keener, Sequoyah


Keener has come on very strong down the stretch of his senior season at Sequoyah. He's a hard-nosed playmaker who can create offense with his scoring as well as his ability to make reads and distribute the ball. He's very sound in all areas with his offensive skill set. He's also one of the toughest unsigned players in the state, and he can really guard the ball on the defensive end of the floor, which is one of his best attributes.


Malachi Dooley, Habersham Central


Dooley is a big time competitor on both ends of the floor. He plays with a lot of speed and athleticism and excels using the dribble to get to the rim and score at a high level. When he is able to get downhill, he is an electric finisher and can put together a highlight reel of huge finishes. He's always in control & poised and never seems rattled, which you love to see from a floor general. He also has loads of toughness and intangibles that will do well for him at the next level.


Maalik Leitch, South Gwinnett


Leitch is a crafty and shifty lefty point guard who has helped lead South Gwinnett to one of their better seasons in recent years. He's very quick off the bounce and a creative finisher around the rim with either hand. His natural basketball instincts and ability to play at multiple speeds make him a dangerous player in ball screens, with the ability to make the right reads and either score the ball or find teammates for opportunities.


Damoni Harrison, Archer


Harrison has the combination of size and skill level that make him a highly sought-after guard prospect. He has great size and length at 6-foot-4 and is a natural scorer, who can get it done in a variety of ways. He plays with a lot of speed and can show off his athleticism in the open floor; however, his skill set allows him to play well in the halfcourt as well, able play both on and off the ball and score the ball from every level.


Juvon Gamory, Wheeler


Don't let Gamory's size fool you, he has the offensive skill set that can help win games at the next level. He is very quick and keeps the ball on a string, and has the ability to run a team and get into an offense. He can play the role of playmaker, making reads in ball screen situations as well as play off the ball and stretch the floor. His shooting ability is among the best in Georgia's 2022 class, and we have seen him put up some big numbers from beyond the arc over the course of his career.