Brentis Schaeffer, Langston Hughes
Schaeffer has shown very bright signs in past seasons, and this year he has put all the pieces together as the go-to guy for a tough Hughes squad. The long 6-foot-2 lefty plays with a lot of speed and has a lot of fluidity and athleticism getting to the rim and finishing. He's also a very capable shooter from the perimeter and can also make an impact with his length getting deflections on the defensive side. He's averaging over 18 points a game on the season and has boosted his stock a ton.
Amari Brown, Sandy Creek
After adding a state championship to his resume last season and enjoying a good travel season with AE5, Brown is playing some of the best basketball of his career right now. He is a big reason that Sandy Creek is one of the state's best teams in the state regardless of classification. He's a very highly skilled guard that can play both spots and always finds success playing off of two feet. He's a guy that low major Division I will want to see throughout the remainder of the season.
Darrian Joseph, Archer
Archer has one of the state's best group of guards, and Joseph is a big part of that. He's got great size in the backcourt at 6-foot-3 with athleticism to match. He's very dynamic off the dribble and can consistently find his way into the paint and getting to the rim, where he finishes at a high level. He recently earned an offer from Auburn University Montgomery and should see more recruitment as the season continues.
Keenan Gray, McDonough
With a lot of notable senior guards departing from a year ago, Gray has picked up a lot of the usage and has responded very well. He's currently one of the state's top scorers, at 20 points per game on the night. He's very crafty and physical off the dribble and can finish with athleticism around the rim. He can create for himself and score the ball from every level of the floor. With scoring and creating at an all time premium, he's a guy that college programs will want to see as the season continues.
Samuel Thacker, Providence Christian
Thacker has been putting up some monster scoring numbers for Providence this season, consistently going over the 20-point and 30-point marks. Since late December, he's gone over the 30-point mark three different times. He can play both on the ball and off the ball and plays with a ton of savvy and basketball IQ. He always plays with poise, has a very good handle, and knows how to create space to get opportunities to make shots. He's been tremendous this season.
Michael White, Berkmar
White has all the abilities that you like to see in a lead guard. He's got good size at 6-foot-2 with a lot of toughness and physicality in his game. He's very good off the dribble, both as a scorer and a distributor and can make the right reads with the ball in his hands. He's been incredibly reliable for Berkmar this season and has become a go-to guy in the big spots for the Patriots. He's one of Georgia's best overall guards and could be a big get for a college program.