Lance Babb II has offers from Air Force, New Mexico, Wyoming and several other Division 1 universities and still has a 12th grade season of football to participate in. The 6-1 195 pound senior is looking to reel in some bigger scholarships with his performance this year.
Today, the NBA showcases plenty of ball-dominant point-guards who focus on gettting their own shot off and have a “score first” type of mentality. A lost art in today’s game of basketball is a point-guard who truly knows how to facilitate and circulate an offense. Teddy Parham Jr. is the epitomy of a true point-guard.
The 17-year-old from Notre Dame High School (Sherman Oaks, CA) has an understanding of the game that stands out from most of his peers.
“A great point-guard is someone who makes sure his team plays with great chemistry and doesn’t fall asleep on defense or offense and makes sure everything is organized,” Parham says.
Teddy has an uncanny ability to anticipate things before they happen and is always making the smart play. He has an ability to be a true floor general, which is a talent few kids posses.
He passes the ball very well, gets others involved, and controls the tempo of the game.
Currently, Teddy is playing with his summer AAU basketball squad “Cal Supreme” and is looking to head into his senior year with some momentum.
Bryce Hamilton (Pasadena High School c/o 2018) is one of the most underrated prep athletes in the country. He has a unique ability to handle and score the basketball while also being a leader and stellar student-athlete. This kid is a dynamic player with great versatility and you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone that can cover him 1 on 1. #Beast