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High School, Video / Aug 2, 2013 / 4:30 pm

Tyus Jones Shows Why He’s The Top Ranked HS Point Guard In America

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Apple Valley, Minnesota point guard, Tyus Jones, showed off why he’s considered the top high school point guard in the class of 2014 during the Nike Global Challenge last month. The youngster carved up opposing defenses with a sick array of passes while averaging a tournament high 7.25 assists per game.

The 6-1, 171 pound point guard is set to enter his senior year at Apple Valley High School without having declared an intended college once he graduates. He’s being recruited by all the usual college powerhouses, Kentucky, Kansas, Duke and others, so you should see him playing for one of them some time during the 2014-15 college season.

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  • north

    Not just that but how many young kids have team mates that move to the basket with their heads up and hands ready. Great coaching. That’s going to help this kid in the long run because he’ll know how players at a higher level work.