I know it's way too early for this, but here are my 2019 Draft PG Rankings as of right now. This is actually a very weak class in terms of Point Guards. My Top 2 are freshmen Darius Garland and Ashton Hagans. Both are great passers, and floor generals who understand the game well. Garland's shot is better, so I have to give him the edge. Other freshmen include Tre Jones at 6, and Coby White at 8. I see both guys as more suited for the 2020 draft. Even though both are highly touted recruits, it must be noted that this is a weaker class than last month only three freshmen point guards drafted. I still must include them on this list since they are both very talented. Coby is a guy who can score from anywhere, and Tre plays similar to his brother Tyus. If Tre can match the level of Tyus's production at Duke, he'll be an easy one and done. Coming in at 3, I have Jaylen Hands. Hands is a sophomore from UCLA who could have been a second round pick this year, but decided to return to school. National Player of the Year Candidate Carsen Edwards comes in at 4. He's another guy who could've been a second rounder last month. If Carsen can improve as a playmaker, he could be the safest prospect here. Iowa State guard Lindell Wigginton is 5th. He's a good scorer. Cassius Winston will be the lead guard for one of the best teams in the nation. Look out for a breakout year from him. Meanwhile, at 9 and 10, we have two 20 PPG scorers who don't get much appreciation. ----
Keep in mind that this is a very early look at next year. A lot man change in a year. Remember when Trevon Duval was supposed to be a lottery pick and he didn't get drafted? All I'm trying to say is come December, this is gonna be a lot different, and come next June, it will be even more altered.
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