This weekend was a treat as the Prep Hoops Next Circuits are live for the 14U and under prospects. Ladera Ranch Sports Complex in Orange County California was full of talent but the PG’s were shinning. Here is a group of PG’s that had an outstanding weekend.
5’8 Kayleb Kearse || Jr. Hoops Blue || 2026 ||
Kayleb has that quick first step but he is also fast with the ball in his hands as he is able to stay low and and can change directions without loosing a step. What makes him tough is that he can let them fly from deep if you do not play up and if you play to high he can go right by you. High energy and high motor allows him to get by pressure with some ease. Nice 2026 player out in that Pomona area in So.Cal.
5’7 CJ Aldrich III || Just Breathe || 2026 ||
CJ can defend and he can pick someone up full-court as well. He has active hands as he can get tips and touches that lead to easy lays and a few dunks for his teammates. Good mid-range and he attacks the rim with a fearless approach. He has a good looking shot from deep but he is a player that relishes in creating for others. Great piece to have on a high level team.
5’10 Chace Holly || The Truth Select || 2026 ||
Chance has that killer instinct and he is shifty with the ball as he is always looking for his next move. Really like the counters he has ready for the defensive adjustment as he is looking to snake through the lane to the rim. Good overall game at all three levels. Smooth handle and elite vision. Chance was finding open teammates all weekend long.
5’7 Ryan Gov || Jr. Hoops Garnet || 2026 ||
Floor general making sure all of his guys are in the right spot. Ideal PG getting his guys the ball. Really smart player off of the pick n’ roll as he can pick a team apart with his vision and change of pace as he waits for opening. Patient prospect that has some game and crafty moves to the rim.
5’9 Jayshawn Kibble || Program Humble || 2026 ||
One of the fastest player we saw this past weekend as a downhill athlete. He gets it going and he is gone. Creating for his guys and setting them up for open layups or open three-pointers. Jayshawn was tough on defense too as he was picking up players full-court all weekend. Not afraid to mix it up with the big boys either.