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Virginia Rankings: Top 10 Shooting Guards in the 2021 Class

By Big Shots Nation, 12/22/20, 12:00PM EST


Rank First Name Last Name Height School Club Team College
1 Trevor Keels 6'4 Paul VI Team Takeover  
2 AJ Williams 6'1 Oak Hill Academy    
3 Kenard Richardson 6'4 Life Christian Academy    
4 Elijah Kennedy 6'3 Green Run    
5 Kuron Coleman 6'4 Woodside    
6 Andre Speight 6'3 South County Pro Look Mount St. Mary's
7 Kelby Saunders Jr. 6'4 Smithfield    
8 Grayson Honaker 6'2 Hargrave    
9 Cam Cormany 6'0 Radford   Navy
10 Mac McDonald 6'3 Collegiate Team Richmond Navy


 1. Trevor Keels | 6'4 | Paul VI

Trevor Keels is a two-way shooting guard that wreaks havoc on both ends using his size and ability at 6-foot-4. He put up 17.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per contest in leading Paul VI to a VISAA State Title in 2019-20. He's got three-level scoring ability and can fill it up in a hurry. His final three schools are Duke, Virginia and Villanova. 

2. AJ Williams | 6'1 | Oak Hill Academy

AJ Williams is an emerging shooting guard that's already doing damage in Oak Hill's backcourt this season. He posted 21 points, four assists and two rebounds on seven made 3-pointers in their win over Aim High back on Nov. 13. He's a sharpshooter  with offers from George Washington, Richmond, Old Dominion and others. 

3. Kenard Richardson | 6'4 | Life Christian

Kenard Richardson is a shooter than can get hot in a hurry from all over the floor at Life Christian Academy. He's a guard that uses his size and strength to navigate the floor for points. He's got a nice floor game and good instincts as a scorer. He holds an offer from UT-Martin since decommitting from Iona.

4. Elijah Kennedy | 6'3 | Green Run

Elijah Kennedy is a bouncy and versatile prospect at 6-foot-3. He's a lefty that likes to create on the perimeter and play above the rim on the defensive end. He put up 17.1 points per game this past season and should prove to be a load alongside Jacob Cooper in the backcourt for Green Run.

5. Kuron Coleman | 6'4 | Woodside

Kuron Coleman is a shooting guard prospect who's stock has been on the rise at Woodside. He's got a nice stroke on his shot from the perimeter and looks to showcase that alongside his relentless finishing ability in the paint. Oral Roberts and Hampton have offered him.

6. Andre Speight | 6'3 | South County

Andre Speight was a first-team All-State and second team All-District performer in 2019-20 while showcasing his ability to light it up from deep and defend the basketball. He's got a "never give up" mentality that consumes opponents at times. He's due to make waves in 2020-21 before making his way to Mount St. Mary's.

7. Kelby Saunders Jr. | 6'4 | Smithfield

Kelby Saunders Jr. is a prospect that can fill it up from all three levels. Saunders is an underrecruited wing prospect with tons of athleticism and length at 6-foot-4. He's strong and does well attacking the basket with purpose. He's got plenty of upside and would be a steal at the next level.

8. Grayson Honaker | 6'2 | Hargrave Military Academy

Grayson Honaker has grown over the past few seasons since being at Honaker and Hargrave. He entered Tuesday averaging 12.1 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.6 steals and 1.3 assists per game for Hargrave Military Academy while shooting 47 percent from behind the arc. He's one of the best available sharpshooters in Virginia's 2021 class. He holds an offer from UVA-Wise.

9. Cam Cormany | 6'0 | Radford

Cam Cormany is a highly-skilled scorer on all three levels. He's got nice range on the perimeter and is even better at creating off the dribble and making plays in the paint. He put up 21.1 points per game while draining 112 3-pointers in 2019-20. He'll be fun to watch at Navy.

10. Mac McDonald | 6'3 | Collegiate

Mac McDonald is another sharpshooter that Navy has managed to nab in their 2021 recruiting class. He put up 24.2 points and 6.5 rebounds per game in league play this past season while shooting 36 percent on 3-pointers and 50 percent overall from the field. He's another emerging shooter with good bounce as well due to make waves at the next level.