5 South Florida 2019 Prospects
Brian Dugazon (Stranahan)- The lightning quick point guard for the Dragon’s is one of the top players in South Florida. The 5’9 guard started off his season with a 35 point outburst vs. nationally ranked University School and led his school to their first ever state title. Dugazon plays with great pace, finishes well against bigger defenders due to his arsenal of floaters, runners, and mid-range shot, and supplies constant pressure on the defensive end. He was recently offered by UNC Asheville and with his blend of speed, ball handling and playmaking is a prospect that schools still looking for a 2019 point guard should be strongly considering.
Jovan Debrito (Miami Palmetto)- The 6’1 guard is a knockdown shooter. Debrito was the leading scorer for a talented Panther’s squad this season. He also assumed more ball handling duties for Palmetto this season and displayed an improved ability to drive to the basket. He is a prospect that seems to be unlocking his potential and as his body develops will be able to expand his game. Debrito would be a good asset to a Juco or Prep school program where he can continue to develop and display his shooting prowess.
Lee Flenor (South Miami)- The 6’6 forward is a phenomenal athlete with a great motor. Flenor was a double double performer on a consistent basis for the Cobras. He has offers from Augusta and Chaflin, which are both Division 2 programs. Flenor through his combination of elite athleticism and effort level along with his developing perimeter skill set is a prospect with a very high ceiling. He would be a steal for most Division 2 programs or if he opts to go the Juco route is a prospect that should develop into a Division 1 player.
DeShawn Bartley (Dillard)- The 6 foot 1 point guard was the engine for the Dillard Panthers all season. Bartley is a tough as nails competitor who excelled in big moments all year. He was top performer at the Tarkanian Classic in Vegas and was stellar in the Panther’s run to the state title game. Bartley does a great job of facilitating the offense and puts constant pressure on the defense with his ability to get to the basket and the free throw line. Bartley recruitment should pick up steam headed into the spring signing period.
Algenis Quintana (Miami Christian)- The 6 foot point guard had a great season throughout Miami Christian’s daunting schedule. Quintana’s game is based off dribble penetration, whether it is to score at the basket or create opportunities for others he is constantly getting into the paint throughout the game. He is also a good individual defender who faced off and more then held his own with the state’s best guards all season. If Quintana can develop a more consistent jump shot it could really expand his game. He is definitely a prospect to keep an eye on.
Below are some highlights we found of these guys this season.