A plethora of talented 2021 prospects are still on the board from coast to coast and regardless of the state you’re bound to have some quality Division 1 prospects that are still wide open.  One such talent is Amir Whitlock, a talented lead guard at Golden State Prep in California.

A native of Minnesota, Whitlock is an instinctively skilled 6’3 guard with an ability to create, defend, and score.  His handles are solid, he sees the floor well, he has high level dribble penetration ability, and his perimeter stroke is smooth with range that extends beyond the arc.  Instinctively he has a nice feel and he sees the floor well making for a quality playmaking guard in half court sets and in the open court.  The talented guard isn’t just a basketball player, he also doubles as a quality student boasting a 3.7 plus GPA and a 30 ACT score.

Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell, and Niagara are a few of the schools expressing interest in the talented guard.  Currently averaging 16 ppg 7 apg and close to 3 steals a contest despite playing games with a running clock this season, Whitlock is one of the many talented 2021 prospects the schools lost out on watching in person over the past 12 months and he’s going to be solid fit for the right program when it’s all said and done.  Any Division 1 or high level Division 2 schools looking for a talented coachable lead guard need to do their due diligence and check out Whitlock, as he is solid player with a nice upside at the next level as a floor leader.

Whitlock plays with the Gain Elite program during the grassroots travel season.