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A Year to Remember for 2021 PG Jordan Boston
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (10:14 AM CT, Wed December 28, 2016)
2021 PG Jordan Boston is beginning to see his name take off.
2021 PG Jordan Boston is beginning to see his name take off.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Pottsville, PA (Future150) -- With the turn of the calendar year right around the corner, it's usually a time when people are hopeful to start anew and make the upcoming year better than the last. For 2021 point guard Jordan Boston, he may not want to see the ball drop in a few days. The 2016 year was a big one for him, one that saw him put his name on the map with Future150 staff. It all started for him early on this past AAU season, where he caught the eye of analyst Brian Flinn.

"It was easy to like Jordan from the beginning. He's a natural scorer and made a few passes players his age generally don't make. His 31 points in the semi-finals of Future150 Dallas Main Event was where he really proved he was for real," Flinn recalled when referencing Boston's breakout.

The 6-foot floor general hailing from New Orleans followed that performance by slicing and dicing the competition at the Future150 Elite24 Camp in Atlanta in August, earning himself a national ranking after the dust settled on the camp. Currently at Hynes Charter School, he's having a very good 8th grade season, with his eyes on winning over the next several months.

"I really want to win the Metro Middle School League 8th Grade Championship for the second consecutive year. I also want to win a national championship with my New Orleans Rising Stars AAU team," he told Future150.

A natural point guard with excellent vision and instincts, he's currently working to improve his aggressiveness and defense.

As far as his high school career goes, he's currently looking at Brother Martin High School, Jesuit High School, Metairie Park Country Day School, Warren Easton Charter High School, Sophie B. Wright High School & St. Augustine High School as possible landing spots for next season.

It's safe to say wherever he does land, he'll be one of the stars in the city of New Orleans for the next four years, so stay tuned as we continue to monitor his game and growing popularity.


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