Greg Elliott has been absolutely dominant for East English Village Prep (Detroit), and is no doubt playing the best basketball of his career. The number forty-nine shooting guard in the country per Scout is putting up jaw-dropping numbers and consistently flirting with triple-doubles.

The 6’4 shooting guard has dominated every phase of the game, every single game. Against Class A contender Kalamazoo Central and Michigan commit Isaiah Livers, Greg dropped in 25 points while displaying shooting range out to 25 feet, good change of direction ballhandling, and great athleticism. Elliott put up over 30 points against Wayne Memorial while showing the ability to be a primary ballhandler in pick and roll sets, scored in the post against bigger defenders, and was absolutely electrifying in transition. Greg is one of the best guards in the Midwest, and gets our vote for most underrated high school player in the country. His game has no weaknesses, he has elite upside, and is a great teammate that competes on every play. Greg recently received his first high major offer from Marquette, and its only a matter of time before other Power 5 schools follow suit.  See below for highlights.