Webster Groves is off to a 9-4 start this season. The program with a rich tradition in the St. Louis metro area has over 1500 wins all-time and counting displayed in their gym. We will take a look at a few key players for them this year and a point guard who we think is going to see his stock soar in the next year.
Matt Enright | Webster Groves | Point Guard | Class of 2022
Enright is a coach’s dream. His basketball IQ, ability to run the offense, and shot-making ability are some of the best in the area. At 5’11, Enright has a silky smooth shot from 3 and touch around the rim. He is shooting 48% from 3 on high volume this season. As a point guard, he plays at his own pace and is nearly impossible to speed up. He gets to his spots and makes the right play a large majority of the time. Enright is a steady floor general who can light up the opposition from three. He will be a very successful player at the next level!
Ethan Chartrand | Webster Groves | Wing | Class of 2022
Chartrand is a utility wing that can do a variety of things. Averaging 10 points and 4 rebounds per game, he is a calming force for the Statesmen. On offense, he keeps his dribble alive and is alert to what the defense shows him. He is a crafty finisher around the rim and makes the right plays. A hard-working player that is very disciplined, we look forward to seeing what Chartrand can do this upcoming summer on the circuit.
Anthony Phiffer | Webster Groves | Guard | Class of 2021
Phiffer is a blur in transition and one of the quickest guards I’ve seen in the state this year. He uses his body to protect the ball when finishing at the rim. On top of this, he is very active on the defensive end getting his hands on the ball and forcing turnovers. His energy and explosiveness are obvious and he sticks out all game when you watch the Statesmen. A very fun guard to watch and a key piece to this year’s team looking to make a deep run in the playoffs.