Graham Junge first appeared on our radar earlier this year while playing with his 14U The Family team. Alongside a highly talented team, Junge was a key piece in helping them win a title at the GNBA Championships back in June. Now as a freshman, the 6’1” guard is already making an impact already at the varsity level for Flat Rock High School (MI). 

Junge is a talented two-way guard that plays with great energy. Even while just starting out his high school basketball career, the guard already has a nice overall game. The freshman is a knockdown shooter spotting up from the perimeter with a great stroke. Not only a shooter, Junge can make plays off the dribble and is a good decision maker with the ball in his hands. He is a quality playmaker that sees the floor well plus is a skilled passer. On the defensive side, he is a tough and agile guard that defends the ball well out on the perimeter with his energy. Even at a young age he already has an advanced skill set and knows how to play. 

While he is only a few games into his high school career, Junge is already fitting in. In his most recent game, he scored 13 points. Look for him to only make a larger impact as he gains more experience at the high school level. Junge has all the tools to be one of the top 2025 guards in all of Michigan.