The No. 43 prospect in the class of 2022, Bryce Griggs, announced on Friday that he would be forgoing his college reliability and joining Overtime Elite. There is currently no update on the contract details.
Bryce Griggs is a 6-foot-2, 180-pound point guard from Missouri City, Texas. Griggs chose to go professional over multiple power five schools such as Kansas, Baylor, Houston, and LSU. Griggs is a talented player; he is a prolific scorer that can get to his spots and finishes well at the rim. However, Griggs still has flaws on defense as sometimes he lacks effort, and he still needs to learn how to create offense for others.
Last year, Jalen Green and Johnathan Kuminga both decided to skip college and joining the G-league ignite. Both players end up being lottery picks. It will be some concern with players in Overtime Elite, but the league has signed 15 players. The league will kick off in September, so will we get to see how good the talent is in the league is soon