at a Class A school, his team needs him to be more than a distributor - he has to score for them to beat good opponents. So that pushes him in a direction that he most likely will not have to follow in college.
He's a HS Junior, so there are certainly areas of his game that need to improve - ball-handling and outside shooting. when he drives to the hoop, he has to be more aware of players trying to draw the charge - he picked up a lot of offensive fouls that way in the State Tournament.
on the plus side, clearly a good athlete. he seems to have decent court vision and does try to involve his teammates. and when he has a lane to the basket, he can finish at the hoop.
is he a "pure" PG - right now, I would say no. But, in two or three years with more maturity and coaching, it's possible that he can add to his game.