Posted On: 03/19/18 11:22 AM
From opening night Class of 2019 guard Reese Glover (Franklin High School) stunned onlookers with elite hops and undeniable shooting range. College scouts caught the 30-point games routinely flying off the ready hands of Glover.
After a March game evaluation one team will host Reese and family for a few hours this upcoming weekend.
“Reese is visiting University of Alabama-Huntsville on Friday,” said older brother Reed Glover.
This season three veterans of TSSAA basketball suited up for the Division II UAH Chargers: Max Shulman (McCallie), Henley Edge (McCallie), Kip Owens (Evangelical Christian School).
As you can imagine most of the team graduated high school in Alabama. Glover is a junior, so the earliest he could help UAH Head Coach Lennie Acuff is fall of 2019-2020. That the program already evaluated and soon will hot Reese speaks to his amazing season and exciting potential.
Franklin was a AAA team PrepHoopsTN followed consistently in 2017-2018. It all started with that opening night overtime tussle at East Nashville Magnet.
On the back of Evan Sigler’s hot shooting, Franklin battled a hot crowd and confident Eagles, forcing overtime with a late conversion. Though the Rebels lost they learned how skilled and determined this particular FHS team was.
Franklin also competed against Stratford around Thanksgiving. Reese talked with PrepHoopsTN after the wild win. The starting guard complimented his team’s grit and in-game maturity. He credited that team growth with helping them finish close games that they typically lost in 2016-2017.
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“He went to Wofford and Furman a month or so ago but he does not have anything scheduled over the next two weeks that I’m aware of,” shared Reed Glover as March arrived. Obviously the UAH plans popped up this weekend, marking the first visit plans since Franklin’s season concluded.