2019 Small College Forwards


Posted On: 06/12/18 12:41 PM

What forwards in the Tennessee 2019 class can be  difference makers for DIII and NAIA programs down the line?  Here are a few that we like!


Jacob James (Loretto)

Travel Team: None.

Incredible rebounder with a well-rounded game.  He is also attracting baseball college interest.


Kordell Kah (Bearden)

Travel Team: EOTO-TN

This should be a priority small college player with his rebounding grit, emotional investment, and combo forward size.


Tarreq Williams (Sacred Heart)

Travel Team: ?

The 6-foot-4 bouncy forward Tarreq would be a dynamite undersized four with an NAIA or DII program.


Eli Hyle (Columbia Academy)

Travel Team: Tennessee Prospects

Nice shooting touch at 6-foot-7, Hyle plays like a combo forward.


Brayden Siren (Riverdale)

Travel Team: None.

Still raw and exceptionally thin, the 6-foot-8 center Brayden Siren might miss out on DI offers because he competed all spring with the Riverdale baseball team.  It is tricky to pick his ultimate college level in basketball, but he has promise and size.


Jermaine Donnell (Whites Creek)

Travel Team: ?

The Whites Creek big played sparingly in 2017-2018.  He stands 6-foot-6 with room to grow.  Donnell is springy and hungry on the glass.