Posted On: 12/19/18 11:47 PM

Position by position @PrepHoopsTN gives you 20 elite players that remain unsigned heading into the holiday season.

Dionte Ware (pictured above) is one of the top shooting guards available.  

Center is a nearly impossible position to find in Class of 2019.  After James Wiseman, Malcolm Dandridge, and Jason Jitoboh the position falls off a cliff.  Center is a completely undesirable position in the modern game and players don't even want to train for it because they are aware of the limited potential for advancement.

Memphis always delivers great point guards, but of the five players below just one is from Bluff City.  Baugh is a Nashvillian by birth and the Bearden boys are both Knoxville-raised.  Carpenter is certainly the least known of the five, but he can dominate like few high school players.

Point Guard. 

Damion Baugh (Tennessee Prep)
Deovaunta Williams (Raleigh-Egypt)
Ques Glover (Bearden)
Trent Stephney (Bearden)
Juwan Carpenter (Stratford)

Shooting Guard.

The state's shooting guards all lack the recruiting interest and offers they desire.  Why?   Injuries.   Dionte Ware played hurt in July. Alec Kegler is still hurt now.  Sky Forrest played an entire football season.   Of the five unsigned shooting guards

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