Posted On: 06/2/19 10:17 AM

As team camp season has come upon us in Oklahoma, I am using this series of evaluations as a means to gauge the progress of some high school teams and their respective players headed into the 2019-2020 season. Note that each of the evaluations below are only partial evaluations, rather than in-depth breakdowns.


The Team:

Edmond Memorial finished its 2018-2019 campaign with a 26-3 record and a semifinal exit to eventual runner-up Putnam City North.

Memorial, who spent much of the 2018-2019 season polled as the top team in Oklahoma's premier class, graduated four seniors, three of whom were regulars in the starting lineup. The fourth was a staple in the rotation, usually as the first or second player off of the bench. However, watching Memorial at the Frank Haith Team Camp at the University of Tulsa on Saturday, it didn't appear slowed down or unpracticed, a testament to the discipline fostered primarily by head coach Shane Cowherd. I believe this team, despite losing four heavy contributors in the 2019 class, remains a strong contender in 6A.


What I love:

As a team, the most notable factor

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