Posted On: 08/11/19 2:00 PM

My last story on the transfers in the state of Tennessee is pretty much final, but there are some more names that could appear on the list as school officially starts on Aug. 12.

Now, I’m wondering how some of the familiar faces will fit with their new teams. The transition for the players I’m about to mention will not be easy and challenges await all of them.

I thought the 2018 season was interesting, but with so many roster shuffles over the summer, the 2019 season is expected to be must-watch television.

So, let’s get to it.

Jaylon Sanders, Olive Branch: The 6-foot-4 combo guard is coming from Southaven High School, in a system where he was one of the Chargers’ primary ball handle

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