Posted On: 08/17/19 9:30 AM

Olive Branch, Miss. – Center Hill has its point guard in senior Braxton Morris, who’s more of a facilitator than a scorer, so he will need to play alongside a reliable shooting guard.

So, who will it be?

That’s the question head coach Newton Mealer is trying to figure out in the early days of fall workouts. As of right now, 5-foot-11 guard Jacquez Hardin will start at the two spot if the season started this week. However, DeShun Dunn, 6-foot, has emerged as a solid candidate to play a lot of minutes for the Mustangs. Many people don’t know about Dunn, who didn’t log in any varsity minutes last season.

At this year's Jerry Peters Memphis Summer Classic at MUS against Olive Branch, Dunn emerged, dropping three straight 3s during a pivotal run in the second half against the ‘Quistors, shocking many people in attendance. During Thursday’s scrimmage, Dunn made a handful of shots from deep. He’s not afraid to shoot the basketball, and he seems to be confident that every shot is going to go in as he lets it rip.

Dunn’s shooting is something the Mustangs will need in order to find balance offensively.

“Dunn played really

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