Posted On: 09/10/19 6:00 AM

Wakefield High School was one of the top teams in North Carolina this past season. They posted a record of 24-5 while going 9-1 in the Northern Carolina Conference. They made it to the third round of the 4A State Tournament as well before falling to South Central High School but 2019-20 will look a lot differently. Here's an early look at some things to keep an eye on for the Wolverines.

Size will be at a premium

Last season, Wakefield had 6-foot-5 Elijah Shabazz, 6-foot-9 Kharye Cayne and 6-foot-7 Jawon Eddie in their rotation. This season, size will be at a premium for them. It shouldn't slow down guys like 2020s Brenon Rogers and Vernon Fraley Jr., both of whom can create off the dribble and score from anywhere on the floor but with a majority of their production gone from 2018-19, it will be interesting to see who will step up.

Three players to keep eyes on off the wing are 2020s Colby Parcell, Tommy Petruccione and George Hill. They were reserves this past season but are expected to step in and play key roles. Parcell can shoot the cover off the ball as can Petruccione. Hill is

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