Posted On: 09/6/19 3:28 PM
Starters across the state will not be clear until opening night. Expect lineups extremely similar to the following.
Franklin’s Rebels (pictured above) attempt to accomplish something resembling that magical 2018-2019 season with a much younger and less proven roster.
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Siegel High wrapped 2018-2019 with a respectable 20-12 record, up from their lackluster 16-12 the year prior. Siegel’s roster is ready to shine with six experienced juniors ascending into leadership roles. Zion Swader can be spectacular.
|C||COLE VAN FLEET|
|SG||JACQUARIUM "SIP" COLLUM|
Freshman guard Sip ran with NYBA Elite all summer. They were dominant.
|East Nashville Starters|
East Nashville finished the season 27-7 advancing to the Class AA State Semifinal. Three starters return (Jones, Wilson, Dowlen). Isaiah Jones vaulted up to #18 in the state after his sterling summer with the state’s best Team Thad 16u.
|Dyer County Projected Starters|
Dyer County features a remarkable lineup including three former PrepHoopsTN Combine participants (Bond, Swift, Anderson). Devrick Cliff is a transfer from Clarksville High with real promise.
|East Robertson Starters|
East Robertson is improving each season. It is almost like they have a young superstar that is propelling the school forward in two different sports simultaneously. His name is Taylor Groves.
|Pickett County Starters|
|F||JOHN PARKER REAGAN|
By all accounts Zach Amonett is a special sophomore. Brother Will is the starting point guard and they obviously have years of chemistry amassed.
|Greeneville Projected Starters|
At the PrepHoopsTN Fall Combine, Jakobi Gillespie earned All-Star Game placement. Good shot creator.
Trevon Jackson earned a Warren Wilson College offer and Dalton Greer holds an Averett offer.
C.P.A. is composed of a couple young stars in Braeden Moore and Braden Zapp. Now they both assume larger roles with Moore likely to defend the paint while hovering around the arc offensively. Zapp will direct the offense and he thrives as a catch-and-shoot guy in the spread offense.
|Franklin High Starters|
|F||MASON JONES/HUNTER BEDWELL|
Franklin wrapped 2018-2019 with their first state appearance of the 21st century on the shoulders of seven seniors. Reese Glover truly made his mark and the next squad needs to adorn sizable shoes in their absence. Forward Matthew Thurman (PrepHoopsTN #61) and point guard Reed Kemp (PrepHoopsTN #47) make a dynamic duo that few Williamson County teams can match. Hunter Bedwell was a top three player at PrepHoopsTN Fall Combine.Swader is a potential District MVP.
|Memphis Overton Starters|
Memphis Overton is a brand new program, now lead by Memphis Showtime AAU Founder Shelvie Rose. Coach Rose will pull together a strong first roster including his son, Jason Coleman.
|Mt. Juliet Starters|
Mt. Juliet made it to state in 2018. This edition is good enough to return and it all starts with D1-prospect Will Pruitt. Pruitt is continually improving his craft. Forward Riggs Abner is a commodity few middle Tennessee teams feature. Springy, aggressive on the glass.
Manassas finished 31-4, ultimately losing to Class A State Champion Columbia Academy in the finals. Memphis writers predicted MHS as Class A Champions. Though did not achieve their biggest dream Many of the impact players did graduate though. Just a single starter returns (Derick Tucker).
|Freedom Prep Starters|
|SG||BWERANI JOHNSON JR.|
Bwerani Johnson Jr. is a high-volume scorer with potential to play after high school. He put up 17.6 points per game during his sophomore season. Teammate Brooks gave the Freedom Prep men 6.6 rpg last season.
Jaiden Hannibal, a transfer from Harriman & Karns figures to play plenty in support of this starting five.
|Red Bank Starters|
Red Bank finished fourth in a loaded District 6AA. With Lucas Brown back, the team that defeated Brentwood, Brainerd x2, and Howard will be even stronger.
Anthony Garrett earned All-District in his sophomore season. Time for an encore.
Cleveland High will be lead by Mr. Basketball candidate JaCobi Wood (Belmont verbal), Grant Hurst (PrepHoopsTN Summer Combine MVP), and Morrell Schramm (transfer). Michael Dale will get his first extended opportunity to start at the powerhouse program. Also, CHS elevated Reggie Tucker to head coach during the summer.
|Red Boiling Springs Starters|
Dalton Marsh is verbally committed to Missouri Western. Expect him to set several school records in his senior season.
Jason Rhodes (LEAD Academy) is ranked #131 in the state. Better yet, he will be joined by four other veterans from their wonderful Regional Semifinal run to conclude the 2018-2019 season.
Cookeville lost Alex Garrett to transfer (Webb-Bell Buckle), but Bailey Gilliam is ready to score in bunches.
|East Robertson Projected Starters|
Starting point guard Taylor Groves is one of the five best ’22 point guards in the state. Will be able to select college football or college basketball.
Peyton West played a prominent role on the 2018 State Runner-Up as a sophomore. This season like they did in 2018, Monterey High again boasts a senior-laden team.
|Coffee County High|
Senior Jaylon Wooten is going to have a huge year for Coffee County.
|Fayette Ware Starters|
Tyler Fitzpatrick (PrepHoopsTN #29) will star alongside two bright sophomore talents, Harmonta Griggs and JaSteven Walker.
|Projected Powell Starters|
Sophomore Eli Walls played well in his fall league.
MIDDLE SCHOOL DIVISION
|Milan Middle Starters|
Head Coach Jason Carter is proud of his troops.
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