Posted On: 10/17/19 2:07 AM

A new season is upon us. In a new season, teams and players have renewed chances at winning awards and titles. Several players will have new responsibilities as their roles on their teams change. In this article, we will focus on five players who will have new (or increased) roles for their teams this upcoming season.

Elijah TateElijahTate6'3" | SFMadison Prep | 2020StateLA / 6’3" / 2020 / Madison Prep (pictured above)

The UL-Monroe commit enters this season as the only double digit scorer from last year’s roster.  Tate also enters the season as the Charger most likely to take on the responsibility of leading the team.  That means he will be the top defender, leading scorer, and team leader on the floor for the Chargers.  Tate is already an elite defender so defending the top player from the opposition will not be an issue.  However, he will need to prove that he is a top level scorer and possibly an adequate distributor this season.  While Madison Prep is loaded with talent, they do not have a true point guard.  Tate may have to play some point to make sure things go smoothly.  Playing multiple roles may just earn Tate some individual hardware

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