Posted On: 01/21/20 5:00 AM

Over the course of this season, several Seniors have seen their stock rise pretty impressively. Whether they transferred to a new school or had playing time open up due to graduation or some other reason, here are some of the biggest stock risers in our newest 2020 update.

Terrin Hamilton, Scott County - Terrin sat behind Michael Moreno and waited for his chance to shine. The wait has paid off this season. Averaging 20 points and 8.5 rebounds on the year, Hamilton just sat a career high with 33 points in a game last week. Standing 6'6 with a 6'9 wingspan, Terrin has the length and positional versatility to play at the next level.

Tyren Moore, Male - Tyren had been thought of as one of the three members of Male's big three heading into the season, along with Howard Fleming and Noah Courtney. Now over halfway through the season, Moore has established himself as the man on this Bulldog roster. Leading the team in scoring and with shooting splits of 49/45/79, Moore has established himself as the front runner for player of the year in the 7th region.

DaeShawn White, Newport - Like Hamilton, White had to sit and wait his

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