Posted On: 02/24/20 9:48 AM

2020 6-1 PG Sharife Cooper – McEachern – Auburn
Though his senior season hasn’t quite went according to plan up to date, the reigning MaxPreps National Player of the Year is still one of Georgia’s most prolific scorers. Cooper has the Indians back in the Elite Eight where they will face a young defensive-minded North Gwinnett. Cooper has been a second half player this year, scoring when it matters most. There’s no time for coasting anymore. The star will need to play hard and look for his offense for a full 32 minutes each game moving forward if the Indians want to repeat.

2020 6-0 PG Deivon Smith – Grayson – Mississippi State
Deivon Smith has been full-tilt the entire season, enjoying his new Atlanta Celtics running mates fulltime in Caleb Murphy and Toneari Lane. Smith’s aggressiveness and motor on both ends of the floor is what separates him from most big-name guards. He has possibly his toughest task yet, taking his Rams into war with Norcross who defeated Grayson last season in the Sweet 16. The jaw-dropping athlete

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