Posted On: 04/29/20 3:45 PM

In the coming year the Class of 2022 ascends to upperclassmen.  Who will be the leaders?  What wings appear ready to score in bunches and score in a variety of ways?  Scan these versatile wings.

Jarrod Taylor (East Nashville)

"He is a real aggressive kid," said East Nashville Head Coach Avery Patton.  "Goes down hill well.  Gym rat.  Sophomore.  We are young.  You look at our team we start a freshman, two sophomores, and a junior.  All of these guys was the scorer or the man in middle school.  You are trying to get them to work as one and make the extra pass."  Taylor is built like a football player, but enjoys fending for himself on the wing.  He needs to get his lateral mobility a little quicker and continue to develop his outside shot to help East Nashville get back to the state tournament.

Gus Davenport (Cannon County High School)

Davenport delivered strong freshman and sophomore seasons for Cannon County.  Sandwiched in between he starred at the 2019 @PrepHoopsTN Spring Combine.  Davenport mustered 13.6 ppg, 2.3 apg, 2.2 rbpg, 2.0 apg this most recent winter.  Davenport projects as a tall lead guard, but his height and skills suggest

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