Posted On: 05/26/20 5:00 AM

The 2020 class is out the door but their high school teams are left to try and replace the production of players who have had a massive impact for the last several seasons. Here’s a look at how teams will look to replace the top players in the departing Senior class.

Eleventh Region:

Player of the Year: Marques WarrickMarquesWarrick6'3" | SGHenry Clay | 2020State#365NationKY, Henry Clay

Next Up: Kanye HendersonKanyeHenderson6'2" | SGHenry Clay | 2022StateKY (2022). I feel like I’ve been driving the Kanye HendersonKanyeHenderson6'2" | SGHenry Clay | 2022StateKY bandwagon for a while now but I do think he is going to burst on the scene next season. He’s a lot like Warrick with his length and smooth scoring ability. Marques eventually became a go-to scorer who could take over games. I’m not sure Henderson has that amount of dog in him but I do think he can be Ques-lite at worst.

Twelfth Region:

Player of the Year: Brayden SebastianBraydenSebastian6'3" | SFGarrard County | 2020StateKY, Garrard County

Next Up: Montavin Quisenberry (2024). Garrard is likely to go right back to rebuilding mode with Sebastian graduating and Coach Ryan Young resigning. Quisenberry showed some flashes of his future potential as he started this past season as an 8th grader. He doesn’t shoot

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