Posted On: 09/29/20 9:35 PM

This is a continuation on the 2021 class on players who have to play well for their teams in 2020, taking a look at five important players in private schools.

Reese McMullen, Christian Brothers: The Purple Wave were one game away from the Division II-AA state title game last season. Heading into 2020, Christian Brothers will have one of the best backcourts in the league. McMullen works great alongside junior point guard Chandler JacksonChandlerJackson6'3" | PGChristian Brothers | 2022State#108NationTN because of his ability to score, which will take pressure off of Jackson to carry the offensive load. McMullen is known for his 3-point shooting. The shots will need to fall on most nights if the Purple Wave are hopeful to get back to Nashville.

Harrison Kelly, Christian Brothers: Kelly is another offensive weapon the Purple Wave will have in 2020. The 6-1 shooting guard gives the team the ability to stretch the floor and forces opponents to think twice about sending double teams to Jackson. Kelly or McMullen will be open whenever Jackson has to come off the basketball. Kelly is a reliable option for Christian Brothers. He’s coming off a good season, averaging 10 points per game.

Alex Anderson, Tipton-Rosemark Academy: Anderson

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