Posted On: 09/17/20 9:00 AM

The 2023 class is shaping up to be a deep one, with a lot of players on the cusp of promising, successful high school basketball careers.

Yeah, it’s still early, but this class has a lot of potential and there could more than 10 top 100 players in the country in the state of Tennessee.

Hopefully, a high school basketball season takes place, so I can see more players in the class. As of right now, I have seen a good percentage of prospects to realize which ones could move up once the player rankings are updated.

Here are five players who could move up.

Regale Moore, Bartlett: Moore checked in at No. 58 in the first 2023 player rankings. The 6-foot-2 combo guard logged in a lot of minutes for the Panthers and had flashes of being a solid player. Moore isn’t afraid to attack the basket. He’s not afraid to take big shots during a game. Moore is effective on and off the ball. If he continues to develop, Moore will end up as a top 30 prospect. 

Andre Watson, Arlington: Watson checked in at No. 59 in the first rankings. The 5-9 point guard can handle the

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