Posted On: 09/9/20 11:00 AM

Every year, kids are transferring.

That’s now the norm in high school basketball.

There were a handful of top players to transfer to a new school for the upcoming season. That’s a positive for a head coach who’s looking for an impactful player or two. As of right now, it’s a positive for both parties, but the grass may not stay greener on the other side if the player isn’t happy with his role on the team or minutes played.

It’s not a guarantee that transfers are going to fit in with their new teams. They’re just doing what a lot of people do in life: take risks.

The best players in the state of Tennessee have all seemed to find a home and are preparing to play at their new schools. They just need to build chemistry with their new teammates to try and push for a long, successful season.

Here are 8 players who could have positive impact with their new teams.

E.J. Smith, Memphis East: Mustangs head coach Javonte Holmes has his point guard for the next three years in E.J. Smith, a transfer from Arlington. Smith, who’s 6-foot-1, is versatile and can play off the ball

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