Posted On: 11/16/20 2:44 PM

Texas ushers in the 2020-2021 season with some big-time matchups around the state. For seniors, it’s their last varsity season and national signing week. Let’s see what 2021 prospects made their presence felt in hot starts.

Jack Pease | Highland Park

Playmaking will drive Pease’s fourth and final varsity season. The quick guard turns out pinpoint passes to anyone running the break. In the halfcourt, he’s no more than a step away from the paint, especially when given space to go downhill.

Worthey Wiles | Highland Park

Wiles brings physicality to both ends of the court. At 6-4, he covers wings and guards alike, gaining position with his strength. On offense, you’re getting a powerful driver from the elbow that finishes softly off the glass. The Scot’s offense puts this senior’s court vision and passing center stage any time he’s free throw line extended.

Payton Mills | Lebanon Trail

Payton Mills may be the early diamond in the tough candidate. The 6-4 guard has decent athleticism to go with his good decision making and court vision.

Manny ObasekiMannyObaseki6'3" | SGJohn Paul II | 2021State#27NationTX | John Paul II | Texas A&M

Obaseki is a next level quick playmaker with a penchant for scoring. The

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