Posted On: 11/19/20 12:01 AM

The Texas high school basketball season is finally underway. Week one got off to a hot start giving us plenty of highlight plays, some upset wins, along with several high scoring and breakout performances. Here are a few Sophomores that impressed in the first game of the year.

 
North Crowley 71, Fort Worth Dunbar 60
 

| Tyree Graves | Shooting Guard | Fort Worth Dunbar | 2023 |

Tyree Graves came into the game off of the bench and immediately made a difference on the floor. The moment Graves stepped onto the court his defensive presence slowed North Crowley down. He showed good awareness, the ability to react to things quickly, cause turnovers, and force bad shots. Tyree played very impressive help side and recovery defense, getting blocks and interrupting passes by using his length. Tyree Graves is a noteworthy name, he has the size and basketball IQ to become a high-level high school prospect. 

 
Covenant School 70, Ft. Worth Temple Christian 20 
 

| Andrew Pattison | Shooting Guard | The Covenant School | 2023 |

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