Posted On: 11/28/20 5:07 PM

The GHSA got its schedule underway Nov. 20, and here are some of the opening week’s best performances as I hit the bricks for the first time:

Quinones Corpman, 6-1, Senior, CG, Meadowcreek

Quinones Corpman

Much of the attention with the surely-improved Mustangs this winter will be with their ballyhooed 2023 class headlined by PG Keishawn HamptonKeishawnHampton5'10" | PGMeadowcreek | 2023StateGA, wings Colby WilliamsColbyWilliams6'7" | SFMeadowcreek | 2023StateGA and Dayton RichardsonDaytonRichardson6'5" | PFMeadowcreek | 2023StateGA and big-time riser forward Eduardo HendricksEduardoHendricks6'7" | PFMeadowcreek | 2023StateGA (not in the lineup for football), but Corpman was not to be outdone against Washington by his younger compadres, showing off tremendous deep-shooting range, exciting ballhandling, and plenty of moxie getting to the basket in dropping 32 points in a 71-65 home triumph, he was also a handful for the young Bulldogs guards on D showing his maturity and ability to score in spurts turning defense into offense.

Logan TurnerLoganTurner6'5" | SGCentennial | 2021StateGA, 6-5, Senior, SG, Centennial

No Centennial game seemingly goes unmarked by Turner’s varied talents, be it a breakaway slam, a shot pinned to the glass on D, or his multitude of sweet-flowing jumpers from all

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