Posted On: 12/21/20 11:45 PM

Recruiting never stops.  Many of the basketball players thriving in the high school level are attracting attention from college coaches.  These are several of the hot names throughout Tennessee.



Beech wing Kristian ShawKristianShaw6'6" | SGBeech | 2022StateTN maintains college recruiting interest from: Tennessee State, Lipscomb, Lincoln Memorial, Western Kentucky, Arkansas Little Rock, Lee.  Tennessee State University is fully aware of Shaw’s development.

Newberry College was one of the first to reach out to Gus DavenportGusDavenport6'4" | SGCannon County | 2022StateTN.  Gus plays off the beaten path as a starter for Cannon County.  His statistics are strong and he works on his game year-round.  Working in his advantage is the height of 6-foot-5. Newberry College resides in South Carolina. 

BJ Edwards cut his list to six schools. The phrasing of his announcement was "top schools" , but I discussed it with him in a little more detail.  These are his final six schools, even though BJ will first be allowed to sign to a college basketball program in November of 2021.  Often, the elite of the elite players will verbally commit in the spring of their junior seasons.  BJ falls into that category.  Most likely, he will have opportunities at all

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