Posted On: 12/23/20 9:34 PM

The balance of 11 AAA was prepared to change.  Brentwood, Summit, Dickson County, and Centennial lost major pieces from their 2019-2020 teams.  Franklin returned a stable of ’21 horses and the reigning player of the year.  Do they have enough?  What about Page, Ravenwood, Independence, Spring Hill?

Which team is our favorite to capture the crown?  Are there any players too often overlooked?  What c/o 2021 cores are strongest?  Will seniors decide the district?

Centennial
#0 Treyvon Barberry (2022)
#1 Patrick GarrettPatrickGarrett6'1" | PGCentennial | 2021StateTN* (2021)
#3 Malachi Pointer (2021)
#15 Luke Westmoreland* (2021)
#23 Matthew Busing (2021)

Franklin
#1 Taylor Spierto* (2021)
#4 Reed KempReedKemp6'0" | PGFranklin | 2021StateTN* (2021)
#5 Aidan SmylieAidanSmylie6'2" | CGFranklin | 2020StateTN* (2021)
#10 Connor BeavonConnorBeavon6'3" | SGFranklin | 2021StateTN* (2021)
#32 Matt Thurman* (2022)
#24 Brevin KlymBrevinKlym6'0" | PGFranklin | 2022StateTN (2022)
#35 Mason Jones (2022)

Brentwood
#10 John WindleyJohnWindley6'4" | PGBrentwood | 2021StateTN* (2021)
#12 Griffin Burke* (2021)
#24 Macen Redner* (2021)
#30 Jack MedalieJackMedalie6'4" | SGBrentwood | 2023StateTN (2023)
#32 Joseph Hohn* (2021)
#44 Dustin Bluhm* (2021)
#14 Carter Patton (2022)

Ravenwood
#1 Matthew Williams (2022)
#10 Andrew Lamuno (2022)
#14 Owen

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