Posted On: 02/15/21 12:39 AM

Knox County was such a fertile ground that former University of Tennessee starter and shooter Bobby Maze elected to start an entire AAU program around the concept of vaulting the largely overlooked population of hoopers to a national stage.  It worked.  Now BMaze is hardly the only Knoxville-based AAU program, but the respect grew tremendously since Jaden Springer and Akeem OdusipeAkeemOdusipe6'9" | PFKnoxville Catholic | 2020State#306NationTN teamed up on the first BMaze team.  Drew Pember now plays for Tennessee, Ques Glover is with Florida.  The city is literally sending players to SEC programs with regularity now.  Read about the next wave of talent in and around Knox County.

Tyler Morrow (Scott County)
Quick shooting stroke. Morrow is the ideal height for a college 2.  He can get his shot off against anybody, but his efficiency dips when defenders get up into his shirt. Morrow will find older (college) guards use their hands and chest to nudge elite shooters like him away from their intended shooting 

Elijah Vickers (Webb)
Outside shooter.  Needs to improve his foot-speed.  Good frame for developing strong shoulders and back.  Vickers is very young but projects as a college-2.  

Tyler LeeTylerLee6'5" | PFFulton | 2024TN (Fulton)
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