Posted On: 03/11/21 9:27 AM

The Atlanta Wolfpack are undergoing something of a transition this year, moving from the successful 2021 version headed by coach Adam Craft (and spearheaded by his son Jake of Dawson County), to the 2022 group coached by Rusty Pruitt and organized by Director Jason Hudson. They were gracious and inviting in having me in for a scrimmage earlier this week against players from the Roswell basketball program, and the eye-openers were aplenty on this interesting roster.

Peyton Law, SF, Calhoun (pictured above)

Calhoun is a solid program, having won 48 games over the last 3 seasons, and play in a competitive 5A Region 7 that features among others the always competitive Blessed Trinity program. But being up in the northwest corner of the state a mere stone’s throw from Chattanooga can mean things slip through the cracks, and after watching the 6-6 Law get up and down the floor and get pretty much whatever he wanted out there it became clear what the Wolfpack have on their hands. He’s a long, rangy, athletic specimen out there who combines that superior athleticism with cat-like quickness around the cup and a smooth J that extends out past the 3-point arc. He can

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