Posted On: 03/20/21 8:10 PM

Saturday marked the final day of the 2020-21 high school basketball season in Tennessee.

The final day of the season brought out the best in everyone, but only a handful of players had a chandelier moment.

Here are the five primetime players from the final day of the season.

Class A

Grant Strong, Clay County: Strong ended the 2020 season as the TSSAA Class A Mr. Basketball Award winner, MVP of the TSSAA Class A Tournament and a state champion. His 29 points and 10 rebounds helped the Bulldogs capture their first-ever TSSAA Class A title, defeating Memphis Academy of Health Sciences, 62-52.

Strong saw a lot of attention, but made shots over multiple defenders. The 6-foot-4 junior guard took advantage of his opportunities from the free throw line, going 10 for 10. The Lions didn’t have anyone who could face guard Strong, so he was making face-up jump shots. Strong has a high basketball IQ. He never allowed MAHS to bait him into an offensive foul. He simply stopped and put up a tear drop floater multiple times in the lane.

Gunnar Silk, Clay County: When Strong was seeing double teams come his way, Silk stepped up and made

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