Posted On: 10/31/21 1:00 PM

The first official practice of the 2021 season is on Nov. 1, which means the season is officially underway.

As I mentioned in my last story, prospects in the 2024 class will have a lot of eyes on them during the season. The sophomore class, as of right now, is shaping up to be a great class, filled with a lot of future Division 1 basketball players.

In my last story, I listed six prospects who should have a big year. Now, I will take a look at five prospects to keep an eye on during the season.

Billy Richmond, Memphis East: Richmond is a legit 6-foot-6 guard, with the capabilities of playing both guard positions. He will be able to relieve junior point guard E.J. Smith E.J. Smith 6'1" | PG Memphis East | 2023 State TN or junior combo guard Jamarion Harvey Jamarion Harvey 6'0" | SG Memphis East | 2023 State TN whenever either player has to go to the bench. Richmond is a solid ball handler, can take his defender off the dribble, and runs his lane well in transition. Richmond just needs a consistent jump shot, but his skill set should allow him to average 12-15 points per game for Memphis East.

Airious Bailey, Boyd-Buchanan: The 6-7 forward was impressive over the

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