Posted On: 01/11/22 1:52 PM

Breaking down the top region in each classification.

While it may not be as strong as last year, Region 3 is still powerful. Tri-Cities can match any backcourt in the state between Kory Mincy Kory Mincy 6'1" | PG Tri-Cities | 2023 State GA (21.1 ppg), Kennesaw State-signee Simeon Cottle Simeon Cottle 6'1" | PG Tri-Cities | 2022 State GA (19.8 ppg, 5.8 apg), Noricco Danner Noricco Danner 6'1" | SG Tri-Cities | 2023 State GA (12.6 ppg) and Kyndon Wilburg Kyndon Wilburg 6'1" | PG Tri-Cities | 2023 State GA (12.5 ppg, 6.6 rpg). Jonesboro has multiple starters sitting out this season but junior Devon Rainey Devon Rainey 6'4" | SG Jonesboro | 2023 State GA (16.3 ppg) has elevated his play while 6-foot-7 senior Yannis Woods Yannis Woods 6'7" | PF Jonesboro | 2022 State GA (9.7 ppg, 8.7 rpg) has patrolled the paint and Lovejoy transfer Kaymen Brown Kaymen Brown 6'3" | SF Jonesboro | 2022 State GA (16.1 ppg) has brought toughness. Mundy’s Mill is loaded with size and athletes paced by Bryson Ogletree (18 ppg) and Antonio Johnson (10.3 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 4.8 apg). Ja’son Kemp is a game altering big man that averages 7.4 points, 7.1 rebounds and 3.4 blocks. Creekside is off to their hottest start in years behind junior Melquan Jackson’s 19.7 points per game while sophomore Brandon Peters (14.1 ppg) has kept Woodward Academy competitive.

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