Key Players and analysis:

We return All State junior 6’4  guard Caleb London (14 pts-5 reb) and Kylen MIlton, a 6’3 senior guard and Oral Roberts committ (12 pts-6reb).  Terry Clardy, a 6’3 senior guard (10 pts-5 reb) also is a returning starter.  Mandell Campbell, a 6’8 senior center, is also a player to watch for us this year. We will return 11 seniors, including 4 starters,  from a team that finished 17-10 a year ago, finishing 3rd in the 7A Central. This year’s team is very athletic with good length and we return a lot of experience.

Jr. Jefferson Walker offers from several local JUCOs 6’0 Guard has started since he was a freshmen averaging 16.3 pts and 4.1 Rebs
So Rodney Mason 6’5 wing offer from UT-Martin and a bunch of interest from other D1 schools
JR Jalen Cincore 6’4 guard Lipscomb, Northern Arizona, UT-Martin all interested and flirting with him
And we have about 2 other players that may have an opportunity to play D1.

3 Key Players: Darius Cisero, Kevon Smith, Jermain Johnson. The upcoming seasons expectation are high as usual for Earle high school when it comes to the basketball team. Coming in after a 3 peat, the team has set a goal to try and make it 4 in a row. With the had work, dedication, and effort, the team can make this very achievable.

Forrest City:
Key players—- Randall Moore, Barry Wilburn, Ta’Darius Dale

The key players include point guards, Jonathan Coleman and Jared Smith, wing players, Greg Johnson and Kevon Cooper. The team will also rely on shop shooter Cameron Dismuke. Hall High basketball team looks to improve from the state semifinal loss last season. The team will be lead by the eight returning seniors. The team returns the top four leading scorers. The team strengths include experience, size and cohesiveness.

Key Players: Ahman Ellington – Sr. Guard, CJ Melton – Sr. Guard (Presbyterian College Commit), Colby Carter – Soph. Guard, DJ Fairley – Soph Guard. 3 point Contestants: Colby Carter, Ahman Ellington. Recap: The 2018-2019 Bucs are only returning 2 players with quality playing time.  However, we have 6 underclassmen who are capable of picking up where the very talented ’17 – ’18 team left off.

Shiloh is led by 6’7 Sr. Kendall Lewis who holds offers from Kent State, Tennessee State, Presbyterian College and has interest from Temple, Woffard. 6’6 Jr Tonari Lane is another key player for Shiloh who has interest from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Ohio State, Ole Miss.

Southwind Jaguars Boys Basketball is coming off a 33-6 and State runner-up season in 2016-17.
Returning from that team is 2018 PG Mark Freeman, 6-8 rising Junior Kameron Jones, and 6’0 shooting guard Quenton Williams.  Look out for a couple of new young faces to step up and give the Jaguars depth and added scoring. The Jags play a fast pace, in your face “94 feet of heat” style that’s enjoyable for fans to watch.