PLAYERS TO WATCH
Nationally ranked future Gamecock guard drives the Raiders’ offense with strong ball-handling, accurate long-range shooting and excellent footwork.
The 6-foot-8 power forward/ center is as aggressive as he is effective. He gives the Yellow Jackets the edge in rebounding.
The Diamond Hornets’ 6-3 shooting guard can go strong to the hoop, rebound and block shots, in addition to his perimeter game.
The Griffins’ senior shooting guard lends size and power to Fairfield Central’s perimeter game, along with 20 points per game.
The Yellow Jackets’ senior guard has a nice outside shot, but his ability to feed the post is crucial to Irmo’s attack.
The four-star shooting guard can direct the Blue Devils attack and also is a tough defender.
Already a standout on recruiters’ watch lists, Bruner can up his profile this season as the 6-8 sophomore adds strength and control to his game.
The 6-6 sophomore forward is expected to lead the Timberwolves’ effort with a big inside presence. He’ll need to score and rebound to lift White Knoll.
Nationally ranked sophomore does it all, but scoring and rebounding are his forte.
TEAMS TO WATCH